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.
Navigating the admission / enrolment process can sometimes be confusing but you are only a click, email or phone call away from all the help you need.
Smaller class sizes allow our teachers to provide a supportive environment in which to learn and gives teachers the opportunity to really get to know your child.
Due to its popularity, the WA College of Agriculture – Denmark has a limited number of places available each year and as a result, a stringent selection process is in place for both residential and day students wishing to enrol.
Tyson Introvigne was the recipient of the 2013 Australian Vocational Student Prize in Agriculture valued at $2,000 and was a graduate of the WA College of Agriculture—Denmark in 2013. Tyson is now living and working on a farm where the farmer is looking to “train-up a young farmer” by sending Tyson to numerous training opportunities and up-skilling […]Read more