Kooringal High School

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Kooringal High School
Kooringal High School 01.jpg
The Edge in Education
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia
Coordinates 35°08′35″S 147°22′52″E / 35.143126°S 147.381141°E / -35.143126; 147.381141Coordinates: 35°08′35″S 147°22′52″E / 35.143126°S 147.381141°E / -35.143126; 147.381141
School type Public (Secondary, Partially Selective, Co-educational)
Established 1973
Principal Glyn Leyshon
Grades 7-12
Enrolment 842[1]
School colour(s) Navy blue, Gold, Brown
Slogan Preserve, Conserve, Serve
Newspaper 'The Ziegler'

Kooringal High School (abbreviated KHS) is a secondary high school and a partially selective, co-educational, public high school, located in the Wagga Wagga suburb of Kooringal, New South Wales, Australia.

Kooringal High opened in 1973 with 354 students in Years seven and eight, 18 teachers, one office worker and eight cleaners. The school was the third government high school established in the City of Wagga Wagga. Built on the lower eastern slopes of Willans Hill, Kooringal High School's local enrollment area has included the residential areas of Kooringal and Lake Albert for the past three decades and more recently Tatton and Springvale.

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Performing Arts


  1. ^ "Kooringal High School". School Locator. NSW Public Schools. Retrieved 13 December 2011. 

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