Boyup Brook District High School caters for students up to Year 10. Primary school children can attend the junior campus  (K - 6) or St. Mary's Catholic School. There is a daily connecting bus to the nearest Senior High School in Manjimup.

Boyup Brook District High School

Boyup Brook District High School caters for all students from Kindergarten to Year 10 on separate primary (K-6) and middle school (7-10) sites.

The K-6 site includes a purpose built Early Childhood Centre where specialist teachers and education assistants provide a safe, supportive learning environment.  The Early State Program provides early literacy, numeracy and physical activities for 0-4 year olds.

Boyup Brook District High School develops partnerships with parents that encourage students to strive for their personal best and reach their full potential.  The students take pride in themselves, their family and their school. Primary and Middle School students are grouped in small classes with experienced teachers and the students participate in a diverse curriculum which is supported by specialist teachers. 

For more information:

Middle School Phone: 9765 0000

Primary School Phone: 9765 0032 


St. Mary’s is a co-educational Catholic primary school catering for students from K-6. 

All primary subjects are taught together with targeted support and extension program students within their classes. St. Mary's offer specialist programs in Science, Art, Drama, French and Physical Education and has a strong focus on using technology resources to enhance curriculum opportunities.

The school has dedicated staff and a supportive and active parent community. St Mary's offers a diverse, engaging and challenging curriculum in a spirit of compassion, understanding and encouragement.

For more information:

Phone: 9765 1333

YMCA Early Learning Centre

YMCA Boyup Brook Early Learning Centre provides an education and care service for children aged 0 – 5 years, currently operating 3 days per week. We are conveniently located in the ‘family stop centre’ between the pharmacy and local Community Resource Centre, right in the center of town.

We have a huge outdoor play area, and our unique indoor / outdoor verandah area, means we are able to spend a large portion of our day outside. Our small, home-like service is centred around our strong farming culture and an appreciation of local, natural environments, with a focus on play based learning through natural and recycled materials. Our single spaced indoor environment, also allows for us to be one of the few Early Learning Centres that area multi-age, meaning all our children, and siblings are able to play and stay together.

As we value each of our children and families highly, YMCA WA has a developed a dedicated curriculum for learning, aptly named the Approach to Learning, which is based on three fundamental beliefs of: Building capacity, developing the whole child, and providing high quality, evidence and research based practise. Each centre operates its programs independently which means they have the flexibility to provide a comprehensive program depending on the children’s interests and needs – educational and emotional – in a fun, safe, caring and trusting environment.

YMCA WA, is also proudly accredited as a child safe organisation, with YMCA Boyup Brook Early Learning centre also being acknowledged as a sun safe centre by the Cancer Council.

For more information:

Visit: 84 Abel Street, Boyup Brook




Rylington Park Institute of Agriculture is situated on 600 hectares and is located 27km  from Boyup Brook on the Cranbrook Road, Mayanup. The farm operates primarily in the area of management of research by other organisations.

In 2003, the establishment of new partnerships with the Blackwood Valley Landcare Zone Inc., Water & Rivers Commission, Agriculture WA and CSIRO has instigated an exciting new phase in the development of Rylington Park.

Education is an important part of the charter and in 1997 Rylington Park created a sheep husbandry skills course for Boyup Brook District High School students. Later adding a sheep management course and viticulture skills course. All the courses are tutored by industry members and practically assessed. Other courses such as shearing, wool classing, landcare and silviculture are also delivered on a regular basis.

For more information:

Phone: 9765 3012 / 0429 375 609




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