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.
The Contributions, Charges and Fees detailed in the booklet have been endorsed by the WA College of Agriculture – Denmark Finance Committee on 20/11/2017 and approved by the College Board on 1/12/2017.
The Contributions, Charges and Fees represent the maximum charge that the College can apply to accounts.
Winning a scholarship to the tune of $12,000 was music to the ears of Jessica Perrin, 17, who manages to combine a commitment to agriculture with her passion for music. The Curtin University student and budding singer/songwriter was the recipient of the Inaugural Agricultural Youth Scholarship, introduced by The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia […]Read more