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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 Ranger Cadets

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, students attended a multimedia theatre presentation through the Constable Care Foundation. 

The No Offence multimedia theatre presentation is a film that looks at the real experiences of Australian students, exploring how people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds can experience racism, bullying, and microaggressions. This thought-provoking and impactful incursion, which actively engages students, encourages them to examine diverse perspectives and develop their own empathy and appreciation of cultural diversity in their communities. The program is delivered by a team of skilled and experienced Western Australian actors and facilitators.

For more information on this program, please visit our website: https://constablecare.com.au/program/secondary/youth-choices-programs/

Today, students attended a multimedia theatre presentation through the Constable Care Foundation.

The No Offence multimedia theatre presentation is a film that looks at the real experiences of Australian students, exploring how people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds can experience racism, bullying, and microaggressions. This thought-provoking and impactful incursion, which actively engages students, encourages them to examine diverse perspectives and develop their own empathy and appreciation of cultural diversity in their communities. The program is delivered by a team of skilled and experienced Western Australian actors and facilitators.

For more information on this program, please visit our website: constablecare.com.au/program/secondary/youth-choices-programs/
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COUNTRY WEEK 2024

It has been a massive three days for our squad, with all four teams battling it out against some fierce competition.

The Boys Soccer team started with an inspiring comeback from 2 nil down to draw with Newton Moore Senior High School in their first game. Then, to finish Day 3, the boys pulled off a thrilling 3-0 victory against WACOA Denmark. There have been many highlights, including six goals for Chayce McKenzie so far! The team currently sits at 2nd on the ladder.

The Girls Volleyball team has been busy, winning five out of seven games played so far! This included an impressive three-set win over Grace Christian School on Tuesday. The girls are working exceptionally well as a team and currently sit second on the ladder only by percentage. 

The Boys Basketball team have played well together for a newly formed team coming up against Merredin, WACOA Denmark and Bunbury Baptist College so far. Despite their best efforts so far, the boys have fallen short and will be searching for a win on Day 4. 

The Girls Netball team has shown its skills on the court in four games. They had strong wins against Pinjarra and Bethel Christian School and came extremely close in two matches decided by less than 10 points. The girls currently sit at 4th on the ladder in a tight division, playing 3rd and 5th in games on Thursday.

COUNTRY WEEK 2024

It has been a massive three days for our squad, with all four teams battling it out against some fierce competition.

The Boy's Soccer team started with an inspiring comeback from 2 nil down to draw with Newton Moore Senior High School in their first game. Then, to finish Day 3, the boys pulled off a thrilling 3-0 victory against WACOA Denmark. There have been many highlights, including six goals for Chayce McKenzie so far! The team currently sits at 2nd on the ladder.

The Girls' Volleyball team has been busy, winning five out of seven games played so far! This included an impressive three-set win over Grace Christian School on Tuesday. The girls are working exceptionally well as a team and currently sit second on the ladder only by percentage.

The Boy's Basketball team have played well together for a newly formed team coming up against Merredin, WACOA Denmark and Bunbury Baptist College so far. Despite their best efforts so far, the boys have fallen short and will be searching for a win on Day 4.

The Girls' Netball team has shown its skills on the court in four games. They had strong wins against Pinjarra and Bethel Christian School and came extremely close in two matches decided by less than 10 points. The girls currently sit at 4th on the ladder in a tight division, playing 3rd and 5th in games on Thursday.
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Fantastic photos and great results, well done teams. Hopefully you had a massive send off for Gaspard before he heads home, ending his exchange.

So great to see our school is doing so well there, well done everyone, hope you are all having a wonderful n fun time!

Congratulations and well done Katanning

Awesome congratulations to all

Our Country Week teams were presented at todays assembly. The squad departs on Sunday for a week of competition. Good luck!

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What year groups go to country week Katanning Senior High School ?

Good luck to all teams. Have a great time. 👏👏

Good luck everyone, hope you have a fun n wonderful trip!

