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PORT BROUGHTON AREA SCHOOL


Port Broughton Area School is an R-12 school situated in a coastal rural community, 170km from Adelaide.

Facilities: Community Activity Hall / Gymnasium, Community Library, Home Economics, Science, Computing Suite x 2, Art, Tech Studies.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Australian Curriculum in Mathematics, English, Science, The Arts, Technology, Society and Environment and Health and Physical Education from Reception to Year 10.

Sport: SAPSASA – Cricket, Football, Swimming, Netball, Tennis, Softball · School Athletics Carnival & Interschool Athletics Carnival; A – Side Football Competition (male & female participation); SACA Cricket clinics; Netta Netball, Golf.

Extracurricular activities: R-9 Camps and Excursions, Year 10/11 Canberra/Snow Trip (Biannual), Regular assemblies (1 per term), SRC initiated activities, Yr 11/12 Transition Trip to Adelaide.

Welfare and personal development: The National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program, Christian Pastoral Support (CPS) Worker(s).

 Special features: Career Education, Work Experience and Work Placement.

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