Moree Secondary College Albert St Campus, Moree

Name: Moree Secondary College Albert St Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: Albert St
Town: Moree
Postcode: 2400
State: New South Wales
Region New England
Phone: 6752 1999
Fax: 6752 1626
Email: mscalberts-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.mscalberts-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 178

Moree Secondary College provides outstanding opportunties for the young people of Moree to achieve excellence, wherever their aspirations lie. The college has two campuses - Albert St for students in years 10 -12 and Carol Avenue for students in years 7-9. Students whose interests are in academic studies, vocational education, music or drama, creative arts, sport or citizenship have the opportunity to develop their talents at the college.

The senior campus provides for increased curriculum opportunties in Years 10, 11 and 12 in a more adult learning enviroment, which prepares students well for tertiary study. Students interested in starting their career in a trade area can get a head start at MSC.

Students can choose a vocational course as part of their HSC, or a part-time traineeship to get started on a career without missing out on the final years at school. The school works with local businesses to offer students the chance to prepare themselves for real employment opportunities in Moree.

 

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