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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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Telstra Tech for STEM Regional Scholarships

Congratulations to the Year 11 Students who were selected to receive a Telstra Tech for STEM Scholarship. The scholarship provides these students with a device to assist them in furthering their STEM education, preparing them for the potential future of work in a STEM career. 

Well done to Aqidah Abdullah, Johnathon Cripps, Billie-Jo French, Zachary Fruhstuck, Maddi Garrity, Omar Imran, Elle Penny, Austin Quartermaine, Shadiyah Sidiqq, Nikita Thornborough, and Leila Zakaria.

Telstra Tech for STEM Regional Scholarships

Congratulations to the Year 11 Students who were selected to receive a Telstra Tech for STEM Scholarship. The scholarship provides these students with a device to assist them in furthering their STEM education, preparing them for the potential future of work in a STEM career.

Well done to Aqidah Abdullah, Johnathon Cripps, Billie-Jo French, Zachary Fruhstuck, Maddi Garrity, Omar Imran, Elle Penny, Austin Quartermaine, Shadiyah Sidiqq, Nikita Thornborough, and Leila Zakaria.
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For the last 2 weeks, Years 8 to 12 Home Economic students have enjoyed cooking from the produce grown in the Home Economic garden as their first & second recipe of the year. Our sincere thanks go to the dedicated gardeners who have been taking care of our veggie patch throughout the summer holidays. This year, we have a very bumper crop of zucchini, eggplant, cucumber and tomatoes. 

The delectable delicacies prepared by students are 
- Year 12 dehydrated the tomatoes and prepared zucchini roses and eggplant lasagne.
- Year 11 practised knife skills and made zucchini brownies and zucchini fritters.
- Year 11-12 Children Family & Community made zucchini slice, walnut & zucchini muffins and baba ghanoush.
- Year 9 made Zucchini fritters, 
- Both groups of Year 8 made chocolate chip & zucchini muffins and spaghetti meatballs in homemade tomato pasta sauce.

Anyone wanting any recipe, please feel free to contact Home Economics.

For the last 2 weeks, Years 8 to 12 Home Economic students have enjoyed cooking from the produce grown in the Home Economic garden as their first & second recipe of the year. Our sincere thanks go to the dedicated gardeners who have been taking care of our veggie patch throughout the summer holidays. This year, we have a very bumper crop of zucchini, eggplant, cucumber and tomatoes.

The delectable delicacies prepared by students are
- Year 12 dehydrated the tomatoes and prepared zucchini roses and eggplant lasagne.
- Year 11 practised knife skills and made zucchini brownies and zucchini fritters.
- Year 11-12 Children Family & Community made zucchini slice, walnut & zucchini muffins and baba ghanoush.
- Year 9 made Zucchini fritters,
- Both groups of Year 8 made chocolate chip & zucchini muffins and spaghetti meatballs in homemade tomato pasta sauce.

Anyone wanting any recipe, please feel free to contact Home Economics.
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Our Home Ec department is looking for anyone with a surplus of plums. Please call 9891 1100. Thank you, Sushila Malik.

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Year 11 & 12 Food Science & Technology students enjoyed their first cooking lesson of the year. Thanks to our hard working gardeners who provided the opportunity for students to try out home grown organic zucchinis and tomatoes.
Year 12 dehydrated the tomatoes yesterday and made zucchini roses today. It was very interesting and fine recipe. Year 11 thoroughly enjoyed zucchini Brownies. 
Mrs Malik

Year 11 & 12 Food Science & Technology students enjoyed their first cooking lesson of the year. Thanks to our hard working gardeners who provided the opportunity for students to try out home grown organic zucchinis and tomatoes.
Year 12 dehydrated the tomatoes yesterday and made zucchini roses today. It was very interesting and fine recipe. Year 11 thoroughly enjoyed zucchini Brownies.
Mrs Malik
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BUSH RANGER CADETS – STARTING WEEK 3

Bush Rangers is a free program open all students in Years 7-12. They meet from 3:10-5:15pm each Tuesday and go on a weekend camp once a term. 

The aim is to encourage people to help look after the environment while learning new skills and having fun. Activities include tree planting, hiking, bike riding, kayaking, camping, rubbish clean ups, bush craft, cooking, swimming and more!
 
Notes available soon, Miss Watson

BUSH RANGER CADETS – STARTING WEEK 3

Bush Rangers is a free program open all students in Years 7-12. They meet from 3:10-5:15pm each Tuesday and go on a weekend camp once a term.

The aim is to encourage people to help look after the environment while learning new skills and having fun. Activities include tree planting, hiking, bike riding, kayaking, camping, rubbish clean ups, bush craft, cooking, swimming and more!

Notes available soon, Miss Watson
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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.

(08) 9891 1100

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