Our Moral Purpose states that “all our actions and behaviours focus on student achievement, progress and success”.
We are proud to be an Independent Public School that provides quality education in a caring environment where our teachers know their students and can offer a personalised education.
We aspire to increase our enrolments by being a school of choice in the Harvey area. We plan on achieving this by improving our performance measures such as NAPLAN, OLNA, WACE and attendance from “like” schools to matching or exceeding state measures. As our enrolments increase, so will our competitiveness meaning there will be more quality options for local students.
Our experienced and dedicated staff provide students with support and guidance to enable students to participate in the world beyond school. At the completion of school our students are able to successfully enter post school pathways that include traineeships, apprenticeships, tertiary education and employment.
I invite you to explore our website and check out what our wonderful school has to offer.
The Harvey Senior High School provides a Lower School Engagement Program that consists of students with a diverse range of needs and is intended to cater to the students at their point of need.
The Senior School Engagement Program provides an alternative learning environment for senior School students with the focus on employability skills, self-development and life skills.
Nik attended Harvey Senior High School and graduated in 2013. During his time at Harvey Senior High School, he undertook Vocational Education Training studies in Building & Construction which allowed him to attend South West Regional TAFE and workplace learning with Dale Alcock Homes in Bunbury.
He accepted an apprenticeship with Dale Alcock Homes and with his dedication and excellent skills, in 2017 he competed in the World Skills Regional Bricklaying Competition in the Gold Coast and won the gold medal. In 2018 he competed in the World Skills National Bricklaying Competition in Sydney and won another gold medal. Nik was also awarded ‘Final Year Apprentice of the Year’.
I attended the School from 1967 to 1969 and I was a Prefect then Head Girl in 1969. I received my Achievement Certificate and Junior Certificate with Distinctions in English, Social Studies, Art, Home Science. During this time, I made some lifetime friends with both students and staff. My Mother also ran the school canteen for many years.
After leaving school, I worked in a Public Accountancy firm until I married my husband, Charlie. On the same day we were married, we bought our first dairy and beef property in Harvey and worked together to build our business. I have been working with and for the community the majority of my life, helping many community and sporting organisations.
I am currently the Federal Member for Forrest and Chief Government Whip.
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