Albany Senior High School has created this COVID-19 section on our website to keep our community up to date with the necessary information to support your learning at home. Click here to head to our page.
Loves Bus Services will be operating until 9 April as usual unless otherwise directed by School Bus Services. Loves will notify if the circumstances change. Take care, Tim Harris Manager Loves Bus & Taxi Service
All TransAlbany School Services will not operate as of next week until further notice. Please see the attached notice. Justin Goldsmith Operations Supervisor – Albany Depot
For the latest information on how to download Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for your student, head to our Office 365 page, click this link and follow the instructions.
Connect information guides for parents have recently been updated.You can find this information on our website by heading to Connect under the Parents tab.
We are now publishing information, resources, and activities to maintain good health and wellbeing at home for you and your children. This is now available on Student Services page.
To help your student cope with the stress during the (COVID-19) outbreak, read the attached document from the World Health Organisation.
To read the latest Student Services Newsletter, click here and scroll to the bottom of the page and follow the links.
We celebrated International Women's Day as staff with a breakfast hosted by our Chaplain and Year 12 Prefects. To read more, read the article under School Events.
Albany SHS Cleans Up! Students at Albany Senior High School had their eyes opened to the many ways of reducing waste during Clean Up Australia Day activities. To learn more about their commitment, head to our School Events page on our website.
Our Chaplain was able to spend a few days hanging out with a wonderful bunch of Year 7 students at Camp Kennedy. To find out about how wonderful her experience was, head to her report on our website, Chaplain's Corner.
As part of the History unit some Year 10s are completing, students visited the Albany Memorial Cemetery to investigate it as a source of historical information. To follow their journey, head to our HASS page.
All Year 9 students participated in learning more about local Aboriginal culture. It started at the Albany Noongar Centre where local elder, Harley Coyne introduced the day and handed over to brother, Lester Coyne to ‘welcome students to country’. To read the full story, head to our HASS page.
The late Bonnie Hicks, who is the donor of the Humanities and Social Science Award, donated some great books for our students to benefit from. To see the list of books, head over to our HASS page.
On Thursday, 19 March 2020, a small group of Albany Senior High School Year 9 and 10 students presented their resolved artworks from the 2019 Term 4 Corndarup Art Extension Project. To read the report and see photos, head to over to the Visual Arts website page.
Our new Technology classroom space, Tech 2, is the result of combining the seminar room with the old photography room. To read more about this wonderful space, head to our Technologies website page.
On the 3 March 2020, the Year 12 General Health Studies class were lucky enough to go to the Albany Hospital to attend the P.A.R.T.Y Program. To read about their experience and see photos, head to our Health and Physical Education page.
On Thursday 12 March 2020, some talented students entered the STAWA SYNERGY Solar Car Challenge at North Albany Senior High School. To see how our ASHS students performed, head to our Science page.
This term our NON-ATAR bound year 10 Science students have been concentrating on safe laboratory practices and the process of fermentation. To see some of their tasty results and read more, head to our Science page.
The 2020 ASHS Swimming Carnival took place on Thursday, 12 March with approximately 100 students in attendance. To see who came out victorious, head over to our Physical Education page and follow the link for all the carnival news.
Calling all Staff and Students! To celebrate International Women's Day during the month of March, we are collecting unused, full size toiletry items (Shampoo, Body Wash, Conditioner) for our local Women's Refuge. Bags will be put together on 1 April. Drop off at Student Liaison Office, at ASHS.
A reminder for all Year 10 students to please return their signed consent forms by the end of this week. If you have any queries about the Immunisations, please contact our School Nurse by phone on 9841 0408 or email email@example.com.
The book, Albany Senior High School The First 100 Years 1918 - 2018, is now available for purchase from the Student Liaison Office for $20. If you would like more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the school on 9841 0444 and select option one.