Schools and Education

Morawa District High School

Morawa DHS caters for students from Kindergarten to year 12. It is committed to assisting students achieve the highest standards of learning possible which in turn will facilitate them in dealing with opportunities and challenges they will encounter in a n ever changing world. Tremendous community support is evident with a strong P&C, School Council. The learning environment is outstanding and includes access to all community based sporting and cultural facilities.

Morawa District High School contact details
Principal Mrs Tonia Carslake
Address 34 Gill Street, Morawa
Phone 08 9971 0900

Western Australian College of Agriculture - Morawa

An agricultural co-educational college for students in Years 10 to 12. The boarding facilities are amongst the best in the state. The farm caters for a wide range of interests including, cattle, pigs, sheep & wheat farming. The school has an Open Day in August of every year to show off the skills that the students have learnt during their stay.

WA College of Agriculture Morawa contact details
Principal Mr Dean Carslake
Address Waddilove Road, Morawa
Phone 08 9971 1158

Wild Things Family Day Care

Childcare Services and After School Care are available in Morawa through a Private Provider.

For details regarding availability, hours of operation, and fee structure please contact the Educator directly on details shown below.

Educator Theresa English
Address 27 Dreghorn Street, Morawa
Phone 0475 506 798

North Midlands Education & Industry Training Alliance (NMEITA)


Dynamic and unique educational opportunities abound in the Shire of Morawa. The driving force behind this progressive environment is the North Midlands  Education and Industry Training Alliance (NMEITA).

NMEITA is a partnership between the Morawa District High School, the WA College of Agriculture, the Shire of Morawa, Central Regional TAFE, Midwest Chamber of Commerce, Karara Mining Limited and Midwest SinoSteel.

The Alliance works by the theory of “thinking outside the square” in order to have Morawa recognised as an outstanding educational service provider in regional WA. NMEITA's vision is:

“To provide high quality, customer-focused education and training programs that will attract and retain the youth of the region, and to be recognised as an outstanding educational service provider in regional Western Australia”.

For more information about NMEITA, including minutes of meetings or how you can get involved, visit the NMEITA Website.

Click here to visit the NMEITA website