Dubbo College Delroy Campus, Dubbo West

Name: Dubbo College Delroy Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: East St
Town: Dubbo West
Postcode: 2830
State: New South Wales
Region Western NSW
Phone: 6882 7955
Fax: 6881 8749
Email: delroy-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.delroy-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 513

Dubbo College Delroy Campus (formerly Delroy High School) was established in 1980 and became part of the multi-campus Dubbo College in 2000. It is situated in West Dubbo.
The school is co-educational and offers a wide curriculum offering to students in Years 7-9. It has excellent facilities and strong links with feeder primary schools. Teaching programs have been specially developed to cater for students in the middle years of school.
Twenty five percent of the student population is Aboriginal. The school has the largest support unit in the country area.
Students are encouraged to understand and tolerate individual differences and to become independent, responsible and successful learners.
Leadership opportunities are offered through the School Student Council and there are pastoral care programs to support students and their families.
Students have the opportunity to perform in the School Band as well as the College Band, which performs at a wide variety of school, town and regional venues.
There are excellent transition programs for students entering Year 7 and those moving to the Senior Campus.
Delroy Campus provides wonderful cultural, academic and sporting opportunities to equip all students with the knowledge, skills and values to meet the challenges of a culturally diverse and technological society.  


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