Horsham West Primary School has welcomed new teachers and staff members this year.
Principal Brendan Bush said the Wimmera was a good place for people to launch their teaching careers.
"There are great opportunities in Horsham and at other schools in the region," he said.
"Most of the schools value mentoring and have really good induction programs.
"The new teachers have all enjoyed their classes.
"They are starting to establish themselves in the school too."
Mr Bush said the West campus's new teachers and staff members included Wimmera people who retrained as teachers.
"Stephanie Eagle is originally from the Wimmera and taught in Ballarat last year," he said.
"Teacher Russell Marland is from St Arnaud and teacher Caitlin Story is from Horsham.
"Emily Guglielmotti returned to the Wimmera; she was a speech therapist and is now a teacher.
"Stacey Hallam is from the Wimmera and years ago she was an integration aide at our school, so she has returned to us.
"Simon McKinnon is from Horsham and he's an integration aide for students who need special support."
Grade five-six leading teacher Craig Amos said the school wanted to encourage students to become leaders.
He said school captains went through an interview process and were chosen by teachers, while house captains were chosen by their peers after demonstrating their leadership skills to classmates.
"These processes give students the opportunity to showcase their skills," he said.
"We value this and feel it is an important part of what the school does."