Muirden Senior Secondary College, Adelaide

Name: Muirden Senior Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: 368 King William Street
Town: Adelaide
Postcode: 5000
State: South Australia
Region Adelaide
Phone: +61(08) 8212 4342
Fax: +61(08) 8410 6070
Pupils: 0

Muirden College established in 1900 has provided quality education in a flexible learning environment for over 100 years. Muirden offers subjects in day and evening classes as well as externally via the internet.  

Muirden provides a friendly, positive work situation which encourages teachers and students to work together to achieve mutually agreed goals. A safe, secure and supportive learning environment enables teachers to teach and students to learn.

At Muirden we acknowledge and accept individual differences. We provide a supportive setting which encourages students to develop a responsible and positive approach to their work and the school community.

Muirden Senior Secondary College is located near the city centre of Adelaide, capital of South Australia. It is well serviced by public transport and is in easy walking distance of the Central Market, the main shopping areas, and all of the city's attractions.


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