Korumburra Secondary College, Korumburra

Name: Korumburra Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Jumbunna Road
Town: Korumburra
Postcode: 3950
State: Victoria
Region Gippsland
Phone: (03) 56551566
Fax: (03) 56552673
Email: korumburrasc@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.korumburrasc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 500

Korumburra Secondary College has a student enrolment of over 500 andis committed to providing "Quality Education in a Caring Community" forall students in a safe, healthy and supportive environment. TheCollege, located on the edge of the township of Korumburra (populationof approximately 4000), provides for the educational needs at secondarylevel in a district located in the centre of the highly resourceful andgrowing region of South Gippsland, an hour and a half from Melbourne.

The College is located in the Shire of South Gippsland. The dairyand cattle industries are sources of strength and vitality for thedistrict. The catchment area for Korumburra Secondary College spreadsout in all directions from the township. Starting north and goingclockwise, the areas are known as Strzelecki, Arawata, Kardella,Korumburra South, Outtrim, Kongwak, Moyarra, Krowera, Jeetho, Whitelaw,Bena, Loch , Nyora, and Poowong. 

The nearest secondary colleges areLeongatha Secondary College , 15 kilometres to the east, WonthaggiSecondary College , 30 kilometres to the south, Koo Wee Rup SecondaryCollege , 50 kilometres to the west, Mary Mackillop Catholic College ,15 kilometres to the east, South Coast Christian College , 15kilometres to the east and Newhaven College , 60 kilometres to thesouth west. 

Korumburra High School commenced on its current site in1958 to cater for the “baby boomer” population post Second World War.


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