Weeroona College Bendigo, Bendigo

Name: Weeroona College Bendigo
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: 383 Napier Street
Town: Bendigo
Postcode: 3550
State: Victoria
Region Loddon Campaspe Mallee
Phone: (03) 54432133
Fax: (03) 54427641
Email: weeroona.co@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.weeroona.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 790

Weeroona College in Bendigo provides for over 750 students of White Hills, Epsom, Huntly and adjacent areas of Bendigo, for the town of Heathcote and for surrounding areas. It was established as White Hills Technical College in 1961. The college has productive partnerships with feeder primary schools, Bendigo Senior Secondary College and local 7 10 colleges. Weeroona College was formed through the merger of

White Hills Secondary College and Bendigo East Primary School and began operation as a P-10 college from January 1999. Weeroona mainly consists of a one block wide corridor of housing along the Midland Highway. A majority of our families receive the E.M.A.

 

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