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Exceptional Educational Opportunities

Educational opportunities in Broome are exceptional.

Broome Senior High School, Broome Primary School, Cable Beach Primary School and Roebuck Primary school make up the Broome Cluster of Independent Schools. A fantastic arrangement ensuring the very best education to all Broome students. As individual schools each school is a leading independent public school delivering world class education to the Broome community. As the Broome Cluster of Independent Schools we represent Four Schools-One Community. Working together to enhance our individual and shared excellence. The primary schools do an amazing job and close to 90% of students stay in Broome to complete high school education. In 2012 Broome Senior High School was voted WA Secondary School of the Year.

The Kimberley Training Institute (KTI) is Broome’s local TAFE campus offering over 160 courses to choose from and flexible study options. KTI collaborates with industry on training projects and helps broker brokers workforce development – so it is no wonder that over 90% of KTI graduates were employed after training, compared to the state average of 80% ! The Broome Campus has world class facilities including Broome Maritime Simulation Centre, Broome Aquaculture Centre and Balu Buru Horticultural Research Centre. With smaller students to staff ratio, the lowest anywhere in Western Australia you are guaranteed a great start to your training at KTI Broome Campus.

The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Broome Campus is a unique university in the heart of the Kimberley, providing a supportive learning environment. A range of  student support services are provided including the  Academic Enabling and Support Centre. Notre Dame’s Broome Campus is committed to providing strong support for the process of reconciliation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians. The Broome Campus provides a supportive environment for all students and an opportunity for non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal people to come together and learn about Aboriginal history and culture.


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