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Welcome to Esperance Senior High School

About Us

Esperance Senior High School is a year 7 to 12 regional school on the south-east coast of Western Australia.

The school has a population of around 985 students and a strong culture of academic, vocational, cultural and sporting excellence. Student achievements consistently reflect the school’s vision: Esperance Senior High School, a strong community, creating opportunities for personal excellence.

The school comprises a multi-campus partnership between the Esperance Senior High School Education Support Centre, the Esperance Residential College, and the South Regional TAFE.

The Junior Campus for the year 7 and 8 students, the Senior Campus for the year 9 to 12 students, including an industry-standard Trades Training Centre, and the off-site 800 hectare school farm also form part of the school’s multi-campus educational facilities that offer students a wide variety of school based and community supported programs. Such opportunities help the students to transition successfully through high school to university, TAFE or employment.

Announcements

ESHS Solar panel electricity generation.

2017 Planner

New Library page

The Esperance SHS Canteen now has an on-line ordering option. Click here for more information.

Smiling Mind - Creating healthier, happier and more compassionate people. A not-for-profit organisation making mindfulness meditation accessible to all.
Writing Competitions now open.

Write 4 Fun
Make Your Own Story Book
Tim Winton Award for Young Writers
Heywire

August 2nd 6pm ATAR Parent Information Session - library
August 3rd 6pm VET Parent Information Session - library

“All schools in Australia, including Independent and Catholic schools, will participate in the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability every year.
 

The Data Collection is an annual count of the number of students with disability receiving educational adjustments to support their participation in education on the same basis as students without disability.
 

All education agencies are now required under the Australian Education Regulation 2013, to provide information on a students’ level of education, disability and level of adjustment to the Australian Government Department of Education.  Data will continue to be de-identified prior to its transfer and no student’s identity will be provided to the Australian Government Department of Education.
 

The collection of this information from states and territories will inform future policy and program planning in relation to students with disability.
 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Phil Reading on 90719555 or the Western Australian Department of Education NCCD Helpline on 0477 741 598.”

Latest News

Try a Trade Day

Try a trade day
21 November 2016

The Trades Training Centre hosted more Try-a-trade days this term. Pictured is Lecturer Kath Brown with Year 10 student Cameron Irvin.

Tournament of Minds

Engineering Maths Team
16 September 2016

Esperance SHS teams performed well at State finals again!

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