Contact Applecross SHS

Contact Applecross SHS


Links Road
Western Australia


(P)+61 8 9314 9393


Important News

Important News

National Summer Art Scholarship - National Gallery of Australia

Upon our return to school Perry gave us the news that he had been selected and attended the National Gal


Guest Speaker - Glen Gerreyn HOPEFUL INSTITUTE

On Friday 550 of our Year 7 and 8 students were able to be addressed by Glen from the Hopeful Institute on “Finding their Purpose”.

Year 9 and 10 Awards Assembly

Congratulations to the current Year 9 and 10 students who were recognised for their outstanding achievements in 2018.


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Last night the Applecross A team won the boy's Slazenger Cup defeating Perth Mod 4-0 in the final, winning the WA Champion school tennis event for Year 10-12 students. The boys Applecross D team also made the Mursell Shield final. Well done boys!

Congratulations go to four Applecross Senior High School students on being selected for this year’s annual Year 12 Perspectives Exhibition, held at the Art Gallery of WA. Tina Han, Annie Huang, and Julian Hausknecht (along with Tara Rees) are seen here with John Day; MLA Minister for Planning: Culture and the Arts as well as one of this year’s judges; artist Abdul-Rahman Abdullah. Abdul was himself represented in the same exhibition in 1994 and is also an Applecross Senior High School Special Art Graduate. Imogen Spiers-Wilkes was absent. The exhibition will run until 13th June 2016.

Monday 21st March at 7.30pm - Applecross SHS Board Room - Please come along and join us at the next P&C General Meeting.  At this meeting we will be discussing the school’s wish list of items to be considered for P&C funding and your input is welcome. 

The Board Room is located in the Administrative Block.  Entrance is off Links Road.

For any queries or to obtain an Agenda for the evening, please contact Cath Standing via

The Applecross SHS girls teams completed a clean sweep of events at the 2016 WA Champion Schools tennis events. Today they came 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the Slazenger Cup and also won the Mursell Shield. Well done girls!


Congratulations to Kate Loveday, Harry Booker and Daisy Trang who are off to Sydney on Wed to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition. A FIRST® Robotics Competition team consists of high school students typically aged 14 - 18. These students have to work together to design, build, program and drive robots. In building their robot and doing all the other things that go with an FIRST® Robotics Competition team, students learn valuable life skills like teamwork, collaboration, public speaking, technical science and engineering skills, Gracious Professionalism®, and others. Helping them are their adult mentors including industry engineers, school teachers, university lecturers, university students, FIRST alumni and others. These mentors use their experience to teach, guide and shape the students through the FIRST® Robotics Competition program.

The game this year is called FIRST STRONGHOLD and is played by two alliances of three teams each. Alliances compete against each other to breach their opponents’ defences, known as outer works, and capture their tower. They score points by crossing elements of their opponents’ outer works, scoring boulders in their opponents’ tower goals, and surrounding and scaling their opponents’ tower itself. The Australia Regional 2016 competition is on 17, 18, 19 March at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre.

Photo: Kate Loveday, Robot 5663 and Harry Booker. Absent Daisy Trang


Outward Bound Australia is an independent, not-for-profit outdoor education organisation that exists to empower people to discover, develop and achieve their full potential as individuals and future leaders. The Navigator program uses the wilderness and adventure based activities to build integrity, responsibility, resilience and compassion in 15-17 year olds. The core outcome is Striving To Be The Best You Can Be. 

Their programs have again been approved as Provider Developed Endorsed Programs with the WA School Curriculum and Standards Authority. Students completing a School Holiday Navigator Program will receive 2 unit equivalents towards their WACE. Participation in a school program is worth 1 unit equivalent.

For more information or to register online go to  Footage of some of the activities undertaken on our programs can be viewed here

Click here to view all program dates and fees.


2016 boys WA Champion schools winners and runners up. Well done to Applecross A and B who made the final of the Herbert Edwards Cup, with Applecross A victorious. Well done also to the Applecross F team who were runners up in the Division 2 event.

Parents of Year 7 students were eager to attend an afternoon tea held on Monday 29th February. This was an opportunity for them to meet teachers in an informal setting, before Parent/ teacher interviews later in the term.

Learning areas displayed their teaching programs for the year and also samples of work completed by students so far this year.  There were also samples of Design and Technology projects on display.

Parents and students alike were entertained with musical items by a number of the school Music students and tours of the recently completed Year 7 (North) Block were conducted by members of the school Administration. This area is where the majority of Year 7 classes are held.

The Year 8 Student Councillors ably served afternoon tea to both parents and teachers, while the students were treated to an icy pole from the Canteen.

It was a wonderful opportunity to initiate positive communication between Applecross Senior High School and Year 7 parents and is one of the many ways that we foster “Parents as Partners” in their child’s education at Applecross Senior High School.

To view more images please visit our facebook page.

WA Champion Schools winners!! Girls Herbert Edwards Cup. Congratulations to Applecross A and Applecross B who came first and second in this years Herbert Edwards Cup.