Kiara College (4112)

School Overview

Kiara College is a vibrant learning community located on the western edge of the Swan Valley. We are a proudly Independent Public School with the unique characteristic of having a working farm on our site. Our ethos encourages personal development while igniting a passion for lifelong learning. Well researched and evidence-based decision making is a hallmark of our practice. Kiara College provides a safe and supportive learning environment characterised by innovative teaching practices. We respect and value all members of our diverse community. Our students are encouraged to embrace opportunities and aspire to excellence. Our students develop skills and abilities that enable them to be responsible, informed, and active citizens who contribute positively to society.

Kiara College is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities in the Performing Arts, STEM Maker Space, and FABLAB redevelopments, and student are able to capitalise on real life and industry standard applications of skills in these areas. Catering for Years 7-12, Kiara College offers comprehensive and innovative programs that support students to achieve their potential. Students can follow an ATAR, General, VET or Big Picture Education pathway, preparing them for university entry, TAFE, or employment. Pathway planning at Kiara College focuses on the individual. Through early exploration of interests and career opportunities, students are supported to pursue aspirational pathways in all areas. Our partnerships with tertiary institutions such as UWA Aspire, ECU UniPrep and North Metro TAFE facilitate students' further success.

Our local intake schools include West Beechboro, Beechboro, East Beechboro, Caversham, Caversham Valley, and Lockridge Primary Schools. We offer two Specialist Programs: Agriculture and Basketball. Students are also able to study Contemporary Music.

Our diverse student population of over 500 students included students who originate from over 20 different countries. Nearly 30% of our students identified as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander. We celebrated and embraced our diversity with a range of programs and activities aimed at promoting respect for all, and we continue to strive to be a culturally responsive organisation.

Our door is always open at Kiara College, so please feel free to contact us for a tour of the school.

Kiara College
T: 6235 7000