Margaret River Senior High School is a vibrant school that aims to maximise the full potential of all our students. The school is regularly placed in the “top performing schools” awards that recognises schools in Western Australia with exceptional student achievement in both tertiary and non tertiary pathways of study. At Margaret River Senior High School we believe that a quality education is not just about academic achievement but also about nurturing, encouraging and challenging our students to be active and responsible contributors to our community. Our aims are to provide an education:
- For the whole person
- At levels above expected standards
- That enables students to participate in the world beyond school.
Our experienced and dedicated staff provide an exceptional curriculum that is diverse, challenging and caters for the wide range of our student needs. A comprehensive list of Upper School programs provided by the school is listed below: ATAR – Direct University Entrance Subjects:
|Human Biological Sciences||Mathematics – Specialist||Mathematics|
|Physical Education Studies||Computer Science|
Vocation and Education Training Certified Courses:
|Certificate II – Sport (Coaching)||Certificate II – Building and Construction|
|Certificate II – Business||Certificate II – Information Technology|
|Certificate II – Outdoor Recreation||Certificate II – Rural Operations|
|Certificate III – Arts and Contemporary Craft|
I am proud to be the principal of a school that forms an integral part of the Margaret River community.
The purpose of our school is to ensure that the academic, creative, social and personal potential of each student develops to the highest possible level.
We aim to achieve our purpose by developing and displaying the following values and attributes:
- Respect – Respect for self, others and the environment
- Motivated students
- Literate and Numerate students
- Resilient and adaptable students
- Students who aspire for excellence
- Prepared to successfully participate in community membership, education/training and work engagement
Administration: (08) 9757 0700
Student Services: (08) 9757 0795