Kapunda High School, Kapunda

Name: Kapunda High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: West Terrace
Town: Kapunda
Postcode: 5373
State: South Australia
Region Barossa
Phone: (08) 8566 2203
Fax: (08) 8566 2664
Email: info@kapundahs.sa.edu.au
Website: www.kapundahs.sa.edu.au
Pupils: 370

 

Kapunda High School is a relatively small country High School with a current enrolment of around 370.  We are geographically located 80 kilometres north east of the Adelaide GPO between the Barossa and Clare Valleys in the town of Kapunda, Australia's oldest mining town. 

Kapunda High School is amongst the oldest secondary schools in rural South Australia and will be celebrating our centenary in 2007. 

The school draws students from a wide socio-economic cross-section, with a wide range of values and abilities. Our students come form the Kapunda township and district as well as the communities of Freeling, Roseworthy, Wasleys, Greenock and Gawler.

 

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