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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.

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Commencement of Term 1, 2015

First day back for students - Monday, 2 February 2015.

Administration Offices open - Tuesday, 27 January 2015.

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Our Bush Ranger Review 2014

Our Bush Ranger Review 2014

Congratulations to our Bush Ranger Cadets for their efforts this year. We have a video below, and a chance for you to hear from the Cadets themselves about their experiences this year. We camped as far afield at Bluff Knoll and Shark Bay, with trips to the Dryandra Woodlands, Wellington Dam and Albany as well. We cleaned beaches, fixed walkways in National Parks, added brush to dune systems, worked in the Project Eden captive breeding centre, and removed old fencing wire and a very large amount of weeds. At the same time, our Cadets grew in their teamwork and leadership skills ...

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Carols on the Lawley Lawn 2014

Carols on the Lawley Lawn 2014

Light rain could not dampen the enthusiasm for those who joined us of Carols on the Lawley Lawn last Friday 5 December. We had 120 voices in our choir, made up of students from Inglewood Primary School, Mount Lawley Primary School and Mount Lawley Senior High School, and over 40 musicians in our Brass and Strings Orchestra. Our great thanks to the Music staff from all three schools for their work in preparing for the event, and to all of our volunteers who helped out on the night ...

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Lawley Korean Day 2014

Lawley Korean Day 2014

Mount Lawley Senior High School has recently introduced the study of Korean Language in its language curriculum. To celebrate this occasion, a Korean Day has been organised on Friday, 12 December 2014. This event is open for Year 4 and 5 students and parents and all activities (including the food) are free of charge to visitors. Try our Korean BBQ, and a range of other Korean dishes for you to make and eat...

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P&C Welcome & Information Night

P&C Welcome & Information Night

Are you joining Mount Lawley SHS in 2015? Are you a current parent at our school? The P&C Association would like to welcome all parents and our new incoming parents to an informal evening on Monday 24th November 7.30pm (Our general meeting will be held at 7pm, should you wish to attend). This event is an opportunity to meet other parents and listen to a presentation from Sharon Greenock who will be taking a look at adolescence, what to expect...

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A Visit From the Empire

A Visit From the Empire

A recent visit from some of our Lawley Alumni caused a bit of a stir on campus. Luke Steele, of Empire of the Sun and The Sleepy Jackson fame, and his sister, Katie Steele (Little Birdy) visited the school with their father, and local Blues legend, Rick Steele. The trio visited the school and caught up with some of the staff they had worked with ...

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Lawley Victorious in the B-Division Athletics Carnival

Lawley Victorious in the B-Division Athletics Carnival

A stunning performance in the B Division Inter-school Athletics Carnival has seen Mount Lawley once again this week defeat Perth Modern School in a tightly fought competition. We have not won the B Division Athletics for 25 years and the victory sees our proud school progressing to both the prestigious "A Grade" Athletics and Swimming Carnivals in 2015 ...

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