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Booleroo Centre District School has a long tradition of academic success with greater than state average tertiary entrance results and a well-deserved reputation for sporting excellence. The school is a safe, caring place and aims to meet the needs of all students. Members of staff provide support and flexible learning activities for individual students.

The school is situated within a supportive community and the school’s long-standing motto, ‘Strive to Excel’, is well valued within the district. Recently the school has had a sustainability focus and has endeavoured to embed the principles of sustainability into the curriculum and also within the practical management of the school. With the recent appointment of a committed farm manager, the school has increased its farming enterprise and students are involved in a broad range of rural options.

Through a range of extra-curricular activities, each student has the opportunity to become a well-rounded adult who is prepared to take their place vocationally and within our society.

Facilities: New classrooms for the Middle School, state-of-the-art Gymnasium, refurbished Home Economics Centre, 4 GLA, specialist areas for Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Science, Technical Studies and Home Economics, well-appointed Resource Centre, three fully-equipped computer rooms, distance education facility, sports oval, tennis and basketball courts, access to the community swimming pool, large agricultural facility with access to 10 hectares of cropping land.

Subjects/Electives Years 7 to 10:


Subjects/Electives Years 11 and 12:


Sport: Annual athletics, swimming and cross-country competitions, SAPSASA and MNSEC sports, Knockout Sports.

Extracurricular activities: Parent Information Night, sleep ins and year level camps, curriculum excursions and camps, end of year concert and presentation night, local choir performances, performing arts productions, MNSEC band, MNSEC Showcase performances, MNSEC socials and formal, school socials, school year book production, after school religious education for Catholic students, Christian Option Seminars.

Welfare and personal development: Home group teacher, Christian Pastoral Care Worker, Student Counselling, Senior Leaders.

Special features: Accelerated Reader program, Reading Recovery and Early Intervention Strategies, Year 8 Transition program.

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