Senior School News


Year 9 to 10 parent information evening will be held on Tuesday 14th August at 7pm in the James Nestor Centre.

A Parent Information Evening – Managing Exam Stress is being held on Murdoch’s South Street Campus this Wednesday 15th August at 6:00pm.

Parents of Year 10 -12 students are invited to join us to learn about helping their child manage stress as the examination period can be a challenging time for all students.

Registration is free and light refreshments will be provided on the evening. To register, please visit the Parent Information Evening – Managing Exam Stress event page.


You'll learn about:

  • Understanding your child's exam stress
  • What to expect during their exam period
  • Different techniques to help your student manage their stress


Hear from Murdoch University's Gaston Antezana on the night. Gaston has worked as a clinician in Australia and overseas in different settings including schools, universities, mental health agencies and private practice for over 15 years. He is currently a lecturer in the Master of Counselling at Murdoch University and manages the clinical placements, including providing clinical supervision at Caladenia Counselling clinic.

Attached you will find an electronic advert and poster which include the dates of our remaining Parent Information Evenings. We’d appreciate your support in distributing this information to your school community.

Our Parent Information evenings aim to provide you with the right tools and information to confidently support your child’s journey into tertiary education. To see the full list of Parent Information Evenings visit



On Tuesday 19 June two enthusiastic teams of Year 12 Chemistry students ventured off to compete in 2018 RACI TITRATION STAKES in Resources and Chemistry Precinct at Curtin University of Technology between 5.00 - 8.00 pm.

The competition is designed to encourage students who enjoy Chemistry, particularly its practical side, to develop their skills and to reward those who attain a high level of proficiency. Every secondary school in the metropolitan area plus interested country schools was invited to enter two teams consisting of three members each.

Each team had one and a half hours to complete all titrations, carry out all calculations and hand in result sheets. Both of our teams performed well and competed successfully with a high degree of accuracy.

Congratulations to Jonathan Lim, Domenico Rotendo, Sarah Ho and Sammy Taylor.