We service a dynamic and diverse community as part of the New South Wales Department of Education network of schools.
We work closely with our local education services and we design learning to build 'Respect, Responsibility, and Safety' in all of our students, within our beautiful historic buildings.
Our relieving principal, Mark Davies leads a community of school leaders, highly professional teaching staff and a population of over 400 students to work together as a team to create a culture that is positive, welcoming and above all places the academic and social needs of our students at the front and centre of what we do.
Living in Lithgow
Lithgow is positioned on the western side of the Blue Mountains, approximately 2 hours from Sydney. The town is steeped in history. It was originally home to the Wiradjuri people and is now land shared with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds who work in many areas including mining, NSW government services and a variety of other industries.
It's a city with a vibrant culture and lifestyle catering to those with interest in exploring our beautiful landscape, sports, food, tertiary education and rural living with a city twist.
The town is best known for its Small Arms Factory which produced resources for our armed forces and trained several generations of skilled tradesman, and electricity generation that produced electricity supplying the state of NSW.
Today, Lithgow has a vibrant tourist industry with people visiting the area from around the world. You can learn more about what Lithgow has to offer at tourism.lithgow.com.