Stawell Secondary College - Wonga Campus, Stawell

Name: Stawell Secondary College - Wonga Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: 79 - 97 Patrick Street
Town: Stawell
Postcode: 3380
State: Victoria
Region Central Highlands Wimmera
Phone: (03) 5358 1700
Fax: (03) 5358 3096
Pupils: 560

The city of Stawell is located approximately 230 kilometers West-North-West of Melbourne in rural central Victoria. Stawell is situated on major transport routes in a farming area close to the Grampians. It is an integral part of an established and thriving tourist area. A healthy mix of primary, secondary and service industries support its economy.

The site of Stawell Secondary College features spacious grounds with relaxing garden areas and active recreational areas and backs onto bushland reserve which is part of Big Hill. All students attend the new, state of the art single campus school completed in 2001.

There are extensive technological facilities, particularly in the areas of computing, electronics, catering and industrial trades. There is a modern and spacious assembly hall and a new competition sized gymnasium. Student facilities include a new library, canteen and student lounge and separate VCE Centre. Music and Art and Craft facilities are extensive and there is a well equipped language laboratory. Those with disabilities have access to all areas.

The College also enjoys ready access to an excellent community sports complex which includes sports ovals, swimming pools, indoor squash courts, basketball courts, indoor cricket facilities, a climbing wall and gymnasium.


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