Dubbo Boarding School Expo

Learning for life: The upcoming Dubbo Boarding School Expo, to be held on May 18 and 19, is the perfect opportunity to discover more about the education options available for your family. Photo: Shutterstock.
Learning for life: The upcoming Dubbo Boarding School Expo, to be held on May 18 and 19, is the perfect opportunity to discover more about the education options available for your family. Photo: Shutterstock.

Dubbo will once again host the first leg of the annual Boarding Schools Expo, that is aimed at providing families and individuals a place to meet senior school officials and gather all the information they need when considering boarding schools.

The expo will be held at the Dubbo Convention Centre on Friday, May 18, and Saturday, May 19, and includes boarding schools from across the state. 

Regional, rural and remote families often look to boarding schools as a chance for their children to grow and develop, and take advantage of opportunities that they may not receive in their local area.

Boarding School Director, Meg Bennett, established the expo 14 years ago to connect rural families with the large number of boarding schools available, after discovering that the process of finding and selecting the right school could be difficult and time consuming.

It's a huge emotional and financial investment for families. It's important to choose a school that shares your family's beliefs and values.

Meg Bennett, Boarding Schools Expo Director

Admission to the Boarding School Expo is free, and for more information visit https://www.boardingexpo.com.au.

Shore School is committed to an education based upon a credible Christian faith, a belief that all can learn and the idea that a human being is an integrated whole of creative intellect, dynamic spirit, generous friendship and the ability to act positively in the world.

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They seek to achieve their aims through a well thought through programme of curricular and co-curricular activities in which everyone, staff member and student, participates.

The school is blessed with very good facilities but even more so in the quality of the people working and learning here.

Shore therefore fosters a learning community for its students and staff which:

  • Promotes a Christian understanding of the world and society in which we live.
  • Pursues and celebrates academic performance in a culture of learning and thinking.
  • Challenges all to be responsible citizens with an attitude of service to others.
  • Welcomes new experience and learning at all stages of life.
  • Develops individual talents and cultivates successful team membership.