Aramac State School boasts a rich, hands-on curriculum across primary and secondary school for years Prep-10. Currently there are 53 students enrolled with 41 enrolments in primary school and 12 enrolments in secondary school. The Motto ‘Deeds Not Words’ compliments Aramac State School’s School Wide Positive Behaviour philosophy that to be a learner we must be safe, responsible and respectful – thus focussing on what we’re doing and how we’re doing it as opposed to focussing on words and small talk.
Aramac State School is located in Aramac, Central Western Queensland. Aramac is the original township of the Central Western belt and boasts a friendly and cooperative community, proud of it’s heritage and place within Queensland. The local community is small with the Aramac’s population being 300. The major source of employment is the Barcaldine Regional Council, with some families running their own businesses and running and managing local properties.