Koroba Secondary School is a school located in the northern Hela, Papua New Guinea. It is one of the oldest schools in the regions.
Previously, the school was a high school until recently the school was elevated to secondary school in 2007.
The School serves the people of Komo, Koroba, Pori, Kopiago, Hides, Pureni, Tani and nourbouring communities.
School enrolls up to 800 students.
It has grades 9 to 12.
Because of lack of government services, mostly local teachers take the role in teaching. Recently, the school has received some funding from the PNG LNG project.
The School can be contacted:
P O Box
Tari, Hela Province
Saint Josephs Tari Secondary School is located in the Tari valley in the Hela Region of Papua New Guinea.
The school is run by the catholic church. The school got secondary statues in 2000 and had first grade 11 enrollment in 2001.
The school is one of the best performing schools in the highlands region.
The school has about 700 students population and about 38 teaching staff.
It is a boarding school and has boys and girls dormitories.
Recently, the school has got some funding from the Australian Government through the AusAid program. New classrooms and student residential dormitories have been built since then.
The School can be contacted on the following address;
P O Box 15
Tari, Hela Province
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