Warialda High School, Warialda

Name: Warialda High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Apollo Ave
Town: Warialda
Postcode: 2402
State: New South Wales
Region New England
Phone: 6729 1000
Fax: 6729 1760
Email: warialda-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.warialda-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 332

The Warialda High community strives to guide individuals towards independent and responsible citizenship by providing a balanced and relevant curriculum within a caring and stimulating school environment.

The school offers the widest possible range of subjects to prepare students for life after school, whether in the work force, at university, or in other training institutions. The school aims to have as many students as possible graduate with the dual accreditation of a Higher School Certificate and industry recognised competencies.

Our students are given many opportunities to participate in academic, cultural, vocational and sporting activities at all levels. Warialda High draws students from the township of Warialda as well as from surrounding villages and towns up to eighty kilometres away. Students from Bingara Central School complete their senior years at Warialda High.

A committed School Council and an active Parents and Citizens Association (P&C) provide a positive input into appropriate decision-making processes. The school and the wider community maintain a close and mutually supportive relationship, particularly with regards to sport and vocational education.


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