Armadale Senior High School is an Independent Public School dedicated to providing students from Year 7 to Year 12 with strong academic achievement and positive engagement. We aim to provide every student with a positive learning experience. We believe in our students and recognise that each is an individual to be welcomed and respected.
Our highly skilled and experienced teaching staff provide a supportive educational experience for every student through a wide variety of subjects and courses. These include English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Home Economics, The Arts & IT, Music, Information Technology, Design and Technology and Physical Education.
We offer an extensive range of nationally recognised vocational education and training courses. Students complete training in industry through workplace learning providing them with the core skills to be job ready. For students who are university bound we offer a comprehensive ATAR program with strong links to Curtin University, ensuring a smooth transition to tertiary education. We also offer three specialist programs in Information Technology, Visual Art and Instrumental Music, allowing students to study and explore their passions.
In 2017 we proudly opened our new commercial kitchen, cafe and upgraded home economics and engineering classrooms. Our new facilities complement our already existing Trade Training Centre (for brick and block laying, carpentry and joinery) automotive workshop, beauty salon, Arts and IT facilities.
Our community values including respect for self, others and the environment are an intrinsic part of our curriculum and central to our school’s culture. Proactive classroom management strategies and a positive behaviour framework are implemented by teachers in all classes. We work closely with parents to ensure that students have a happy, challenging and rewarding school experience.
Established in 1953, Armadale SHS has a rich history of developing students into young adults who are successful in all aspects of life.
Kaya. Armadale Senior High School respectfully acknowledges our school is on Noongar Boodjar, and we offer our respects to traditional custodians of the land – the Whadjuk Noongar people. We pay our respects to the Elders; past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge the contributions of Aboriginal Australians and non-Aboriginal Australians to the education of the children and people in this country we all live in and share together – Australia.