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Boarding Schools in Western Australia

Western Australia is a state that occupies the entire western third of Australia. It is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the north and west, the Great Australian Bight and the Southern Ocean to the south, the Northern Territory to the north-east and South Australia to the southeast. With a land area of 2,529,875 square kilometers (976,790 square mi), it is the Australia's largest state, and the second-largest country subdivision in the world. Perth is the capital city of Western Australia. Western Australia's economy is largely driven by extraction and processing of a diverse range of mineral and petroleum commodities. The population of Western Australia mostly resides in the fertile southwest corner, home to the Margaret River wine region and the riverside Perth. According to June 2014 census, the population of Western Australia is around 2.589 million.

Education in Western Australia

In Western Australia, education consists of public and private schools, including public and private universities, and TAFE colleges. Public school education is supervised by the Department of Education, which forms part of the Government of Western Australia. The School Curriculum and Standards Authority, an independent statutory authority, is in charge of following duties: developing a curriculum and associated standards in all public and private schools, ensuring standards of student achievement, and for the assessment and certification according to those standards. Education in Western Australia is divided into a three-tier system, consisting primary education (primary schools), followed by secondary education (secondary schools or secondary colleges), and tertiary education (Universities and TAFE Colleges). Education is mandatory in Western Australia between the ages of 6 and 17. Preschool in Western Australia, sometimes called pre-primary, was made mandatory in 2013, before that time, many children were attending pre-primary education programs. Primary education consists of seven grades: a preparatory year (commonly called "pre-primary") followed by Years 1 to 7, and the minimum age at which a child can commence primary school education is 4.5 years. In the Western Australian school system, students attend a secondary school from years 7 to 12.

At, we have listed the Best Boarding Schools in Western Australia . The list comprises of the top residential independent schools and state boarding schools.

Find complete information about Top Boarding Schools in Western Australia, details about Fees, Admissions, Curriculum, School Infrastructure, Faculty and much more only at with complete details of fee, school infrastructure. Schools are listed in random order without any rankings.

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