Armidale Secondary College

Our Future. Our Learning.

Telephone02 6776 7400

Emailarmidale-s.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Principal's message

Armidale Secondary College is a state of the art purpose-built campus on the traditional lands of the Anaiwan People. We began our learning journey on this campus in Term 1, 2021. Our public school draws on the long and proud history and traditions of Armidale and Duval High Schools. Recognising these histories and walking together into the future, we are learning together, fostering, in all young people the ability to collaborate, reflect critically, communicate and express themselves creatively, while developing a strong sense of community engagement and global responsibility.  

We are not just preparing learners for future pathways in the 21st Century, but also  opening our thinking to the possibilities for innovation and to inspire learners to create their own unique opportunities for the future.

At Armidale Secondary College, the individual learning needs of all young people will be realised via a highly-differentiated curriculum supported by an integrated pastoral care program. Our programs are supported by contemporary resources and the latest research on teaching and learning. Students build their skills, self-confidence, leadership abilities and community spirit through a rigorous but rich and varied curricular and co-curricular program.

The Armidale Secondary College vision statement of Our Future, Our Learning’ reflects a commitment to an environment that will create strong and open partnerships between our students, home, staff, community and local industry, training and further education providers. We encourage a growth mindset that allows our whole school community to strive for improvement on a daily basis.

Our core values of ‘Respect, Responsibility and Resilience’ speak to our commitment to work collaboratively with all members of our school community to provide a safe, caring and responsive learning environment where our students own, tailor and take responsibility for their learning journey. 

Bree Harvey-Bice

(Rel. Principal)