Morawa District High School (4086)

School Overview

Endeavour and Achieve
Morawa District High School is an Independent Public School, providing a strong, sustainable education from Kindergarten to Year 12. This allows students to live and learn in a safe rural setting, with a stimulating and differentiated learning environment, encouraging all our students to be fully engaged and motivated to excel.

At Morawa District High School we customise your child's education to help achieve their goals, with a wealth of practical, academic, cultural and industry experience on hand. Resources, teachers, lecturers and support staff, are all qualified and ready to help each student realise their full potential and follow their chosen pathway.

We offer a comprehensive early childhood and primary education program with early intervention and support programs in place to enhance students learning. We have specially trained teachers working throughout our comprehensive middle school education programme, with specialist teachers in core subjects and speciality areas such as music, visual and performing arts, health and physical education, design and technology and home economics.

Students in Year 11 and Year 12 have a flexible senior school programme, with the school endeavouring to meet the needs of all students by employing a mixed mode of delivery. i.e. a combination of SIDE and face to face subjects and classes with Staff. Both VET and ATAR courses are offered. ATAR English and Maths subjects are offered face to face in conjunction with the WA College of Agriculture Morawa.

The choice of senior school pathways offered include; WACE, ATAR, Wholly School Assessed Subjects and Vocational Education and Training Cert IIs in ICT, Kitchen Operations and Hospitality and Engineering and Automotive. Students have the opportunity to transition between campuses, classes, training programs and further education, with ease, maintaining continuity in their career pathway.

The Morawa District High School motto is Endeavour and Achieve. Our Expectations are:
Respect - We treat others with consideration and respect.
Responsibility - We are accountable for our own actions, resolving differences in constructive, peaceful ways; we contribute to society and we take care of the environment.
Achievement - We have high expectations of students and staff and endeavour to achieve our best.

Our School's systematic, inclusive approach allows your child to complete their educational pathway in a highly supportive, rural community. The school can tailor its programs to meet a wide range of individual needs to make every student a successful student.

For more information:
T: 08 99710 900