Department of Education

Midwest Education Region

Midwest Education Region

Overview


Overview

The Midwest Education Region is one of eight regions in the Western Australian Department of Education. The Midwest Education Regional Office is located in Geraldton.

The Midwest Education Regional Office is committed to enacting the priorities of the Western Australian Department of Education to support all schools within the region deliver an excellence in education to all students within the Midwest. The provision of quality support services to schools to support improved student outcomes is a priority. The Regional Office staff work closely with schools within the four Midwest school networks to support every Midwest student being a successful student; every Midwest teacher an effective teacher; and every Midwest school a good school.

The Midwest region has 50 government schools with an enrolment of approximately 8500 students. 25% of students are Indigenous. The Government education system in the Midwest comprises 30 primary schools, ten district high schools, three senior high schools, two schools of the air, six remote community schools, one campus of the WA College of Agriculture, one education support centre, one camp school and one engagement centre.

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