Kojonup District High School caters for approximately 260 students, kindergarten to Year 10 and has a strong focus on literacy, numeracy and pastoral care. We recognise the value that hard work and regular attendance has on achievement and progress, working in collaboration with families to ensure each child strives to reach their personal best.
We provide quality education characterised by excellence and innovation, in a safe, caring and inclusive learning environment. Our dedicated teaching and support staff work hard to guide students towards becoming lifelong learners who aim high, value diversity and can contribute positively to the wider community.
Specialist facilities enable us to offer a range of programs comprising information technology, visual arts, drama, physical education, home economics and science in a specialist laboratory. Our 480 acre farm allows access to a diverse agricultural program and is utilised by all students from kindergarten through to Year 10.
At Kojonup District High School there is a school wide approach to positive student behaviour. As a Positive Behaviour Support school (PBS), we explicitly teach positive behaviours and ensure social skills development is embedded in every aspect of the school day. Students emotional welfare is further supported through our partnership with Youth Care, who provide us with a part-time school chaplain. The local Rotary Club manage an extensive Breakfast Club program which is staffed by an eager band of volunteers.
Our school council and active Parents & Citizens Association make valuable contributions to our school program, providing welcome advice and feedback on the strategic direction of the school and in raising funds to support school requirements and add to the aesthetic appeal of our buildings and grounds.
We welcome families to join our school community and encourage them to take an active role in the education of their children.
To discover more about Kojonup District High School call 9831 3300 or email Kojonup.firstname.lastname@example.org