Excellence & Innovation In Agricultural Education

Located just east of the town of Denmark, the WA College of Agriculture is a 560 hectare working farm and educational facility for Year 10, 11 and 12 students offering a wide variety of studies with an agricultural focus.

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The College

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The College has a range of learning areas including large classrooms; a fully equipped computer laboratory and a well-resourced library including study area and additional bank of networked computers.

The science laboratory is well equipped and set up for the delivery of Biology and General Science Classes.

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2020 Contributions, Fees and Charges

The 2020 Contributions, Fees and Charges detailed on this site have been endorsed by the WA College of Agriculture – Denmark Finance Committee and approved by the College Board.

Our Contributions, Charges and Fees represent the maximum charge that the College can apply to student accounts.

Voluntary contributions for subjects are requested from Year 10 parents and carers.

College fees for ATAR, Agricultural and Agricultural Trades studies will include:

• Subject charges; other optional course and activity charges; and other services provided by the College, which are not directly part of the educational program.

Charges are costs for which payment is compulsory.

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David Taylor (2005 – 2006)

Curtin Business School (CBS) accounting student David Taylor is one of only two Australians selected to represent Ernst & Young Australia at a global young leaders’ conference in the United States. The International Intern Leadership Conference, being held in August, gives participants the chance to learn about the company’s strategy and vision and is attended […]

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