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Lameroo Regional Community School was established in 1990 with the amalgamation of the secondary sections of Pinnaroo, Geranium and Lameroo schools. The school provides a wide and varied curriculum from Reception to Year 12. Students are largely from farming families so the town’s facilities include service industries that support the farming district.

The school aims to provide a quality education in partnership with parents and the community. Students reach their full potential in a range of academic, cultural, social and sporting activities. Their values of responsibility, honesty, respect, equality and trust underpin the friendly, caring and secure environment.

Facilities: Air-conditioned teaching spaces, Music / Drama, Information Technology, Business Studies, Home Economics, Technical Studies, Art and Open Learning Centres, gymnasium, school/community, Performing Arts Centre, Technology Studies wing and Science rooms, canteen.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Art, Drama/Media, Music, English, German, Mathematics, Physical Education & Health, Science, Society and the Environment (including Agricultural Studies), Technology Studies, Home Economics, Information Technology, Maths, Physical Education and Health, Home Economics, Textiles, Society and Environment, Technology (including Information Technology), Visual Arts, Performing Arts, German.

Electives Years 11 and 12: English, Australian Studies, Art, Design, Work Education, Geography, Contempory Issues, Science, Physics, Pure Maths and Maths Applications, Information Processing, Technology Studies (Furniture Construction, Metal Fabrication, Auto Technology), Food & Hospitality, Biology, History, Outdoor and Environmental Education, Community Studies, Agriculture & Horticulture, Physical Education School.

Sport: Physical Education, SSSSA sports, Swimming, Athletics, Basketball, Volleyball, Netball, 9-aside Football.

Extracurricular activities: Junior & Senior Concert, Premier’s Reading Challenge, Physical Education and Outdoor Education camps.

Welfare and personal development: Pastoral Care Programs, Peer Support, Cross Age Tutoring and Child Protection Curriculum, Year Level Coordinators, Student Counsellor and School Chaplain, Special Education Programs.

Special features: Transition program, Senior School, Senior School Formal.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 1 - Year 12
Fees Free (Government School)
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