Morley Senior High School (4051)

School Overview

Morley Senior High School's vision is to celebrate diversity and cater for the needs of all students, with the goal of everyone achieving their personal best. We strive to foster a culture of continuous improvement and high expectations in a supportive, engaging and challenging learning environment.

Students in Years 7 to 10 have access to engaging programs, including Department of Education approved specialist programs in our Aviation Academy and School of Screen and Media. All students in Years 7 to 10 also study a language and have the opportunity to participate in activities associated with our exchange partnerships with sister schools in Japan, China and Italy.

The new Performance Plus program was established for Year 7 students in 2018 and will progress into other year groups in the future. This program encourages students to become critical thinkers and incorporates student-led learning opportunities, where they develop problem-solving skills in order to address real-life issues, in a cross-curricular setting.

In Years 11 and 12 students are presented with a range of opportunities to pursue career and study pathways. Our broad number of ATAR courses are supported by local universities and our VET certificates, combined with general courses, ensures that all students are prepared for life beyond school. We are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), and we operate a state-of-the-art Automotive Trade Training Centre.

International students are able to enrol and they are a vital component of the multicultural makeup of our school. Students who require assistance with literacy skills may access our dedicated Intensive English Centre, which is staffed by specially trained English as a Second Language/Dialect (EALD) teachers.

Education at Morley SHS is considered a partnership between staff, student, parents and the wider community. We take every opportunity to recognise and celebrate our cultural and ethnic diversity, and promote understanding and tolerance in both our academic and non-academic endeavours. We value and promote personal and social responsibility, as well as leadership in our students through participation in the Year 10 Community Service program; fundraising for our Cambodian sister school, through the Angkor project; and the Morley Leos (affiliated with the Ballajura and Noranda Lions Clubs) and Student Council leadership programs.

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