Bridgetown High School is located 270km south of Perth on the Blackwood River in the South West region of Western Australia and proudly meets the needs of local students in Years 7 to 10.
Our students are encouraged to become responsible learners within the school and be active participants in many of the school's decision-making processes. We focus on developing their critical and creative thinking skills, as well as their problem-solving skills, to became active and informed citizens of the future.
While making our students' academic success a priority, we are also making sure their emotional, social growth, self-worth and confidence are nurtured and encouraged. We look for our students to give the best of themselves and look for the best in others. We respect each other, regardless of differences and help all to achieve their potential.
In addition to the core subjects, Bridgetown High School offers programs in sustainability, emergency services cadets, French, Japanese, woodwork, metalwork, home economics, physical education, drama, rock/blues music, photography, and visual arts.
At Bridgetown High School we focus on ensuring our students feel safe and we work hard to make the experience of learning enjoyable. We strongly believe that 'It takes a whole village to raise a child' and therefore work closely with parents, and the community, to provide a complete education for our students.
We encourage help-seeking behaviour and remind students that 'no man is an island'. We all need to seek help sometimes. The help we need might be as simple as asking a teacher to re-explain a particular concept, or as complex as seeking help with emotional issues. Whatever the situation, we need to be able to ask for help when we require it.
Bridgetown High School is focused on helping each individual student achieve to the best of their ability.
To find out more about Bridgetown High School, view our website at https://www.bridgetownhs.wa.edu.au/