Dubbo College South Campus, Dubbo

Name: Dubbo College South Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: Boundary Rd
Town: Dubbo
Postcode: 2830
State: New South Wales
Region Western NSW
Phone: 6882 3744
Fax: 6882 3213
Email: dubbosouth-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.dubbosouth-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 621

Dubbo College South Campus (formerly Dubbo South High School) is a co-educational school that provides a wide curriculum offering for students in Years 7-9 in a caring and inclusive environment. Classes in Years 8 and 9 are vertically integrated. 

The school has undergone a massive refurbishment program and has state-of-the-art facilities. It also has strong links with feeder primary schools and teaching programs have been specially developed to cater for the needs of students in the middle years of school. A small support unit exists for students with special needs.

The school is recognized in the community as a center for achievement in music. Students have the opportunity to perform in the College Band, which performs at a wide variety of school, town and regional venues.
Leadership opportunities arise through the School Student Council and there are pastoral care programs operating.

Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities, such as Theatre Sports, drama productions, CHS sporting competitions, and national English, Maths, Science, HSIE and Computer competitions.
There are excellent transition programs for students entering Year 7 and those moving to the Senior Campus. 

The school is part of the multi-campus Dubbo College established in 2000.


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