Melba High School, Melba

Name: Melba High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Conley Drive
Town: Melba
Postcode: 2615
State: Australian Capital Territory
Region ACT
Phone: +61 2 6205 6711
Fax: +61 2 6205 6710
Email: info@melbahs.act.edu.au
Website: www.melbahs.act.edu.au
Pupils: 0

 

Melba High School iscommitted to providing a high quality, needs based education. Itprovides a safe, supportive environment that works to extendindividuals, encouraging them to reach their potential whatever theirskills, strengths and interests. Melba is committed to theintegration of Information and Communication Technologies  across alllearning areas. Interactive whiteboards and fully networked PC labs areused extensively by both students and teachers across the school.

Melba High issituated in the leafy suburb of Melba and has provided a high qualitysecondary education for the students of north-west Belconnen since 1976in beautiful, natural surrounds. The priority enrolment area currentlyincludes the  following suburbs Melba, Evatt, Spence, Flynn, Florey,Fraser, Dunlop and Charnwood. The school also draws significantenrolments from other Belconnen suburbs.

 

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