Carine Senior High School, Carine

Name: Carine Senior High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 51 Everingham Street
Town: Carine
Postcode: 6020
State: Western Australia
Region West Coast
Phone: 08 9243 9100
Fax: 08 9448 5421
Pupils: 1304

Carine Senior High School is a co-educational secondary school, located in the north west suburbs of Perth close to the ocean and approximately 15 kilometres from the city centre. The school was established in 1973, reaching senior high school status three years later. Since that time, the school has achieved an enviable reputation for strong academic achievement and firm discipline.

Carine Senior High School represents the very best that government schools have to offer. The community, students and staff are justifiably proud of its reputation. The school has a very high student retention rate, an experienced staff and an active School Council, made up of students, parents, staff and community members.

The mission of the school is 'to encourage students to maximise their potential within a caring and ordered environment'. All students are encouraged to participate in the variety of opportunities offered by the school. The pursuit of excellence is fostered in all fields of endeavour. Honours are awarded to those who achieve highly. These titles are proudly displayed on the student's school windcheater (top).

Carine Senior High School has developed a strong values based curriculum which emphasises the responsibilities of all community members whilst celebrating achievement and difference. Loyalty and a sense of belonging are major attributes of current and past students and staff. 


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