Kambah High School, Kambah

Name: Kambah High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: O'Halloran Cct.
Town: Kambah
Postcode: 2902
State: Australian Capital Territory
Region ACT
Phone: +61 2 6205 6933
Fax: +61 2 6205 6937
Email: info@kambahhs.act.edu.au
Website: www.kambahhs.act.edu.au
Pupils: 300

 

Kambah High School was established in 1976 as acomprehensive government high school. The school has continuallydeveloped since this time and is now one of the finest schools in theACT which enjoys a high reputation in the local community. It is aninclusive school catering for learning support, integrated, culturaland linguistic diverse, indigenous and high achieving mainstreamstudents.

Kambah High School is situated in the Tuggeranong Valley overlookingthe magnificent Brindabella Ranges in the ACT. Our strong values, basedon the principles of Participation, Excellence, Equity, Relevance andCare (PEERC) are reflected in the success we have achieved with oursmall but diverse student population.

 

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