St. Matthews Central School, Mudgee
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A Catholic school was first established in Mudgee in the 19th century. Leading Australian author Henry Lawson studied there for a time but struggled to find friends due to deafness and left school early.
In 1992, part of the school was burnt down by vandwols . A new school was rebuilt on the site. The school currently has approximately 600 students in attendance As of the end of the 2008 school year, a new secondary building has been confirmed and will go from years 7-12.
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