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PORT AUGUSTA SECONDARY SCHOOL


Port Augusta Secondary School is a comprehensive, co-educational secondary school catering for a diverse range of educational needs. The school provides a quality learning environment for all students from years 8 to 12.

They acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which their school operates, and respect the culture and diversity of the Aboriginal groups and individuals who are members of their learning community.

Sport: Football, Cricket, Netball, Basketball, Hockey, Volleyball, Tennis, Rugby

Extracurricular activities: Lunchtime Activities, Maths club, Wii games, Board/card games, Sport, Camps & Excursions

Welfare and personal development: Individual Learning Plan (ILP), Individual Education Plan (IEP), Negotiated Education Plan (NEP), Special Class which caters for the learning, social and physical needs of students with intellectual disabilities.

 Special features: University, TAFE or a Vocational Education and Training (VET) pathway.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls
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