All the best to our KSHS teams! Have fun ❤️💙

Good luck Katanning Senior High School

Enjoy and have fun. ☘️💚

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Last year three students were nominated for the Vibrant Futures Awards, a national program recognising Year 11 students who have displayed the values of Integrity and Respect. Congratulations to winner, Terehia Potaka-Osborne, and runners up Harry Forman and William Thompson.

Last year three students were nominated for the Vibrant Futures Awards, a national program recognising Year 11 students who have displayed the values of Integrity and Respect. Congratulations to winner, Terehia Potaka-Osborne, and runners up Harry Forman and William Thompson. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fantastic, thanks for being an inspiration to our younger students!

Great support 🤗 great values Well done to all Students 🤗👏

Absolutely amazing 👏 huge congratulations

Congratulations to you all

Congratulations 👏

Congratulations 🙌

Jodi Thompson congratulations to William 😀

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Awesome. Great pathways.

Great work! ❤️

Congratulations to all the Katanning Senior High School Students who attended the Fuel to Go & Play Association Championships for the Katanning Netball Association on the weekend. 

The Under 14 team won the Grand Final against Collie. The girls pushed extra hard and came out CHAMPIONS by 2 points (19-17)!! Congratulations, girls! It was a sensational win!

Congratulations to all the Katanning Senior High School Students who attended the Fuel to Go & Play Association Championships for the Katanning Netball Association on the weekend.

The Under 14 team won the Grand Final against Collie. The girls pushed extra hard and came out CHAMPIONS by 2 points (19-17)!! Congratulations, girls! It was a sensational win!
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Look out future KSHS Country Week netball teams!! 🤣

Katanning Netball Association

Reconciliation Week at Katanning Senior High School was a vibrant and engaging event that brought students together through creative activities such as face painting and a colouring competition. These activities provided a fun and interactive way for students to foster a sense of community and understanding of the importance of reconciliation. The event highlighted the schools commitment to promoting cultural awareness and unity among its students.

Students showcased their artistic talents and creativity, and the results were impressive. Karley DSouza, Katie McGrath, and Caroline Bouffler were the winners of the competition.

Reconciliation Week at Katanning Senior High School was a vibrant and engaging event that brought students together through creative activities such as face painting and a colouring competition. These activities provided a fun and interactive way for students to foster a sense of community and understanding of the importance of reconciliation. The event highlighted the school's commitment to promoting cultural awareness and unity among its students.

Students showcased their artistic talents and creativity, and the results were impressive. Karley D'Souza, Katie McGrath, and Caroline Bouffler were the winners of the competition.
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This week, the Student Leaders are running Tug-of-war competitions at lunchtime. Yesterday, Condeena and Strathglen won two matches each and Barloo and Glenroy won one match each. Houses earn 50 points per winning match. The boys also beat the girls two matches out of three. The games will continue on Wednesday and Friday.

This week, the Student Leaders are running Tug-of-war competitions at lunchtime. Yesterday, Condeena and Strathglen won two matches each and Barloo and Glenroy won one match each. Houses earn 50 points per winning match. The boys also beat the girls two matches out of three. The games will continue on Wednesday and Friday. ... See MoreSee Less

As a part of the Year 9 Career Taster Program, KSHS held a Mindflight7 incursion. Using cutting-edge virtual reality technology, students were able to immerse themselves in career exploration and try their hand at various workplace skills such as forklift driving, working in confined spaces, hairdressing, scuba diving as a marine biologist and even heart surgery! Mindflight7 encourages students to start thinking about potential careers that align with their interests and the pathways they need to take to attain their dream job. The presenters challenged the students to step out of their comfort zone and develop new skills and interests.

As a part of the Year 9 Career Taster Program, KSHS held a Mindflight7 incursion. Using cutting-edge virtual reality technology, students were able to immerse themselves in career exploration and try their hand at various workplace skills such as forklift driving, working in confined spaces, hairdressing, scuba diving as a marine biologist and even heart surgery! Mindflight7 encourages students to start thinking about potential careers that align with their interests and the pathways they need to take to attain their dream job. The presenters challenged the students to step out of their comfort zone and develop new skills and interests. ... See MoreSee Less

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