Orange has a comprehensive range of services, facilities and ammenity to cater for your child, from birth to leaving home. There are a range of day care centres, family day care, occaisonal care, playgrounds, play groups and child specific activities (such as The Wiggles at the theatre). As your child grows so does the range of options. There are a large range of sporting clubs but also other extra curicular activities such as a conservatorium of music, acting and drama, tutoring and much more. Your child’s education will be well covered too. Look at the range of primary and secondary schools listed below. There is also the Western Institute of TAFE as well as Charles Sturt University.
In Orange, your child will have the opportunity to live the healthy, nurturing country lifestyle with all the benefits of a major regional centre.
The Orange Community Guide details contact information for a wide range of organisations, sporting groups and clubs in the Orange community that may be of interest to your children. To go to the Guide, click here.
Orange has six high schools and a special-needs school.
- Kinross Wolaroi School
- Orange Anglican Grammar School
- Orange Christian School
- James Sheahan Catholic High School
- Orange High School
- Canobolas Rural Technology High School
- Anson Street School (Special-needs school)
- Bletchington Public School
- Borenore Public School
- Bowen Public School
- Calare Public School
- Canobolas Public School
- Cargo Public School
- Clergate Public School
- Glenroi Heights Public School
- Mullion Creek Public School
- Nashdale Public School
- Orange East Public School
- Orange Public School
- Spring Hill Public School
Independent Schools/Non Government
- Catherine McCauley Catholic Primary School (Catholic)
- St Mary’s Primary School (Catholic)
- Kinross Wolaroi School (Uniting)
- Orange Anglican Grammar School (Anglican)
- Orange Christian School (Christian)
Links to Catholic and Independent Schools