If you need to update contact details for NASHS it can be easily done on the NASHS website. Fill out the form here or from the NASHS homepage under the Parents tab, then press submit.
Elijah Medling and Jack Day had progressed from the great southern regional heats, winning their division for the senior boys U18's Bodyboarding. They went on to compete in the State finals held in Perth on Friday 28th August.
The North Albany Clontarf Academy held their annual Employment day. The employment day is an excellent opportunity for Clontarf students to gain insight into employment. The day consisted of visiting three Clontarf partners they were Water Corporation, Officeworks and K Mart.
The Albany Public Library through funding from Rio Tinto has been able to arrange additional tutoring for students for free.
Each year NASHS sends a team to participate in the State Cross Country Championships. However, due to Covid-19, the traditional event was cancelled and instead School Sport WA held a virtual cross country carnival which involved students running 3km on a set day and then submitting their times.
In Week 5 this term, 13 year 10 students participated in a Try-a-Trade program held at south Regional TAFE. They experienced plumbing, bricklaying, electrical and carpentry. The students represented the school well and impressed the lecture.Photo Gallery
NASHS Healthy Drinks Campaign. Do you know how much sugar is in that drink?
The Keeping Kids in Schools Campaign [KKIS] has operated in Albany for several years now and involves the Department of Education, The WA Police, the City of Albany and the Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The NASHS Mental Health and Wellbeing Committee is made up of staff from Student Services, the Physical Education Department and the School Nurse. The group works together to develop and oversee the NASHS whole school approach to the promotion of positive mental health to both its students and staff