Parents & Students

  • Enrolments

    To enrol at Katanning Senior High School please telephone for an appointment with the relevant Program Coordinator.  School information is given to new students including our Enrolment Form, Medical Forms and Subject Handbook.  The Enrolment form is required to be completed before the student’s details can be placed on our data base and a timetable […]

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  • OLNA

    Want to know about the OLNA? Some students in Years 10 and 11 are about to sit the second round of the OLNA. You may have heard about it, but are not sure what it means to your child. OLNA is the acronym for the Online Literacy and Numeracy Assessment, which some students will use […]

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  • Transition

    Katanning Senior High School runs a transition program each year for the students from feeder primary schools which begins in Term 2 and continues in Term 4. The program includes an Academic Extension Program, school visits by KSHS staff to the primary schools, primary school classes visiting KSHS on designated Transition days and the Orientation […]

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  • Term Dates

    2017  TERM DATES – STUDENTS  Term 1 Wednesday 1 February – Friday 7 April Term 2 Wednesday 26 April – Friday 30 June Term 3 Tuesday 18 July – Friday 22 September Term 4 Tuesday 10 October – Thursday 14 December   TERM DATES – TEACHING STAFF  Term 1 Monday 30 January – Friday 7 April […]

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  • Timetable & period changeover

    Monday Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri Form 9.00 – 9.10 9.00 – 9.10 P1 9.10 – 9.55 9.10 – 10.05 P2 9.55 – 10.40 10.05 – 11.00 Recess 10.40 – 11.00 11.00 – 11.20 P3 11.00 – 11.45 11.20 – 12.10 P4 11.45 – 12.30 12.10 – 1.05 Lunch 12.30 – 1.10 1.05 – 1.40 P5 […]

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  • Calendar

    Please click here to view our school calendar on SOBS.

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  • P&C Association

    The Parents & Citizens Association is the parent/guardian’s organisation.  It is an excellent way to keep informed of school activities, to learn about what is planned to improve educational outcomes, and to directly assist in  developing the best educational facilities possible for our students.   All families are invited to attend the school Parents and […]

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  • Canteen

    Open: Monday to Friday – morning recess and lunchtime. Lunches must be pre ordered prior to Period 1. The school canteen is owned and managed by the KSHS P&C Association. The canteen offers students and staff a wide range of nutritious foods and drinks. The canteen is a service to students and requires parent/guardian assistance […]

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  • Uniform

      Uniform items are available from – Sportspower, Clive Street, Katanning   School Dress Code Katanning Senior High School, through it’s School Board, Student Leadership and P&C Association, has chosen to have a designated School Uniform for the following reasons; School Uniform Enhances a sense of belonging, equality and community spirit Promotes a positive image […]

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  • Forms / Handbooks

    Each year, Charges and Contributions statements, Personal items Lists (student supplies required) and Parent Packages are posted to enrolled students at the end of November each year to advise of the following years subjects chosen, costs and requirements. 2018 Information 2018 Senior School Handbook   2017 Information 2017 Quick Guide 2017 Student Information Book 2017 Year 7 […]

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  • School Bus Service

    To apply for Student Transport Assistance contact School Bus Services for all enquiries; www.schoolbuses.wa.gov.au schoolbus@pta.wa.gov.au (08) 9326 2625    

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  • Behavioural Code of Conduct

    This Code of Conduct is provided to ensure that Katanning Senior High School is a safe, clean and orderly environment which is conducive to learning.   Attendance Students are required by law to attend school regularly, and provide an explanation for any absences. Punctuality Students are expected to arrive punctually to all lessons. It is […]

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  • Charges and Contributions

      Contributions and Charges support a wide range of courses available to students, enables quality instruction to be delivered and enriches the basic curriculum. The school relies on contributions and charges paid by all families and failure to pay your contributions and charges places a large burden on the school community.  By paying school fees, families […]

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  • WACE

    The Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) is a certificate that demonstrates significant achievement over Years 11 and 12. The WACE Requirements Achievement of the WACE acknowledges that at the end of compulsory schooling the student has achieved or exceeded the required minimum standards in an educational program that has suitable breadth and depth. From […]

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