Advice please on primary schools in the area? private or public?

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Oh and most primary schools in kal are really nice

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Yes Kalgoorlie does have lots of different schools that are all quite good with ranges of help and different activities, I actually went to school in south Kalgoorlie primary school which was a public school that was quite nice. But if you want honesty a lot of the public schools in some areas do get the police coming in a lot due to the rate of the physical violence that takes place in some schools, for example my brother (younger) went to the same primary school as me and experienced lots of fights and detentions other than those issues the schools in kal are really quite nice 👍🏻

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First answer is there's heaps. State schools at Hannans, North Kalgoorlie (Lamington), Kalgoorlie itself, South Kalgoorlie, Boulder and O'Connor (Somerville) as well as an Aboriginal school at Williamstown (East Kalgoorlie PS). Catholic Schools also in both Kalgoorlie and Boulder and a Baptist K-12 school in Somerville. There's also a catholic high schhol in South Kal adjacent to the Middle school state campus (7-10) and there's a senior (11-12) state high school in central Kalgoorlie. My kids went to Boulder PS and have the state high schools except for the youngest who went to the Catholic high school. All have done very well.

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