A parent or legal guardian applying to enrol a child in a government school completes an Application for Admission (enrolment) form.
Complete one form for each child and attach proof of your usual place of residence. An example of this is a utilities account (electricity, water or telephone) showing your name and usual place of residence.
Parents/guardians must ensure that their child's birth certificate, immunisation records, school reports from the previous school, and any Family Court orders or parenting plans registered with the Family Court, are provided at the time of enrolment.
Submitting an Application for Admission does not mean that the school has accepted the enrolment. The Principal takes into consideration the existing and projected effects of the application on classroom accommodation space and whether an appropriate educational program can be provided for your child at the school. The school Principal will notify you if your application is accepted.
Term 1: Monday 3 February - Thursday 9 April
Holiday Break: Friday 10 April - Monday 27 April
Term 2: Tuesday 28 April - Friday 3 July
(Tuesday 28 April is 'pupil free')
Holiday Break: Saturday 4 July - Sunday 19 July
Term 3: Monday 20 July - Friday 25 September
(Monday 20 July is ‘pupil free’)
Holiday Break: Saturday 26 September - Sunday 11 October
Term 4: Monday 12 October - Thursday 17 December
(Monday 12 October is 'pupil free')
Students should not arrive at school before 8:20am except for teacher supervised activities.
Classes commence at 8:40am. Hence, students need to arrive at school by 8:30am in order to be ready and on time to class.
8:40am – 9:40am
9:40am – 10:40am
10:40am – 11:00am
11:00am – 11:25am
11:25am – 12:25pm
12:25pm – 1:25pm
1:25pm – 1:50pm
1:50pm – 2:50pm
Bus Routes 518 and 519 service Harrisdale SHS.
|518 from Cockburn Central||518 to Cockburn Central|
|518 from Murdoch||518 to Murdoch|
|519 from Armadale||519 to Armadale|
|519 from Murdoch||519 to Murdoch|
French is available for students with the interest and aptitude for the study of a language other than English. Accepting a place in the program requires a three-year minimum commitment (for Years 7, 8 and 9). As French is an elective subject, students will study fewer other elective subjects in the Arts and Technology learning areas. An ‘Expression of Interest’ (EOI) form for students seeking to study French is included in the enrolment package and a selection process is applied for placement in the class. Students’ EOIs will be reviewed based on their school reports, NAPLAN results and school-based literacy assessments.
We offer a beginner band (classical music) program from Year 7. Placement in the program is subject to the results of the Department of Education’s music aptitude test, confirmation of a three-year minimum commitment to the program (for Years 7, 8 and 9), and participation in choir and ensemble before and/or after school each week. As Music is an elective subject, students will study fewer other elective subjects in the Arts and Technology learning areas.
Contributions are set according to the Department of Education policy, with the maximum amount not exceeding $235 for students in Years 7-10.
In addition to the parent’s contribution of $235 toward covering the cost of resources for their child’s curriculum, additional charges are incurred for materials, services and facilities provided in optional components of an education program, such as excursions, camps and consumables.
Details will be provided to you prior to your child’s start date. Charges and Contributions for all years should be settled by the end of February of the new school year, or as soon as possible during Term 1.
Methods of Payment – EFTPOS, Credit Card, Centrepay, Direct Debit, BPAY and Direct Deposit.
If you wish to enter into a Payment Plan Agreement, please contact the finance officer.
A booklist will be provided to you prior to your child’s start date. You can purchase your stationery online via the link that will be provided, or purchase like items from a supplier of your choice.
The booklists for each year group can be found under the Helpful Information tab.
Please refer to information about the uniform under the Useful Information section of our website.
Please note that our uniform supplier does not sell school shoes. Students are required to wear black shoes – no variations – available from a range of shoe retailers. Slip-ons are not permitted.
The Harrisdale SHS uniform is available from Uniform Concepts Super Store, 1/35 Biscayne Way, Jandakot. Initially, the uniform should be purchased from the store. Purchasing in store allows students to try on the uniform to ensure a comfortable and correct fit.
Online ordering is available by visiting the following link https://www.nellgray.com.au/Schools/Harrisdale-Senior-High-School.
Yes, a leasing option is available. Stott and Hoare are able to facilitate flexible payment options for an education specific service with FlexiRent (a subsidiary of FlexiGroup Australia and an ASX top 200 listed company).
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Students who are currently in Department of Education schools are able to access Microsoft Office for FREE. Information on how to download the software will be provided to students at orientation day or the start of next year, when they have their device.
Our uniform supplier, Uniform Concepts stocks reliable backpacks. Information and useful tips on how to help your child manage their school bag can be found under the Useful Information Tab.