Contact Applecross SHS

Contact Applecross SHS

Address

Links Road
ARDROSS 6153
Western Australia

Phone

(P)+61 8 9314 9393

 

Important News

Important News

2020 Year 12 Final Awards Assembly

This morning we held the 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

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Students return date for Term 4

REMINDER:

School returns for students in Year 7-11 on Tuesday 13th October.

Year 12 ATAR students return to school on Wednesday 14th October.

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Term 3 Commences for Students

REMINDER: School returns for students on Wednesday 22nd July.  Students can view their timetable via SEQTA (see photo “SEQTA Learn - Student Timetable”).  Should your child be absent from school, please note the new absentee SMS (0436 282 030) and email address (

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UN Women International Women's Day Breakfast

In order to celebrate International Women’s Day, this year, the Year 12 Leadership team attended the UN Women International Women’s Day Breakfast on Wednesday the 4th of March. We had the opportunity to hear from some fabulous speakers and panelists that are working with the UN on their 2020 campaign: “Generation Equality”; demanding equal pay; an end to sexual harassment and violence against women and girls; and, their equal participation in politics and in decision-making in all areas of life. This year was the first year that Applecross’ Head Boy and Deputy Head Boy came along, as we feel it is important for all people to be included in the conversation around female empowerment.

We were presented with some confronting statistics on the day: over 500 million girls and women worldwide are illiterate, and women and girls constitute an astonishing two-thirds of the world’s illiterate population. It reinforced the gratitude we all feel to be educated with such great support in a privileged area like ours. The breakfast included speeches from people working with the UN Women’s Second Chance education program, including the CEOs of Sisterworks and Real Futures; companies that are both looking to increase women’s involvement in the workforce through education.

It was an incredible, eye-opening experience for us all, and we’re looking forward to seeing how we can work to carry out these important messages in our school environment.

— Lilli Coulson, Head Girl