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Welcome to Esperance Senior High School

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School is open for students!  All students (except those with a medical exemption) are now back at school. The Residential College has re-opened.

Home Learning page - everything you'll need to manage learning at home, including the latest school announcements.

While the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve we feel it is important as a school community to provide you with support and information to best support your family.

Supporting Mental Health during the coronavirus outbreak:

We appreciate that our families are facing uncertainty and will undoubtedly be feeling anxious and concerned. Here are some useful documents and links:

A guide to services available to young people in WA

Parents, Carers and Families

Young People (Secondary School)

The Mental Health Commission has also compiled a comprehensive list of additional resources and mental health supports for this time.


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Welcome to Nyungar Country​​
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White women and white men
Welcome Esperance Nyungar

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 936 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 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.


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Latest News

School Ball

School Ball
16 May 2017

The 2017 Winter Wonderland Ball was a great success. Pictured here are Belle and Beau of the Ball - Sage Robb and Chloe Jackson.

Wagin Woolorama

Wagin Woolorama
15 March 2017

Eleven students attended this year's Wagin Woolorama.

International Womens Day

IWD - Renee Passell and Michell de Lacey
9 March 2017

Esperance SHS celebrated International Women's Day. Pictured here are staff members Renee Passell and Michelle de Lacey. Extraordinary staff members always willing to go the extra mile for our students.