Boddington District High School, Boddington

Name: Boddington District High School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: 25 Pollard Street
Town: Boddington
Postcode: 6390
State: Western Australia
Region Narrogin
Phone: 08 9883 8106
Fax: 08 9883 8114
Pupils: 300

Boddington District High is a new school, completed in 2000. It has been designed to be a blueprint for district high schools for the twenty-first century. It is very much state-of-the-art and high technology.

The school attracts students from its local community as well as Quindanning, Wandering, Banister, Dwellingup and Crossman. Five buses operate from the school. The School currently have 300 students enrolled from Kindergarten to Year 12. 

Boddington District High School believe:

- Resilient teachers produce resilient students.

- Children learn best in a comfortable, co-operative and supportive environment.

- Students are provided with the opportunity to reach their academic potential.

- Individual needs and differences are recognised and supported.- The physical, social and emotional wellbeing of each child is promoted.

- Teaching practices encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning.

- Parents and teachers work together for the benefit of the child.


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