P & C Association

The Applecross Senior High School Parents and Citizens Association provides a forum where anyone interested in students’ welfare can meet to discuss educational issues.

The Objects of the Association are to promote the interests of Applecross Senior High School through:

  • cooperation between parents, teachers, students and members of the general community;
  • assisting in the provision of resources, facilities and amenities for the school; and
  • the fostering of community interest in educational matters.

The Parents and Citizens Association:

  • gives parents/guardians an opportunity to learn about the school’s policies and programs;
  • organises ways in which parents/guardians can share in shaping and developing school policies;
  • brings parents/guardians together to share information and views;
  • assists the school in building positive attitudes to students and their families; and
  • helps raise funds to provide extra resources.

Members

PresidentKerri Gur
Vice President & WACSSO LiaisonJarred Scagliotta
SecretaryNarelle Pearce/Genevieve Scagliotta
TreasurerRob Oliver

Meetings

The Parents and Citizens Association’s general meetings are held in the Conference Room, commencing at 6:00 pm and concluding by 7:30 pm. Dates for the Parents and Citizens Association meeting can be found by viewing the School Calendar.

Projects

The Parents and Citizens Association have been involved in numerous projects to support the school.

  • Clean-up to school grounds.
  • Assistance and supported a number of School celebrations.

Upgrades to:

  • The area surrounding the swimming pool.
  • Gymnasium Foyer.
  • School PA system.
  • Rear entrance of the School.

Grants have been provided to:

  • School Library.
  • Music program.
  • Specialist Tennis.
  • Gifted and Talented Education: Visual Arts.
  • School Chaplain.
  • Senior School Tutorials.

Traditionally covered by the P & C:

  • Citizenship award – $500 (NB increased from
    $200)
  • Year 11-12 Revision classes – $13, 000
  • Chaplain – $2000
  • Student Services – $1,200
  • CORE camp – up to $15,000
  • Canteen Art Award – $400

2023 Funding

  • the School Chaplain
  • Year 11 and 12 Revision Classes
  • Canteen Art Award
  • Class of 2023 Graduation Sash gifts
  • Clearing the Air (Vaping Education) program for Years 7-10
  • Man Up workshops for Year 9 boys
  • The Sharing Shed to support Year 9 girls
  • new cheerleading uniforms for Year 7 and 8 girls
  • subsidising the cost for students to attend CORE camp
  • new table tennis table for Year 11 students
  • installation of soft fall in the Year 7 area

2022 Funding

  • Years 7 and 8 (SAER students) Art Therapist – $4,000
  • Year 7 additional lockers – $14,250
  • Year 9 Table Tennis Table – $9,894 (this is an all
    weather metal outdoor construction)
  • Student Councillors Leadership Program – $4,345
  • Cheerleading Uniform – $3,400
  • These ‘items’ are in addition to the money
    already approved for the Hospitality Café –
    $110,580.

For further information, please contact the Principal, Paul Leech.