Your child enjoys modern, well-appointed and comfortable facilities at Narrogin Residential College. Major upgrades and extensions in the past few years have made the College an exceptional facility for boarding.
Every student has their own individual room with a bed, desk for studying, wardrobe, and shelves for displaying personal items. Students provide their own bedding and doona.
Boys and girls are accommodated in separate dormitory buildings, in two different parts of the college.
Our dormitories are very comfortable with ducted heating and cooling. For safety reasons, heaters and blankets are not permitted in the students’ rooms.
Each of our college girls’ year groups has its own common room with a fridge, TV and lounge where they can hang out together.
The college boys have separate common rooms in their dormitory buildings, where two year groups share a common room.
There is also a big common room for both boys and girls where they can mix over the year groups and participate in supervised activities.
The Year 12 boys and girls have access to toasters, microwaves and coffee/tea facilities.
Students have all their meals together in the large dining room. There are two separate well-resourced computer labs, one each for juniors and seniors, with computers networked to the school.
We are pleased to showcase our large murals which have transformed the college boarding space to create an engaging environment that is welcoming to boarders. Some of this artwork can be viewed at Boarding Training Australia.
Your child has access to an amazing recreation building which was completed in 2015. It includes a full sized indoor court for basketball, tennis, floor hockey and netball.
In our large common room, they can use pool tables, foosball, giant connect 4, Xbox, table tennis and a large projector screen for movies.
Outside there is a newly renovated and resurfaced pool, and basketball, tennis and netball courts.
Narrogin Residential College has two Toyota 24-seater buses, a 14-seater bus and a 12-seater bus. Supervisors use these vehicles to transport students to their various sporting commitments, appointments and excursions and also to take students home (one-way) on boarders weekends.
The Year 7-10 students are bused to town on Wednesdays after school and Saturday mornings so they can go shopping or meet up with friends.
Access to school
Students walk to school as the College is conveniently located adjacent to Narrogin Senior High School.