Transport Options for Students

Walking

Always a healthy option. Please take care crossing any roads on your way to school.

Bikes

In the interest of safety, bikes must not be ridden on the school grounds.

Students should also provide a security lock for bike and helmet.

Bikes left in areas of the school other than the bike compound will be removed.

Bikes should be parked in the designated bike racks.

Bike racks are locked at approximately 9.00 am each morning and are unlocked each afternoon at approximately 2.30 pm.

Students needing to access the racks between those times (eg. to attend an appointment) are required to obtain a key from either Middle School or Senior School receptions.

Skateboards and Scooters

Skateboards and scooters are not permitted to be brought to, or used at, school.

Cars

Application for a parking permit is to be made through Student Services. Details of registration number and vehicle must be provided. Student vehicles will be provided with a parking sticker, and should be park in the carpark of Inglewood Oval (entrance from Central Ave). Students who park on Woodsome Street must comply with local government regulations and are liable to fines if these are breached. Student cars may not be accessed during the day.

Bus Routes to and from Mount Lawley Senior High School

There are a number of routes that either start or finish at Mount Lawley SHS in Stancliffe Street. Other patrons are able to access these routes as well if desired.

School Special Services Morning:

Route 406 - Glendalough Train Station (depart 7:52am) to Stancliffe Street (arrive 8:12am).

School Special Services Afternoon:

Route 406 - Stancliffe Street (depart 3:20pm) to Glendalough train station.

Route 725 - Stancliffe Street (depart 3:20pm) to Maylands.

Route 60 - Stancliffe Street (depart 3:20pm) to Perth Busport.

Route 60 - Stancliffe Street (depart 3:20pm) to Morley Busport.

There are various other bus routes operating that travel close to Mount Lawley SHS and pass down North Street and Alexander Drive and the Transperth web site should be consulted for more detailed information on these.

The bus timetable for Edith Cowan University is also a handy reference.

2016 : There will major timetable changes from Sunday 31 January 2016 to a number of school services and to rail services. Students intending to travel to school via public transport should check the Transperth InfoLine 13 62 13 or go online to transperth.wa.gov.au