Gorokan High School, Gorokan

Name: Gorokan High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Goobarabah Ave
Town: Gorokan
Postcode: 2263
State: New South Wales
Region Hunter/Central Coast
Phone: 4393 7000
Fax: 4393 1157
Email: gorokan-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.gorokan-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 952

Gorokan High School provides an effective and caring learning environment for more than 1100 students. It enjoys a favourable reputation as a progressive educational institution and commands a strong base of community support. Established in 1976 as a co-educational and comprehensive high school, Gorokan has a proud tradition of academic, sporting and cultural achievement. The school has been recognised as a centre of excellence in music with its internationally recognised wind orchestra. It provides a wide choice of senior courses and has a flexible senior organisation to support vocational education and training for senior students. 


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