Denison College of Secondary Education, Kelso High Campus, Kelso

Name: Denison College of Secondary Education, Kelso High Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: Boyd St
Town: Kelso
Postcode: 2795
State: New South Wales
Region Western NSW
Phone: 6331 4544
Fax: 6332 1678
Email: kelso-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.kelso-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 702

Kelso High School has strong community links and support and is recognised as a high school fostering high achievement. Kelso High School provides an educational environment which focuses on, and emphasises quality, continuity and improvement. 

Our school is flexible and responsive to student and community needs. We engage in cooperative and collaborative practices which are inclusive, valuing the needs, contribution and success of students, parents, community and staff. 

Our school seeks to provide students with an environment that will cater for individual differences and prepare them for life beyond secondary education.

 

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