Welcome to Keira High School
Keira High School is a comprehensive, co-educational school with an emphasis on academic achievement, situated in Wollongong. The school has a long tradition of delivering quality public education to the community of Wollongong since 1917.
For parents/carers regarding the possible impact of infectious diseases on students with pre-existing medical conditions, go here.
Procedures and criteria regarding enrolments for 2015 can be found here.
Expo Evening for Year 7 2015
The annual Expo Evening for propspective Year 7 students will be held on Wednesday March 12. 6:00 to 8:30pm.
For more details, check the flyer or contact the school if you have any further questions.
The annual Sports Assembly was held in the school hall on Wednesday December 11. A complete report on this event will feature in the first full edition of the school newsletter for 2014.
Main quad resurfacing
During the summer vacation the main quad was resurfaced. This was a huge undertaking that was completed just in time for the start of the 2014 school year.
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The resurfacing allowed for the establishment of much additional seating whilst retaining the mature trees which grace the quad with ample shade in summer.
Details of Keira High's School Plan for 2012 - 2014 can be found here.
Follow this link for upcoming events including Clearance Days for Years 7 - 11.
New South Wales was the first Australian state to agree to the 'Gonski' national educational reforms. Read the premier's announcement.
Latest SRC News
SRC reps are working on civics and citizenship initiatives for their years. Each involves a school-based activity for a large number of students followed by community activities for even larger groups.
The SRC reps for each year are the activity leaders. Their Year Advisers and the SRC Advisers provide logistical support.
Year 9 have their Healthy Eating program underway as has Year 8 with a beginning to a refurbishment of the school vegetable garden. Both groups will hand on these promising initiatives to the years following them.
Year 11 had planned to run a 'sleep out' in Term 4 of 2013 to gain a greater awareness of issues faced by the homeless. This event has been postponed due to the large number of events occurring near the end of the year and will be taken on by 2014's Year 11. More information on the combined Year 7/Year 10 'study buddy' mentor program will be available soon.
In other news the SRC has two sponsorships in place on behalf of the entire student body:
Humanitarian - an 8 year old child in Haiti (through World Vision)
More SRC news can be found here.
Parents & Citizens
P&C news can be found here.
Download the latest Keira High Newsletter.