Some important dates - NASHS office will close on Friday 20 December and re open on Tuesday 28 January 2020. On Thursday 30 January & Friday 31 January staff will be participating in professional learning and final preparations for the start of the school year on Monday 4 February.
Come along and hear the latest NASHS & ASESC P&C information in the NASHS library early next year - entrance to the library from the front bus bay area.
Where did 2019 go? The year has brought plenty of highs and none better than Ronan and Rahiem Nuggett completing year 12. These two young men have completed a journey of 5 years of high school, boarding school and add to that, a different climate, culture and language. Well done to these young men.
Year 7 councillors recently toured the Albany Waste and Resource Education Centre. A rubbish audit on the school’s new recycle bins was also completed to help NASHS become more sustainable in the future. Thank you to Mr Brad Waldren and Ms Rachel Pontin for their time and skills.
Spencer Park Dental Therapy Centre will be closed from Friday 20th December 2019 until Tuesday 21st January 2020. Read more for emergency dental contacts.
We expect to be very busy on this day and the P&C is seeking volunteers to help with customer service. If you are available to assist during the day on Thursday 30 January 2020 between 10am and 4pm your help would be greatly appreciated. Please call or text Karen Petty on 0419 903 291Thank you.
On Tuesday 3rd December Keys For Life students attended an excursion to the Albany Health Campus. The excursion is called the P.A.R.T.Y. program (Prevent Alcohol and Risk Related Trauma in Youth).
The Year 12 Presentation Evening was held on Friday 22nd November at the Albany Entertainment Centre. It was wonderful to see the year 12s again after an eight week absence and to hear about all the adventures they have planned for the upcoming year.
Congratulations to our top year 12 students for 2019. Apryl Oreo won the NASHS ATAR Dux award and Alaura Bradley was the winner of the NASHS VET dux award.
The Student Council met last Wednesday at the City of Albany library for a planning day. We are excited to bring new initiatives in 2020 with year 12s taking on new leadership portfolios. Our team is looking forward to a year of exciting events and welcoming our new year 7s to our community.
In 2020 NASHS will be forming a partnership with the Wirrpanda Foundation to become a host site for the Deadly Sister Girlz Program. This will be replacing the North Albany SHS Rising Albany Yorgas program (RAY).
Mr Gordon Bishop & Ms Beth Hewson recently attended the annual Maths Association of WA Conference (MAWA) with guest speaker Mr Eddie Woo. Mr Woo is best known for his online math lessons published on YouTube. Ms Hewson & Mr Bishop will share the innovative strategies with the NASHS Maths Dept.
The NASHS uniform shop opening hours are as follows for the remainder of the year and beginning of next year. Online orders also welcome.
The State Government announced a new, Student Mobile Phones in Public Schools policy to take effect from the start of Term 1, 2020. NASHS is currently working on the implementation of this new policy. Parents and students will be informed of the details before the end of this year.
Have you ever wondered which school buses are available in your area? Or what the difference is between the orange and green school buses? There are lots of different bus routes in Albany, covering all parts of town and servicing all schools. This map will show which buses are operating near you.
Students in Year 10 are currently choosing courses for Year 11 2020. If you are on an ATAR pathway and planning to choose Mathematics Aplications, Methods or Specialist you will require a Casio Classpad. Read more for online ordering instructions.