Coolah Central School, Coolah

Name: Coolah Central School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Binnia St
Town: Coolah
Postcode: 2843
State: New South Wales
Region Western NSW
Phone: 6377 1101
Fax: 6377 1004
Pupils: 235

Coolah Central School is a creative, caring K-12 school. It operates on a co-operative team basis and is supported by a dedicated Parents and Citizens (P&C) Association guided by an active School Council. Students are involved in decision making about their school through the Students' Representative Council.

The school's mission statement was developed during 1999 with the school community and states that "Coolah Central School, in partnership with the community, promotes excellence by challenging and supporting individuals to create their future, in a secure and caring environment".

Coolah Central School's vison" we work together as a community to create opportunites for rural students K-12" provides guidance in the development of programs.

The school is supported by Country Areas Program (CAP) funding which is used to provide opportunities for students that they might otherwise not get, due to geographic isolation.


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