Carnamah District High School, Carnamah

Name: Carnamah District High School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: 48 Mcpherson Street
Town: Carnamah
Postcode: 6517
State: Western Australia
Region Mid West
Phone: 08 9951 1266
Fax: 08 9951 1328
Email: Carnamah.DHS@det.wa.edu.au
Website: members.westnet.com.auweb/cdhs1
Pupils: 175

Carnamah District High School caters for children from Kindergarten through to Year 11. Carnamah is situated 300kms north of Perth, and 200kms south-east of Geraldton, within the Mid West Education District. 

Students within the Early Childhood Education and Primary sections of the school live within the town of Carnamah, or the immediate catchment area. The Secondary section also draws children from Coorow, Eneabba, Perenjori and Three Springs. 

The Carnamah District is predominantly a wheat and sheep farming area, with associated agricultural business and services. The Carnamah town has a population of approximately 400 people, with other surrounding towns being of similar size.All classrooms are fully air-conditioned and heated. 

The school has a large number of computers with at least two computers available for every room. Students also have access to a computer laboratory. All computers are networked and linked to the Internet. There are also a number of specialist teaching areas and rooms.

 

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