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Katanning Senior High School serves a multicultural and linguistically diverse community including Afghani, African, Burmese, Chinese, Karen, Malay, Maori, Noongar and Thai. We celebrate and respect individual differences and work in harmony to ensure success for all students. We are the senior high school of choice for the great southern region.

A unique learning environment

Engaged Learning

At our school, your child will have the opportunity to engage in a challenging and comprehensive educational program within a caring and nurturing school.

Individual Approach

Your child’s individual academic and social needs will be met within a school that values achievement, respect, tolerance, and perseverance. Our professional and experienced teachers are committed to ensuring that all students strive to excel.

Community Partnerships

At Katanning Senior High School, the success of our students is demonstrated by direct entry into university, apprenticeships, traineeships or employment. Graduates from Katanning Senior High School achieve in many different areas including business, academia, trades, teaching and human services.

Rise to the challenge with bush rangers

The mission of the Bush Ranger Cadet program is to support young Western Australians to take an active and lead role in the conservation of the natural environment and to understand the mechanisms for its management.

Developing creativity and critical thinking through STEM

Lower school students have one lesson a week in the STEM room where they develop their capabilities in critical and creative thinking as they learn to: generate and evaluate knowledge, clarify concepts and ideas, seek possibilities, consider alternatives, and solve problems.

Get a head start with vocational pathways

With the Great Southern Trade Training Centre on site, KSHS Students get an early start towards a Vocational Pathway in the Automotive and Engineering Industries if they choose to. The facilities include vehicle hoists, CNC Plasma cutter, CNC Lathes, and Miling Machines, Hydraulic guillotine and Pan brake and a host of Welding Technologies.

Follow the dream

Katanning Senior High School offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students the opportunity to participate in the Follow the Dream: Partnerships for Success program (FTD).

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Today the Student Leadership Group volunteered to serve lunch to the seniors at their annual Christmas luncheon.

Today the Student Leadership Group volunteered to serve lunch to the seniors at their annual Christmas luncheon. ... See MoreSee Less

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You all did a wonderful job today, πŸ‘we seniors appreciate your friendly kind service, well done πŸ‘

Great work !!!!

On Tuesday 11 students made the trip to Albany to compete in the interschool athletics carnival. Even though some KSHS students were over awed by the size of some of their competition, they competed well in many events coming away with many top three finishes. A big congratulations to all students who were involved! A special well done goes to Harry Harris in Year 9 for winning the runner up champion boy for his age group, and Liam Nell for smashing the Year 7 shotput record. A special thanks goes to Mr Treloar for driving the bus and keeping us all entertained, and Teana McRoberts for all her help throughout the day!
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On Tuesday 11 students made the trip to Albany to compete in the interschool athletics carnival. Even though some KSHS students were over awed by the size of some of their competition, they competed well in many events coming away with many top three finishes. A big congratulations to all students who were involved! A special well done goes to Harry Harris in Year 9 for winning the runner up champion boy for his age group, and Liam Nell for smashing the Year 7 shotput record. A special thanks goes to Mr Treloar for driving the bus and keeping us all entertained, and Teana McRoberts for all her help throughout the day!
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Awesome work Team KSHS!

Well done everyone πŸ‘πŸ‘

Wow fantastic news, well done all πŸ‘πŸ‘

Well done πŸ‘πŸ‘

My gorgeous granddaughter x

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Katanning Senior High School would like to thank Ian Hanna for his dedication and support of the School Board over the past seven and a half years. As both a Parent and Community Representative, your opinions and input were very much appreciated.

Katanning Senior High School would like to thank Ian Hanna for his dedication and support of the School Board over the past seven and a half years. As both a Parent and Community Representative, your opinions and input were very much appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Ian for all that you have done for KSHS in your role as a Parent and Board Chair and Secretary over many years. Your contribution has been invaluable to our school and local community.

Great job IanπŸ₯³

Well done Ian πŸ‘πŸ‘

Congratulations Ian. πŸ’šβ˜˜οΈ

Well deserved Ian

Congratulations Ian. A fantastic effort. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Well done Ian πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

Ian's a legend! What service!

Well done ian

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How Much Mulch Might some Mighty Bush Rangers Move when Motivated by Ice Cream? A truckload!

Thanks to Bev @friendsofpiessepark and Katannning for the end-of-year celebration sausage sizzle. We enjoy our sessions contributing to caring for Piesse Lake.

How Much Mulch Might some Mighty Bush Rangers Move when Motivated by Ice Cream? A truckload!

Thanks to Bev @friendsofpiessepark and Katannning for the end-of-year celebration sausage sizzle. We enjoy our sessions contributing to caring for Piesse Lake.
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On Wednesday two teams of Year 8 students competed in First LEGO League in Albany. They had to present an Innovation Project as well as build and code a LEGO robot to complete challenges. Our students showed great teamwork and perseverance and placed 4th and 8th (out of 18) in the robot games; a fantastic outcome for our first go in this competition.

On Wednesday two teams of Year 8 students competed in First LEGO League in Albany. They had to present an Innovation Project as well as build and code a LEGO robot to complete challenges. Our students showed great teamwork and perseverance and placed 4th and 8th (out of 18) in the robot games; a fantastic outcome for our first go in this competition. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fantastic work Team KSHS β€οΈπŸ’™

Well done KSHS. Claire Groves Matt Groves

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This week KSHS held Transition days for Year 6 students from our feeder primary schools. The students visited nine different classes in two days to prepare them for moving into our school in 2024.

This week KSHS held Transition days for Year 6 students from our feeder primary schools. The students visited nine different classes in two days to prepare them for moving into our school in 2024. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you, it was a very well run and useful two days!

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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we live and work, the Goreng Noongar peoples and their Elders, past present and emerging.

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