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Links Road
ARDROSS 6153
Western Australia

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(P)+61 8 9314 9393

 

Important News

Important News

2019 Anzac Student Tour

Congratulations Eva Mustapic on this wonderful achievement.

 

Click here for the Media Statement.

 

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Parliamentary Poetry Competition

Ria Cutt from the Year 9 Academic Extension HASS class was invited to lunch at Parliament House for being named as one of the three state finalists in a Poetry Competition about the WA Parliament.

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Congratulations Eva Mustapic on this wonderful achievement.

 

Click here for the Media Statement.

 

Ria Cutt from the Year 9 Academic Extension HASS class was invited to lunch at Parliament House for being named as one of the three state finalists in a Poetry Competition about the WA Parliament. While a Year 12 student from Southern Rive College was the overall winner, Ria was able to invite her mother and fellow Year 9 students Jeeya Sehgal, Harrison Edgar and Eva Mustapic to  see the announcement of the winner by the Honourable Kate Doust President of the Legislative Council and Dr Harry Phillips who was formerly the Chief Examiner for Year 12 Politics and Law as well as a long serving University Academic. Congratulations Ria.

 

Mr Brad Snell - HASS Teacher

 

 

More photos can be found on our Facebook page.

The presentation to the winners of the Western Australian prizes for the National History Challenge were held at Applecross Senior High School on Saturday October 27th. Although we had no winners this year, the History Association of Western Australia appreciates the efforts of Mrs Campbell, Mr Lloyd, the Arts Department and especially our Canteen Manager Mrs Millar in making the day a success. Two members of our Year 10 Academic Extension class also helped on the day. Lilli Coulson, a Year 10 Student Councillor and Renee Keating, who was a finalist last year, had the chance to meet the Honorable Samantha Rowe MLC who was representing the Education Minister at the awards. Congratulations to all the winners and their families.

Brad Snell - HASS Teacher

 

 

Congratulations to former student Joel Wynhorst, who has been awarded a prestigious scholarship by Global Voices to represent Australian on the world stage in talks on climate change and gender equality.

 

Click on the following link to view the article.

https://www.pressreader.com/…/melv…/20181016/281513637119726

 

Congratulations to the following winners of the Specialist Tennis Program Raffle

 

1st Prize 2 Nights Accommodation at Crown Towers Perth in Premier Club Suite, Plus a $500 Crown Gift Card Stanley De Zoysa
2nd Prize Lemair Wine Storage Cooler/Cabinet Coen Hall-Grande
3rd Prize $250 Tennis Only Voucher John Stedman
Bookseller's Prize 2 x Gold Class Move Tickets Kate Ralli

 

Today we held our Final Assembly for our Year 12 students. Congratulations to those students who won subject awards today. Congratulations also to our Year 12 Councillors for their tireless work around the school this year.

Subject Award Winners:

The Arts Presented by Steven Armitstead
Design Photography ATAR Mali Merttens
Design Photography General Britney Aliivaa
Drama ATAR Samantha Burt
Drama General Lili Wilton
Music General Tess Dwyer-Long
Visual Arts ATAR Isabel Bereczky
Visual Arts General Kathleen Lazuardi
   
English Presented by Peter Count
English as an Additional Language/Dialect ATAR Yuwen Ch’ng
English ATAR Carolyn Roe
English General Chloe Davison
Literature ATAR Julia Hanrahan
   
Health & Physical Education Presented by Lee Jarvinen
Certificate II Sport and Recreation Tonya Glogowski-Watson
Health Studies ATAR Amy Rae
Physical Education Studies ATAR Amy Rae
   
Humanities & Social Sciences Presented by Ben Kelly
Accounting and Finance ATAR Tess Dwyer-Long
Ancient History ATAR Mali Merteens
Ancient History General Chloe Davison
Career and Enterprise ATAR Alexia Husin-Ali
Career and Enterprise General Genevieve Miller
Economics ATAR Harry Booker
Geography ATAR Madelyn Cook
Modern History ATAR Niamh McConney
   
Languages Presented by Charisma Valerie and Sumika Nishikawa
French Second Language ATAR Anita Loschiavo
Japanese Second Language ATAR Julia Hanrahan
   
