Narrabundah College is a government college for years 11 and 12 students - the final two years of secondary education. It offers a challenging curriculum in a caring environment and meets the needs of an international community.
Narrabundah College has earned an enviable record of student achievement in academic, sporting, social and cultural endeavours. A high percentage of students go on to further education at universities and specialist tertiary institutions.
The school has a very strong international atmosphere; the students come from many different cultural backgrounds. This year there are fifty-five different first languages spoken, and fifty-nine countries of origin.
College Core Values
- Challenging Curriculum
- Caring Environment
- International Community
An IB school
2016 ATAR - 3 DUXES on 99.9
- 30 over 99 (23 ACT plus 7 French Bac students)
- 101 students over 95
- 166 students over 90
- 277 students over 80
- 363 (86.2 %) over 65 in the cohort of 421 who gained an ATAR
- Media (Middle ATAR score) 86.5
- 51 students completed ANU extension
23 Oct 2017
We were delighted to welcome two visitors to the Narrabundah College assembly last week.
Captain Aaron Kogler presented the Australian Defence Force Academy Education Award to Angus. This award is presented to a student in recognition of leadership potential and academic and sporting achievements.
LCDR Stephen Blake presented the ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Award to Aqeel.
This award recognises students who demonstrate leadership and teamwork within both their school and in the wider community.
We would like to sincerely congratulate both students and wish them all the best in their future endeavours.
19 Oct 2017
Great news; two of our year 11 science students have been selected for the Science Olympiad Summer School that runs in January 2018, based on their result in the exam they sat in August. Rose is going for Earth and Environmental Science (first time we have ever had a student sit this paper) and Krishne for Physics. We are very excited for them.
Congratulations to Rose and Krishne from all of us at Narrabundah College. Well done!
18 Oct 2017
Congratulations to Ejoy.
Dorothea Mckellar was an early 20th Century Australian poet most famous for her stirring work “My Country” written in 1908. Since 1984 the Dorothea Mckellar Award for poetry has been given in her honour. Since that time it has grown from an inaugural 300 entries to a competition which attracts tens of thousands of entries from school students across the nation. This year the award in the NSW Multicultural category has been won by Narrabundah College student Ejoy for her amazing poem “Phantoms”, described by the judges as a “Deeply moving and heartfelt poem of dislocation and belonging. “ Ejoy was presented with her trophy during last week’s assembly, along with some beautiful book prizes and a cheque for $500. Her wonderful poem is reproduced here for your enjoyment.
17 Oct 2017