John Curtin College Of The Arts, Fremantle

Name: John Curtin College Of The Arts
Type: Secondary School
Address: 90 Ellen Street
Town: Fremantle
Postcode: 6160
State: Western Australia
Region Fremantle-Peel
Phone: 08 9433 7200
Fax: 08 9430 5856
Email: Camille.Giles@det.wa.edu.au
Website: www.jc.wa.edu.au
Pupils: 1096

The John Curtin College of the Arts was formerly named the John Curtin High School and was the first government-built secondary school in the south-west metropolitan region. The first building was opened in 1952, the rest of the school was built between 1954 and 1958, and an arts centre was added in 1987.

In 2001, the College was placed on the WA Register of Heritage Places. 

John Curtin College of the Arts is committed to the students' pursuit of excellence in all areas of the formal and informal curriculum with a special emphasis on the humanities, performing and visual arts.
 

 

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