Como Secondary College, Como

Name: Como Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: 20 Bruce Street
Town: Como
Postcode: 6152
State: Western Australia
Region Canning
Phone: 08 9365 2000
Fax: 08 9450 3444
Pupils: 887

Como Secondary College delivers excellence in secondary education.

It has a student enrolment of 888 and it enjoys quiet, secure and pleasant environs. Como is well-located being within the community of South Perth and 6 kilometres from the CBD of the City of Perth. Also, it is adjacent to Western Australia's largest university, the Curtin University of Technology.

Como Secondary College is a school of the Department of Education and Training in Western Australia and as such enjoys the support and quality assurance of a government school.

Our students undertake courses of study in Years 8 to 12 with most of our students coming from the local community. Other students join us from around WA to study one of our four special programs (Science & Technology, Hockey, Golf and Music). In addition, we have a small enrolment of overseas students.

The College has achieved many successes in recent years: Australian Champion Golf School 2004, 2005 and 2006; WA Champion Hockey schools (boys and girls) 2004, 2005; Prize winning concert bands (Melbourne, 2005); and Robotics WA Champion School 2004, 2005.

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