Boorowa Central School, Boorowa

Name: Boorowa Central School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Pudman St
Town: Boorowa
Postcode: 2586
State: New South Wales
Region Illawarra and South East
Phone: 6385 3009
Fax: 6385 3409
Email: boorowa-c.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.boorowa-c.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 244

Boorowa Central School is a K-12 school serving a small rural community based around agriculture. 

The school's mission statement, excellence, relevance and participation embraces the basic philosophy and the principles under which it operates.

The school and staff are committed to providing quality teaching and learning programs with an emphasis on maximising student outcomes in a supportive welfare environment. 

The school is very well resourced and offers a comprehensive curriculum to cater for both student needs and interests. There is an innovative and extensive range of programs to support and enhance student achievement

 

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