Birchip P-12 School, Birchip

Name: Birchip P-12 School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Fraser Street
Town: Birchip
Postcode: 3483
State: Victoria
Region Central Highlands Wimmera
Phone: (03) 5492 2287
Fax: (03) 5492 2211
Email: birchip.p12@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.birchip.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 225

Birchip is located on the southern edge of the Mallee in North West Victoria.  Birchip is approximately 320 km from Melbourne.  The population of Birchip township is approximately 900 with an area population of 1200.  Birchip is home to the famous 'Mallee Bull'.

Birchip School is a Prep to Year 12 school. 

We are a small school with approximately 225 students with 35 teachers and support staff.  We have extensive facilities including sporting facilities, gymnasium, approx 120 computers, a joint use school-community library and the usual array of school amenities.

 

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