Butler College (4191)



School Overview



Butler College is an innovative Independent Public School which embraces the philosophy of education as a dynamic science that is always on the move. Since its foundation year in 2013, the College has developed a solid foundation of strong community values. It is this focus of working as a team to build students' self-belief and abilities that is making it a school that the local community is proud of.

The College is creating a learning environment where students feel valued, supported and safe; encouraging in them the self-awareness and self-confidence to strive for personal excellence.

Our current student population is approximately 1750 students in Years 7 to 12, including 111 students accessing a purpose-built high needs education support facility.

With a broad and relevant curriculum, together with a commitment to its three pillars of Knowledge, Integrity and Respect, our aim is to help students find their place in the College community and beyond.

We offer a diverse and inclusive curriculum that provides each student the flexibility to match their strengths and aspirations to future education and career pathways, through involvement and achievement in academic and extra-curricula programs. Our staff lead by example, constantly challenging themselves and our students to adapt to a world of continuous change and to becoming lifelong learners.

Our aim is to provide a positive learning experience for every student. We recognise that each student is an individual to be welcomed, respected and believed in. Community values including respect for self, others and the environment are an intrinsic part of our curriculum and central to College life.

Our greatest strength is the relationships we continue to develop and the people who make up our College community. A commitment to strong working partnerships between students, parents, staff and the wider community is the essence of the College; and sets the basis of our aim for high standards of academic and personal achievement.

We look forward to supporting the latest in teaching and learning technologies and having the flexibility to introduce new ideas and initiatives.

At Butler College we share the same goal as all parents in our community; we want our students to graduate as confident, happy and capable young adults who are ready to contribute positively to a modern society.

For more information about Butler College please contact us:

Email: butler.college@education.wa.edu.au
Tel: 08 9561 4200
Web: www.butlercollege.wa.edu.au