Kirrawee High School, Kirrawee

Name: Kirrawee High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 21-29 Hunter St
Town: Kirrawee
Postcode: 2232
State: New South Wales
Region Sydney
Phone: 9521 2099
Fax: 9545 1547
Pupils: 1192

Kirrawee is a Languages High School that provides a comprehensive education for its 1170 students. 

At Kirrawee High School we strive to provide a pleasant, supportive and safe learning environment where all students are encouraged to achieve personal excellence and attain social and emotional fulfilment. 

A feature of our school is its outstanding long-term reputation for academic, performing arts and sporting achievements. This has resulted in students being drawn from a large number of primary schools with many students travelling long distances to attend. 

We enjoy a close and highly supportive working relationship with our community. Parents, students and staff participate in most areas of school activity to achieve our shared purpose and goals.


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