Welcome to Keira High School

Keira High School is a comprehensive, co-educational school with an emphasis on academic achievement. Keira High School is situated in Wollongong. The school has a long tradition of delivering quality public education to the community since 1917.



Year 7 Gala Day

Due to the extreme weather conditions expected for Friday 2nd November, the Year 7 Gala Day has been cancelled. We are committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all students at Keira High School.





opens Thursday, May 24


7th annual exhibition


Project Contemporary Art Space


255 Keira St Wollongong


Click here for full details





Keira High sisters Sara and Aya Al Arnoos


Read about their journey from Syria to Wollongong


Illawarra Mercury article





School Plan

Details of Keira High's School Plan for 2018 - 2020 can be found here.


Annual Report

Annual School Report - school reports are published in May for the preceding year. Keira High's Annual School Report for 2017 can be found here.




Year 7 Parent Evening


Year 7 students and their parents joined staff for an informal evening on Tuesday, Feb 27 to allow teachers to gain a more personal understanding of their new students.



Many thanks to the SRC for the sausage sizzle and to Mrs Deb Burford, P&C President, for her role in yet another highly successful Keira event.


HSC successes


Congratulations to all of Year 12 from 2017. In particular we applaud our 'Distinguished Achievers:


Dana Behan

Nataniel Birchall

Olivia Correani

Natasha Forte

Rebecca Gonchee

Jason Nguyen

Tempany Pickering

Andre Rodrigo

Elise Sperring

Tanya Storey

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Leadership Ceremony

Principals, student leaders and their parents from across the Keira Community of Schools participated in an outstanding leadership ceremony on Tuesday Feb 27.

Student leaders from each of our public schools were introduced to the audience and interviewed by one of Keira's captains.


School Swimming Carnival


After an exciting day of competition, Acacia house, with 999 points, triumphed narrowly over Waratah house with 993 points. Banksia swam in third with 875 points followed by Boronia with 830 points. This was one of the closest carnivals in many years and, most notably, the first time Acacia has won the school swimming carnival since 1995.



In a traditional event prior to the carnival, students from each house elected their house captains for the year. These student leaders are:



Andrew Nguyen and Natalia Luzaic



Andrea Hayes and Daniel Lumley



Nicolas Park and Mikaela Trincado Covarrubias



Aaliyah Sigabalavu and Thomas Wiley



Gonski Reforms


New South Wales was the first Australian state to agree to the 'Gonski' national educational reforms. Read the Premier's announcement.



Procedures and criteria regarding enrolments for 2017 can be found here.


Parents & Citizens

P&C news can be found here.

Current  Newsletter

Download the latest Keira High Newsletter.

Upcoming Events

Follow this link for upcoming events.


Students can now access careers information on the Keira High careers website.