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Welcome to Mount Lawley Senior High School

Located in Perth, Western Australia, and with over 1,300 students, our school campus comprises a Middle School, for Years 8 and 9, and a Senior School for Years 10, 11 & 12.

Established in 1955, we have a vibrant and supportive parent community, and a staff dedicated to providing our students with the best possible education - both academically, and in other aspects of life experience.

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For details about reunions, our Alumni Newsletter and more.

Upcoming reunions we are aware of:

The Old '55 Annual Reunion:

Held at the Charles Hotel (509 Charles Street North Perth) on the 5 May at 5:55pm each year.

The Class of 1959 (aka Old 55) meets informally every year at 5:55 p.m. on 5 May. The date and time was chosen as "all the fives" to represent 1955, the year of the first intake of students to Mount Lawley SHS. Modern terminology now refers to the original intake as "foundation" students and "foundation" teachers. Most people attending the reunion turn up nearer to 7:00. Most people stay for less than three hours. The evening usually attracts from 50 to 60 ex-students. The evening is really low key! There are no speeches and there is no organisation. Mingle! Some students from the Class of 1972 always join us. They are also "Old 55" as they were born in 1955.

Old '55 Reunion 2014:

No cover charge.
RSVP to Alex: email preferred Lawley@ii.Net
Telephone: 6180 0049

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Grab a Table for the Prefects Quiz Night

Grab a Table for the Prefects Quiz Night

We hope you've saved the date!! The prefects have organised a night of fun and laughter on the 11th of september 7:30-9:00pm in the Senior School building. Bring a group of friends along for a night of fun ...

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Janet Holmes a Court Speaks at our High Achievers Breakfast

Janet Holmes a Court Speaks at our High Achievers Breakfast

On Tuesday morning we invited 80 high achieving Year 12 ATAR and VET students and their teachers to breakfast. The breakfast is a way of acknowledging the student's success and to encourage them to keep up their efforts. Mrs Janet Holmes a Court AC, spoke to the invited guests about her journey ...

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Chainlink 3 - News from the Middle School Bike Repair Club

Chainlink 3 - News from the Middle School Bike Repair Club

For the staff, students and volunteers who are involved in the Middle School Bike Repair Club, the generous donation by Bunnings in Inglewood of a large shed, and the free installation of that shed outside the Design and Technology Building has been a huge improvement to our club. This is now where our Year 9 students repair the donated bikes, and the shed is a great contribution to the consolidation of our literacy based program ...

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Academic & Financial Equity Scholarships 2015

Academic & Financial Equity Scholarships 2015

The provider of the bookshop, Campion Education, has provided a number of scholarships for students attending the school in 2015. The scholarship is available for purchasing books, materials and stationery from Campion Education. Students interested in applying are to submit ...

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Internationally Renowned Drug & Alcohol Speaker Coming to Lawley

Internationally Renowned Drug & Alcohol Speaker Coming to Lawley

Mount Lawley Senior High School is extremely fortunate to secure Paul Dillon, the internationally renowned speaker to address our Year 12 cohort on Wednesday 17 September 2014. Paul is a key social commentator with over 25 years of research in the field of drugs and alcohol. Parents will also have the opportunity to hear Paul's presentation that evening at a session to be held at the Mount Lawley Golf Club ...

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Help Us to Win $5,000 for an Indigenous Mural

Help Us to Win $5,000 for an Indigenous Mural

The school currently has a grant application in with CUA Community funding to fund our Baldja Maarakool Space project - an Indigenous mural. Anyone with an email address can vote and it is a really simple process. We would like to encourage everyone in the school community to vote. With such a large staff and student population, we should have lots of votes ...

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Central Avenue Traffic Warden

Central Avenue Traffic Warden

The school has been notified that the Traffic Warden on Central Avenue near Clifton Crescent will not be on duty from Wednesday 23 July to Thursday 14 August. There is no relief warden to cover the position, and although a police call will be made for each unattended shift, police attendance at the crossing cannot be guaranteed.

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