Kepnock State High School, Bundaberg

Name: Kepnock State High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Kepnock Road
Town: Bundaberg
Postcode: 4670
State: Queensland
Region Wide Bay-Burnett
Phone: (07) 4131 1888
Fax: (07) 4131 1800
Pupils: 1279

Kepnock State High School is a Band 11 Secondary School, which was established in 1964. It is situated west of the coastal strip between Burnett Heads and Elliot Heads and is found on the eastern side of Bundaberg along Kepnock Road.

The school serves both the City of Bundaberg and the surrounding areas as far as Burnett Heads. It is one of three State High Schools in Bundaberg. Kepnock High had an enrolment of 1283 students at the beginning of 2005. Enrolments are expected to grow slightly over the next twelve months with new developments in Kepnock, Bargara and Kalkie areas.

Approximately 7% of students are of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background. A part time Community Education Officer is employed by the school to provide support to these students.

Kepnock is a co-educational school that provides a quality teaching and learning program across a broad range of curriculum areas, from Year 8 to Year 12. Students can select a combination of both academic and vocational pathways.


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