Cowra High School embodies high expectation of respect and responsibility through encouraging each individual to reach their potential. Students pursue excellence through engagement in academic, sporting, cultural and creative and performing arts.
Broad subject choice ensures students are able to reach their potential and achieve individual success. Staff encourage students to be confident and resilient by developing skills to become contributing members of society as life-long learners and critical and creative thinker.
What makes us unique and proud is our schools rural location and community composition. We embrace a variety of cultures and celebrate this in all we do. We foster this inclusivity through our ties to our national history, Seikei and Camden exchange program and participation in community events. In addition, the sharing of culture of our First Australians is embedded in everyday life at Cowra High School. This ensures every student is known, valued and cared for.
Cowra High School is located on the ancestral lands of the Wiradjuri people, the traditional custodians. We recognise their unique, ongoing spiritual connection to this land and their rich contribution to this region. Cowra High School is committed to developing a deeper understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture as a path to reconciliation and a positive future. We pay our respects to our Elders, both past and present, and acknowledge our continued role in nurturing the next generation of emerging leaders.
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