Mathematics Presented by Robert Nesa
Mathematics Applications Tess Dwyer-Long
Mathematics Essential Alex Hatzivasiliou
Mathematics Methods Brendan Shedley
Mathematics Specialist Brendan Shedley
   
Science Presented by Aniela Wooldridge
Biological Sciences Brooke Marshall
Chemistry Brendan Shedley
Human Biological Science Brendan Shedley
Physics Brendan Shedley
Psychology William Murphy
   
Technologies Presented by Darren Payton
Applied Information Technology - General Tal Landsman
Automotive Engineering and Technology – General Sam Giraudo
Certificate II in Visual Arts – Woodwork Tom Liang
Certificate III in Engineering – Technical Rojan Zedeh
Food Science and Technology: Hospitality – General Xinyao Liu
Materials Design and Technology Metals – General Victor Yaita-To
   
Vocational Education and Training/Careers Presented by Fran Van Oyen
Certificate II in Business Jake Eyers
Certificate III in Business Megan Dunbar
Workplace Learning Talia Sadak

   

      

Student Councillors:

 

Mira Bautista Sarah Gelmi
Emile Classen Natasha Main
Hannah de Fonseka Ella O’Leary – Head Girl
Daniel de Lima - Head Boy Sam Wende
Andrew Lim – Deputy Head Boy Rojan Zadeh – Deputy Head Girl

     

Photos can be found on our Facebook page.

 

On Saturday 13th October 2018, twenty-one French students accompanied by their two teachers, Ms Aurore Boulogne and Ms Christelle Roussel, arrived in Perth. The host families were all waiting eagerly for them at the airport and the AXSHS Welcome Team made quite an impression.

The French visitors participated in various activities on their first day at school. They tried Vegemite and crackers, beef jerky, lamingtons and some Tim Tams. Their reactions were hilarious, however they were keen to try them all and give feedback on the food they tried. Afterwards they played games and had conversations in English with the Year 8 French class students. The visitors also did a school tour while others had conversations in French with the Year 7 students. They also attended a welcome morning tea and watched an Australian movie on the same day.

Their two week program comprises of a variety of classes (drama, dance, fitness & French) and several excursions. The French visitors are immersing themselves in the Australian lifestyle and embracing the idea of staying with an Australian family over the next two weeks to discover Australian school life.

 

 

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Sarah Parry from the HASS Year 9 Academic Extension class was recently presented with a book by the Honourable Pierre Yang MLC for the South Metropolitan Region at a Year 9 assembly on behalf of the Premier as a result of her short story entry in the Premier’s Student Competition. The theme of the competition was the celebrating the end of the Centenary of Anzac. At the same assembly, Mr Yang acknowledged another Year 9 HASS Academic Extension student, Ria Cutt, who has reached the final three in the State in a poetry based competition run by the Western Australian Parliament. Ria has been invited to lunch at Parliament House along with three of her classmates on November 2nd where the overall winner will be announced. She was completing a violin exam at the time of the assembly but Mr Yang is looking forward to meeting her at Parliament House to offer his congratulations in person. Well done to both students.

 

 

Alicia Ross-Adams (Year 9) and Hannah Cumming (Year 7) have been selected to take part in Girls Takeover Parliament this International Day of the Girl. On Thursday the 11th of October, Alicia will be taking over from Stephen Price as Member for Forrestfield, and Hannah will be taking over from Lisa O'Malley as Member for Bicton.

Girls Takeover Parliament WA is an innovative program that pairs girls with parliamentarians to takeover their office responsibilities for the day. The program aims to ensure girls voices and opinions are heard. Girls Takeover Parliament seeks to change the existing structures that continue to hold women and girls back, while encouraging young women to pursue leadership opportunities and exposing leaders to fresh perspectives.

We are sure that they will be an exceptional representative for Applecross Senior High School, Girl Guides WA, and girls all over WA. Congratulations to both girls on this wonderful opportunity.

 

 

 

 
This week we had a special thank you lunch for our helpers at the Breakfast Club. This has been a regular part of the role of our hard working School Chaplain, Andy Saxton. He is helped by students, some teachers from Student Services as well as Mrs Jane Herd. A large number of students come every Friday before school to enjoy the food and to socialise with their friends all for the cost of a smile.
 
Brad Snell - Year 12 Coordinator
 

 

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