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Principal’s Report: Welcome back, students and families, to the 2019 school year. Our values of Unity Knowledge Respect and our commitment to quality educational outcomes continue to be the foundation for our decision making and achievements.
From our Deputy (Years 8-12): Welcome back to all students. I hope everyone had a happy and safe holiday. As always, the new scholastic year is shaping up to be as busy as ever with quality learning and many other extra-curricula opportunities.
See article for a few short organisational reminders:
From our Deputy (Year 7): Dear Families, welcome!
Welcome to high school! I am looking forward to getting to know you and your child and working together to help them succeed and reach their full potential.
Enjoy the photos from the first couple of days …
Welcome Year 7:Year 7 has had a great first week and have settled in extremely well. The students have enjoyed meeting their teachers and attending their new subjects..
This page includes quotes from some of our new Year 7 students and photos from their first two weeks at Kariong Mountains High School.
School News: Highlights from our 2018 Presentation Ceremonies, with special mentions going to the 2017 Dux, recipient of the 2018 Principal’s Award and the 2018 Dux. The primary schools’ music tour and upcoming information evening for Stage 6 Parents are also covered in this section.
Safe Driving: During December 2018, our Year 10 students participated in one module of the mandatory ‘Life Ready’ course concerned with driving safely. This article includes feedback from the Blue Datto organisation, safe driving pledges made by students at the conclusion of the program. Please read the school notices on ‘driving at school’ form and safe driving policies included in this article.
Walking the Kokoda: Former Kariong Mountains High School Student, Jackson Bradney, writes about his experiences walking the Kokoda Trail. The article was originally published in the Oyster Newsletter by Spencer Community Progress Group and we are delighted to be able to share his inspiring account in our first newsletter for 2019.
Community Notices: This issue includes information about workshops at the Peninsula Commmunity Centre, WEP Student Exchange programs, important School Opal Card information and Gosford Tigers JAFC registration information.
NOTE: Current notices, along with supporting information and links can now also be accessed on the Community Notices page.