In case you missed it, take a trip down memory lane with the graduating class of 2017 in this awesome video.
Over the past week, we have had the opportunity to formally farewell our Year 12 2017 graduating class. Both the Valedictory Dinner held last Friday evening and Wednesday’s Valedictory Assembly were wonderfully joyous and uplifting occasions signaling the end of formal schooling for our most senior students. Of the 65 students honored at the assembly on Wednesday, 16 commenced their […Read more]
Congratulations to all on the completion of a successful and busy term. I wish all our students and their families much health and engaging experiences during our two-week break. It is a wonderful opportunity to refresh and relax with family beyond the routines of school. Best wishes. Howard West | Acting Head of School | Head of Secondary
We have supported a number of international assessment competitions where our students compete against many thousands of students across the region. Last month, we were given the results of the ICAS Science competition. In addition to those excellent outcomes, two students have also been awarded medals. Receiving the medal indicates the very highest level of achievement within the top end […Read more]
Bronze Awards are given to Secondary students who demonstrate an outstanding achievement or make a valuable contribution to an aspect of school life. Silver and Gold awards are awarded upon an accumulation of Bronze Awards. Below is a list of Secondary students who received awards at the 22 September assembly. First Surname Year H Class Robert Ashby 11 W Bronze […Read more]
On Wednesday 13 September, Year 1 students had a day of celebrating and reflecting on their Integrated Studies topic, Insects! It was a jampacked day of exciting experiences from watching a ‘Bug’s Life’, to being part of a Quiz (with buzzers, the actual music from Who Wants to be a Millionaire). To cap off the morning, delicious snacks of minibeasts […Read more]
Many people think that Mathematics is only relevant for a brief period of time, up until students leave Year 12, after which it can be filed in the recesses of the brain and forgotten. In fact, many students continually ask: “Where are we going to use this in real life?” and “Why do we need to learn this?” Beyond our […Read more]
AISHK has a proud tradition of hosting leading Australian and international authors, and this week we were thrilled to welcome Scot Gardner. Hailing from Victoria, Scot is a highly regarded, award-winning author of seventeen works of fiction, including best-sellers The Dead I Know and White Ute Dreaming. Scot thoroughly entertained English classes from Years 8, 9, 10 and 11 with […Read more]