Carwatha College P-12, Noble Park

Name: Carwatha College P-12
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: 43-81 Browns Road
Town: Noble Park
Postcode: 3174
State: Victoria
Region Southern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9795 5848.
Fax: (03) 9790 1712.
Pupils: 1040

Carwatha College is a co-educational Prep to Year 12 integrated campus. It is situated on the borders of Noble Park North, Mulgrave and Dandenong North. It has a large multi-cultural student population drawn from a variety of feeder pre-schools and primary schools.

Carwatha College was formed in October 1993 from the merger of Carwatha Secondary College and Noble Park North Primary School.
The major aim of the College is to cater for the developmental needs of all students from Prep to Year 12 in a caring and nurturing environment that facilitates and promotes success and achievement.

The school community places strong emphasis on developing and maintaining positive, mutually supportive relationships between students, teachers and parents.

Core values revolve around Carwatha College motto 'Learning Together' and the important aims of 'academic success, leadership development and personal growth'.


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