Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School (4185)

School Overview

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School was opened in 2006 and proudly offers secondary courses from Years 7 to 10. The school prides itself on an enrolment of over 800 students from a diverse range of socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, who all contribute to a vibrant and collaborative school culture.

Located 600km east of Perth, Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School is committed to working collaboratively with the community to create an innovative environment that motivates and engages students. Being a major regional centre and mining town, Kalgoorlie-Boulder provides comprehensive facilities, services and infrastructure, making it a comfortable location in which to live and work. Kalgoorlie-Boulder is proud of its history and heritage, including rich Aboriginal histories and cultures.

Specialist programs are offered through the school, which celebrates diversity and innovation. These range from the Clontarf and Kalgoorlie Girls' Academies, to STEM groups such as robotics, to the football and netball programs. In the spirit of innovation, Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School has been selected as the first WA school to be part of the State Government's Virtual Power Plant pilot, which will not only help to teach students about the benefits of renewable energy and new technologies, but also reduce the environmental impact of power consumption within the Goldfields region.

Thanks to a $45 million investment in 2016, the school boasts state-of-the-art English, Mathematics HASS buildings with adaptable classrooms and community learning spaces, in addition to a modern Arts building with purpose-built studio areas.

The school's committed student services team ensure excellent pastoral care and monitoring of students, with a dedicated student services coordinator and officer working closely with each year group. Dynamic teaching staff offer engaging delivery of both main curriculum areas and a diverse range of subjects and programs catering for students with a variety of interests and needs.