Contact Applecross SHS

Contact Applecross SHS

Address

Links Road
ARDROSS 6153
Western Australia

Phone

(P)+61 8 9314 9393

 

Important News

Important News

Robocup State Finals

In early August, seven Applecross students were entered into the Perth State Robocup Challenge. There were a variety of competitions and we entered both the Open Maze category and the Novice Performance Category.

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The Applecross SHS Music Department presents Paragon

Come watch our talented Year 11s and 12s perform, both CONTEMPORARY and CLASSICAL, SOLOS and small GROUP ITEMS.

 

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News

Congratulations to all of the Applecross Senior High School Tennis students who participated in the East Fremantle junior tournament last week. Some of the results below:
Boys 16 & under singles: 1st Austin Vos, 2nd Steven Ilic, 3rd Nigel Lee
Boys 14 & under singles: 3rd Seb Dobbs
Girls 14 & under singles: 1st Tonya Glogowski-Watson, 2nd Xinyi Zheng, 3rd Jaime Edwards.
Doubles wins also in the Boys 16 & under doubles and Girls 14 & under doubles.

Merry Christmas to the Applecross Senior High School Community. Wishing you a safe and happy New Year. 

Over the next couple of weeks, there will be a handful of Applecross SHS tennis students competing in the December Showdown - the Australian National Tennis Championship, which will be held at Melbourne Park, the home of the Australian Open.
Entry in to this tournament is extremely hard to achieve, with 64 of Australia's top junior tennis players chosen to compete based on their national ranking.
Congratulations and good luck to the following students who will be competing;
Skye Royall
Helena Jokanovic
Casey Tay
Madeleine Yeats
Samantha Yeats
Luna Jokanovic
Reuben Giorgio
Jaime Edwards
Hayley O'Donnell
Ellyse Wilson
Madelaine Muller-Hughes
Kaylene Chong

Congratulations to Jia Ho Pow and Holly Emslie on their selection of  Head Boy and Girl for 2016.
 

 

“Thank You” to the teachers of the 24 Care Groups which participated in the Student Representative Council’s Salvation Army Christmas Hamper Appeal, and to staff who have made a contribution of food or other goods.  The photos below show most of the food and about half of the toys/gifts contributed. The representatives of the Salvation Army who came along were thrilled at Applecross’s contribution, and said if every school made a similar contribution, that would keep their food supplies going until next October. So whether your contribution was big or small, every bit has contributed to making our effort worthwhile and helping the Salvos to make Christmas a lot happier for many families.

The winning Care Group was Miss Don’s class (8A1), which contributed an amazing 127 items!

 
 
 
 

Write a book in a day began in 1985 by the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writer’s Centre, the oldest writers’ centre of its kind in Australia. The competition is open to primary, secondary, Open and corporate teams consisting of 5 – 10 people per team.

Today Applecross SHS hosted the 2015 awards ceremony. The winners had to write a book in 12 hours, in a chosen venue, sometime between  1 April – 31 August 2015.

The Year 11 team from Applecross called Mirror Image, submitted a book called The Love Doctor. Although not a winning entry, the team were very helpful at the ceremony coordinated by Ms Veronica Lake, Head of English.

The annual School Board Open meeting will be held on Monday 26 October at 6pm in the Library. All are welcome at this meeting. Light refreshments will be served.
 

The school was privileged to have a visit from the Minister for Education, Hon Peter Collier today.

The Minister was met by head prefects Tina Waddell and Toby Smith and then went on to teach a lesson on Civics and Citizenship to the Year 10 HASS Extension class which was well received by some very excited students.

School Board Chair Phil Marshall, and P&C President Denis Brown accompanied the Minister on a short tour of the new buildings which are to be handed over to the school next week.

Minister Collier finished his visit to the school by writing a message in chalk on an original black board which has been preserved from a classroom in the original buildings dating back to 1958. This historical artefact will now be displayed behind a glass wall for the wider school community to appreciate. 

Year 7 to 11 students return to school on Tuesday 13th October to commence Term 4.

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