Northern Beaches Secondary College Cromer Campus, Cromer

Name: Northern Beaches Secondary College Cromer Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: South Creek Rd
Town: Cromer
Postcode: 2099
State: New South Wales
Region Northern Sydney
Phone: 9981 1155
Fax: 9982 5398
Email: nbsccromer-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.nbsccromer-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 727

Cromer Campus comprehensive is a co-educational community school. The school's mission is commitment to achieving excellence in comprehensive education within a caring environment. We emphasise students achieving their personal best in a secure, caring learning environment. 

The highly regarded student welfare and discipline system is designed to create a safe, well disciplined school where positive behaviour is encouraged, supported and rewarded. The broad curriculum caters for the full range of students' interests and abilities through strong academic, vocational, sporting and cultural programs available to students in all years.

 

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