Middlemount Community School, Middlemount

Name: Middlemount Community School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: James Randell Drive
Town: Middlemount
Postcode: 4746
State: Queensland
Region Mackay-Whitsunday
Phone: (07) 4981 2333
Fax: (07) 4981 2300
Email: admin@middlemountcs.edu.au
Website: www.middlemountcs.eq.edu.au
Pupils: 415

Middlemount Community School, a coeducational state school, was formed in 2001 with a student enrolment of 520. On the 8th of August 2000 the Minister of Education, the Hon Mr Dean Wells, approved the amalgamation of the existing Primary and Secondary State Schools of Middlemount.

In 1999 the Executive Director of Studies Mr Frank Rockett, met with each school’s administration, P&C Executives, staff and QTU representatives to discuss possible options for schooling in Middlemount. Extensive community consultation occurred throughout 2000 to determine the direction of schooling in Middlemount. The community elected to amalgamate into a P-12 School with three sub schools. In 2001 Middlemount School Community was awarded an Australia Day Certificate Of Achievement Award, in recognition of the community work in advancing the amalgamation.

Middlemount Community School provides a quality continuous education from Preschool to Year 12 in a supportive and caring environment. We are very proud of our educational achievements with students achieving well in many areas.

 

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