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Proud 2021, 2022 and 2023 recipients of a Certificate of Commendation for Excellence in Year 12 Outcomes

Our school became an Independent Public School in 2015 and has since been leading academic performance from years 7-12 through the recruitment and development of highly effective program coordinators, teachers and support staff. Our vision is to seek excellence in education. We do this through individualised student pathways, which are consistently reviewed and adapted to ensure the best possible outcomes for all students. The school plans and consults with families, universities and vocational training facilitators to help students achieve their best possible results for their futures.

Our Gifted and Talented (GATE) program is now in its 4th year in 2023. In combination with the GATE program, we offer a suite of tailored learning programs including direct instruction literacy and numeracy classes. Wellbeing is an overarching priority where we have a large team of support staff and wellbeing targeted events for students.

The focus for Carine academically continues to be sustained high performance. Our results speak to our success in achieving excellence in education. Carine Senior High School was awarded a Certificate of Commendation for excellence in Year 12 outcomes for 2021 and 2022; testament to our strong leadership in pathway support for students.

A new $32 million dollar building program is underway to provide facilities for the projected growth of the school and to upgrade existing facilities ensuring a modern and enjoyable learning environment. We are a competitive school in sports and the arts. For more highlights from our community, please follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

We are a school of choice for pre-service teachers. To view more information, please visit our Pre-Service Teacher Page.

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Some awesome photos captured from our Y7 dodgeball tournament hosted recently by C3 Youth! Thanks so much for coming, the students had a great time. ... See MoreSee Less

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Some awesome photos captured from our Y7 dodgeball tournament hosted recently by C3 Youth! Thanks so much for coming, the students had a great time.

Please join us in a combined community career expo on the Churchlands SHS Campus on July 18. This is a fantastic opportunity to access over 35 vendors all in the same space. Please register using the Try Booking link: www.trybooking.com/CSAEA ... See MoreSee Less

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Please join us in a combined community career expo on the Churchlands SHS Campus on July 18. This is a fantastic opportunity to access over 35 vendors all in the same space. Please register using the Try Booking link: https://www.trybooking.com/CSAEA

Another exciting round of debate to finish off the qualifying rounds of the competition. Make up debates (for postponements) will continue into Week 10 and need to be completed before the draw for Finals is announced.

Sadly Juniors did not get to debate again, winning by forfeit. However they do have a postponement to make-up next week.

Our Seniors narrowly lost to Mount Lawley in a very difficult debate on reintegrative shaming.

Novice were guaranteed one win with a Carine V Carine debate. Novice 2 fought hard, with Aaryan Patel making his debut last night but Novice 1 brought their A-game and clinched the win giving them their 4th win out of 5 debates. Both teams (see picture) were really supportive of each other as well. Novice 3 made a strong argument and came close to defeating their Mount Lawley opponents who are a very strong team and remain undefeated.

While the main rounds of the 2024 competition are done. Novice 1 and Seniors have a chance to make finals, depending on how the make up rounds go, so are eagerly awaiting the release of the finals draw. This is the first competition for most of the students involved and they have received positive feedback and shown real growth in skills and confidence over the 5 rounds. I am sure you are all as proud of them as I am. Debate club has grown beyond these 5 teams and students are looking forward to organising a Carine Debate Showcase and some friendly debates against other schools before the year ends.
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1 week ago

Another exciting round of debate to finish off the qualifying rounds of the competition. Make up debates (for postponements) will continue into Week 10 and need to be completed before the draw for Finals is announced.
 
Sadly Juniors did not get to debate again, winning by forfeit. However they do have a postponement to make-up next week.
 
Our Seniors narrowly lost to Mount Lawley in a very difficult debate on reintegrative shaming.
 
Novice were guaranteed one win with a Carine V Carine debate. Novice 2 fought hard, with Aaryan Patel making his debut last night but Novice 1 brought their A-game and clinched the win giving them their 4th win out of 5 debates. Both teams (see picture) were really supportive of each other as well. Novice 3 made a strong argument and came close to defeating their Mount Lawley opponents who are a very strong team and remain undefeated.
 
While the main rounds of the 2024 competition are done. Novice 1 and Seniors have a chance to make finals, depending on how the make up rounds go, so are eagerly awaiting the release of the finals draw. This is the first competition for most of the students involved and they have received positive feedback and shown real growth in skills and confidence over the 5 rounds. I am sure you are all as proud of them as I am. Debate club has grown beyond these 5 teams and students are looking forward to organising a Carine Debate Showcase and some friendly debates against other schools before the year ends.
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