Morley Senior High School, Noranda

Name: Morley Senior High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 19-43 Bramwell Road
Town: Noranda
Postcode: 6062
State: Western Australia
Region Swan
Phone: 08 9376 5555
Fax: 08 9375 1246
Pupils: 924

Strong academic success, highly regarded sports programs and a wide variety of extra curricular activities characterise the schooling available to all at Morley Senior High School. The commitment to learning, excellence, equity and care is reflected in the School's motto, 'Together We Achieve.'

Learning - Learning is just not associated with academic improvement at Morley Senior High School. We are particularly concerned with the holistic development of students. Programmes of learning and extra-curricula activities are designed to enhance students' academic abilities, physical and mental health, social well-being as well as improving their understanding of their civic and community responsibilities.

The school is committed to providing a safe environment to ensure that each individual can fulfil her / his learning potential. Developing active and discerning citizens is a fundamental ambition of all staff at Morley Senior High School. 


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