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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 program is now in its 3rd year in 2022. In combination with the gifted and talented 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 as seen by the adjacent graphic. Results speak to our success in achieving excellence in education; the data proves our strong leadership in this area. Carine Senior High School was awarded a Certificate of Commendation for excellence in Year 12 outcomes for 2021.

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 school sports and the arts. For more highlights from our community, please follow us on facebook and Instagram.

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•CHRISTMAS PLAY•

The Drama Club has been super busy rehearsing their latest play and it promises to be a heap of hectic fun!

We’re super proud to also have these performances be fully student led from directing, lighting, costume and of course acting - it’s been all their hard work ✨

Come by and check it out tomorrow ~
Performances at 5pm & 6pm
Free entry @ the Performing Arts Centre
🎭
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•CHRISTMAS PLAY•

The Drama Club has been super busy rehearsing their latest play and it promises to be a heap of hectic fun!

We’re super proud to also have these performances be fully student led from directing, lighting, costume and of course acting - it’s been all their hard work ✨

Come by and check it out tomorrow ~
Performances at 5pm & 6pm
Free entry @ the Performing Arts Centre 
🎭

The year 7-10 Girls Cricket Team played off against Kent Street High School in the final of the Perth Scorchers competition last week out at Kent Street College.

After a promising start in the field where Carine took a few early wickets Kent Street ended up posting a formidable score of 4 / 159 off (20 overs). In response Carine got off to a blistering start with Myla Fisher hitting some early boundaries to put Kent Street under pressure. However, the consistent loss of wickets proved costly despite the best efforts of Gabby Ang and Olivia Hawryluk. In response Carine ended up posting a score of 7/116 (20 overs).

Congratulations to the following girls for the spirit in which you conducted yourselves in the matches played this year – Gabby Ang, Olivia Hawryluk, Ailish Mullen, Abi Kemp, Anna Ford, Arianna Yuen, Finlay Reimers, Kirra Ryan, Myla Fisher and Laura Gordon.
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The year 7-10 Girls Cricket Team played off against Kent Street High School in the final of the Perth Scorchers competition last week out at Kent Street College. 

After a promising start in the field where Carine took a few early wickets Kent Street ended up posting a formidable score of 4 / 159 off (20 overs). In response Carine got off to a blistering start with Myla Fisher hitting some early boundaries to put Kent Street under pressure. However, the consistent loss of wickets proved costly despite the best efforts of Gabby Ang and Olivia Hawryluk. In response Carine ended up posting a score of 7/116 (20 overs). 

Congratulations to the following girls for the spirit in which you conducted yourselves in the matches played this year – Gabby Ang, Olivia Hawryluk, Ailish Mullen, Abi Kemp, Anna Ford, Arianna Yuen, Finlay Reimers, Kirra Ryan, Myla Fisher and Laura Gordon.

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Great effort girls 🏏

Sounds like an exciting game, congrats everyone. Every day you play cricket is a great day, no matter the result 😀 🏏

Poetry published in Primo Lux

Two of our year 12 students, Anja Rehbock and Anja Vojinovic, had their poems accepted for publication in the poetry anthology Primo Lux. This anthology is produced by local poet and Literature teacher, Veronica Lake and is in its 19th year. It has poetry from schools across the state written by students from years 10 to 12. The launch of the poetry anthology was on Monday night; Anja Vojinovic also received a prize for Creative Excellence, for her poem “Winter Mourning”.
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Poetry published in Primo Lux

Two of our year 12 students, Anja Rehbock and Anja Vojinovic, had their poems accepted for publication in the poetry anthology Primo Lux. This anthology is produced by local poet and Literature teacher, Veronica Lake and is in its 19th year. It has poetry from schools across the state written by students from years 10 to 12. The launch of the poetry anthology was on Monday night; Anja Vojinovic also received a prize for Creative Excellence, for her poem “Winter Mourning”.

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Bravoooo, sve cestitke❤🥂

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Čestitam.....bravo ❤❤❤

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