Taminmin High School, Humpty Doo

Name: Taminmin High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 70 Challoner Cct
Town: Humpty Doo
Postcode: 836
State: Northern Territory
Region North
Phone: (08) 8988 0000
Fax: (08) 8988 2351
Email: admin.taminhs@ntschools.net
Website: www.taminmin.nt.edu.au
Pupils: 637

We are located forty kilometres south of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia. Established in 1983, the school serves the growing rural community of Darwin with a feeder area of over seven thousand square kilometres. We provide quality education and training for students in Year 8 to Year 12.

As well as a strong middle school program, Taminmin offers a comprehensive range of senior secondary and vocational courses, providing a variety of pathways for students in the post-compulsory years of schooling. Staff and students have access to excellent resources as diverse as industry standard ICT facilities, a mixed produce farm, a 50 hectare natural resource study area and an automotive and engineering skill centre.

Taminmin enjoys vigorous community support and involvement in a range of projects and the wider school community is proud of the many excellent achievements of our students in academic, vocational, sporting and community endeavours.


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