• For over one hundred years, Warragul Regional College has been serving its community, helping to shape generations that have gone on to make this town one of the most liveable places in the world. We are extremely proud of our graduates who for over a century have been succeeding in business, the arts, sports, technology, medicine and academia.

    While we are proud of our history, the school’s focus is firmly on the future. We are excited about the prospects that await our students in the 21st Century. The world is changing at an increasingly rapid pace. Many of the jobs our current students will be doing are yet to be invented.

  • Warragul Regional College will be the school of choice for our community because we will develop talents, nurture curiosity and empower individuals to follow their passion. To do this we will be more like a garden than a factory – we will nurture the learning experience suited to each student. We believe learning is growing.

  • The “School on the Hill” has been providing secondary education to the Warragul community since 1911, making it one of Australia’s oldest secondary schools.

    Through the amalgamation of Warragul High School and Warragul Technical School a new entity was born in 1994, Warragul Regional College, catering for both academic and vocational pathways.

    Since 1994 the College has undergone three major facility upgrades, ensuring that students have access to a modern learning environment.


    How do we prepare students for a future that does not yet exist?

    At Warragul Regional College we are focused on developing four key skills that will ensure students are successful not only at school, but in life.

    These key skills are our four Cs;

    Creative Thinking: the aptitude to solve problems in innovative ways
    Critical Thinking: the skill to evaluate information and make decisions
    Collaboration: the capacity to lead and be part of any team
    Caring: the ability to be sensitive to the impact of our actions on others and the environment.