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1362.6 - Regional Statistics, Tasmania, 2005  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/08/2003   
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The number of full-time non-government students in Tasmania in 2002 was 20,842. Of these, more than half, 57.8% (12,041), attended non-government schools in the Greater Hobart-Southern Region.

In 2002, of all non-government students, 5,628(27.0%) attended schools in Hobart, the highest number for all local government areas in the state. A number of local government areas had no non-government schools for students to attend.


FULL-TIME NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOL STUDENTS, Tasmanian local government areas - 2002(a)
Primary
Secondary
Total

Local government area

no.

no.

no.

Greater Hobart-Southern
Brighton
207
-
207
Central Highlands
-
-
-
Clarence
1,136
594
1,730
Derwent Valley
179
-
179
Glamorgan/Spring Bay
-
-
-
Glenorchy
829
1,764
2,593
Hobart
2,210
3,418
5,628
Huon Valley
359
194
553
Kingborough
789
362
1,151
Sorell
-
-
-
Southern Midlands
-
-
-
Tasman
-
-
-
Total
5,709
6,332
12,041

Northern
Break O'Day
10
6
16
Dorset
-
-
-
Flinders
-
-
-
George Town
139
93
232
Launceston
1,744
2,141
3,885
Meander Valley
123
9
132
Northern Midlands
-
9
9
West Tamar
440
248
688
Total
2,456
2,506
4,962

Mersey-Lyell
Burnie
502
639
1,141
Central Coast
474
276
750
Circular Head
243
81
324
Devonport
395
592
987
Kentish
-
-
-
King Island
-
-
-
Latrobe
170
60
230
Waratah/Wynyard
187
16
203
West Coast
204
-
204
Total
2,175
1,664
3,839

Tasmania

10,340

10,502

20,842

(a) The non-government schools data includes head campus information only. Subsidiary campuses are not included.
- nil or rounded to zero

Source: Department of Education, Science and Training.


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