Esperance Senior High School, Esperance

Name: Esperance Senior High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Pink Lake Road
Town: Esperance
Postcode: 6450
State: Western Australia
Region Esperance
Phone: 08 9071 9555
Fax: 08 9071 9556
Email: Sheryl.Sharpe@det.wa.edu.au
Website: www.esperanceshs.wa.edu.au
Pupils: 1004

Esperance Senior High School, one of the Western Australian Department of Education and Training's rural secondary schools for students from years 8 to 12.

Situated in the beautiful town of Esperance, on the southern coast of WA, Esperance Senior High School has a reputation for 'Excellence and Innovation', that places it in the forefront of rural education in Western Australia.

Founded in 1966, the school has grown from a small rural Junior High School to a comprehensive Senior High School of nearly 1000 students. The school is set within the Esperance Community Education Campus, situated on 28 hectares (40 acres) of land in town and with an 800 hectare school farm situated 35 kilometres out of town. 

 

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