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 Innovators' Tea Party Presents a series of career webinars with women in STEM. All high school students, their parents & teachers are welcome to register for these FREE webinars.
Is your child attending NASHS next year for year 7? A reminder that enrolments are due back to the front office before the cut-off date of Friday July 24, 2020. If you have any questions please contact the school on 98 920 611
Mr Cunninghams students have been busy designing and creating with wood and metal.
The Albany City Library is offering free 24/7 online homework help. Studiosity can help with online subject specific tutoring to support students in year 7 to 12. For more information Click Here Or contact Dora Adeline / Youth Services Librarian at the Albany City Library.
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