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Extra Curricular Activities
Students at Katanning Senior High School have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of extra-curricular activities relating to sports, academics, culture, the environment and the arts. These activities are advertised through newsletters and notes as to when they are available and who is eligible to participate. The information below relates to programs which run for the whole year.
After School Learning Centre
The Learning Centre is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:20 to 4:30pm in the library. All students are welcome to come along to use the library resources, work on group assignments or get help from teachers.
Bush Ranger Cadets
Bush Rangers is a free program open to all high school students which is funded through Cadets WA and the Department of Parks and Wildlife. The program aims to encourage students to learn about the natural environment and be involved in practical conservation projects. At Katanning Senior High School the Bush Rangers meet on Tuesday afternoons from 3:15 – 5:15pm and are involved in a range of activities including gardening, cooking, orienteering, survival skills, camping skills, recycling and removing rubbish and walking. We also aim to offer a camp each term where we can interact with different environments. For more information contact Sarah Watson through the school.