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Welcome to Western Australia’s premier college for gifted and talented arts students.

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Learning for Life

An innovative, stimulating and rewarding education awaits your child at John Curtin College of the Arts.

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Performing on stage and in the classroom

Our students achieve their academic goals through their love of the arts.

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Welcome

Welcome

We provide children from across the State with Gifted and Talented Arts Programs and all students study a comprehensive range of academic subjects alongside their specialist course.

At John Curtin, your child will participate in classes with like-minded peers who share their passion and desire to excel under the guidance of expert teachers.

Students & Programs

Our students’ learning occurs within a caring, supportive environment. Our dedicated and professional specialist teachers provide an academically balanced educational program with a focus on gifted and talented learning.

An innovative, stimulating and rewarding education in a supportive learning environment awaits your child at John Curtin College of the Arts.

Our gifted arts students use their love and passion for the Arts to help them achieve their academic goals and become confident, tolerant and creative community members and leaders.

Announcements

2nd top public school in WA for 2015 Year 12 results
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2nd top public school in WA for 2015 Year 12 results

The Year 12 2015 results are in. John Curtin is the 2nd top public school and is 16th out of all schools in Western Australia for students achieving an ATAR of 75+. An outstanding achievement by all students and teachers on all accounts.

In Top 10 schools for Year 12 Education Awards
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In Top 10 schools for Year 12 Education Awards

John Curtin College of the Arts is listed in the Top 10 schools in WA for receiving the most Education Awards for our Year 12 graduates’ results, winning 29 awards. Fantastic job to our 2015 graduates.

 

GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS FOR MATHS AND SCIENCE
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GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS FOR MATHS AND SCIENCE

This week, students in Year 7 Mathematics and Science classes will try to set a record for the Guinness Book of Records by participating in a worldwide mathematics and science lesson.

The Biggest Maths and Science lesson Guinness Worlds Record attempt has over 47 000 learners from 18 countries registered to participate.

 

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