Cunderdin District High School

Cunderdin District High School Information
Address Cubbine Road Cunderdin WA 6407
Phone 9635 1051
Fax 9635 1488
Principal Jan Harrington

Cunderdin is a Wheatbelt town situated in the Midlands District. The school caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 10.

Cunderdin District High SchoolThe Staff comprises of specialist secondary teachers and primary staff with both considerable experience and less experienced staff. The majority of students are from farming backgrounds and access the school by bus. Cunderdin District High School is also a feeder school for students from Meckering and Tammin. The school has a diverse population including Brethren students, Aboriginal and students with disabilities.

The School Council and Parent and Citizen groups are active decision-making bodies within the school. The members of these groups plus the wider community support the school in many ways. These include help for sporting events, parent rosters, supervising students at camp and excursions, School Volunteer Program, Busy Bees, building and grounds improvements, assisting with Work Readiness and Work Placement programs, as well as Traineeships. The various service clubs including Rotary offer financial and mentoring support to students.

Our Secondary Pathways

ACE Program

At Cunderdin District High School our purpose is “to assist and encourage students to their full potential and strive for excellence whilst preparing them for a changing world.” After researching delivery techniques, reviewing data and consultation with the school staff and the School Council it was decided that this could be better achieved through a more inclusive curriculum that offered greater choice to students with their lower school education. Such choices are also more reflective of the choices offered in post-compulsory education. To this end we have created two pathways comprising the Academy and College streams. The Academy is designed to cater for students who prefer a more “hands on” approach to education, and the College is to cater for students who are considering TER subjects in their post-compulsory years.

Within the Academy students can choose one of the following streams:

  • Design and Technology
  • Multimedia, Information and Communication Technology Academy (MICTA)
  • Hospitality & Textiles


The school continues to offer students a range of TAFE courses to develop their skills and provide future vocational opportunities.

Students in Building Design and Technology, MICTA and Hospitality and Textiles were able to undertake Certificate 1 courses in Automotive and Engineering (Welding), Business, Information Technology and a self paced on-line Cert 1 Hospitality course.