Dear NASHS community – As you are aware we have a major building and works program planned over the next two years. We are very excited that the first part of this program commenced on Monday December 3 and will continue throughout the holidays.
This year students at NASHS have been working on a variety of woodwork projects. They have been using different techniques and ideas to create some amazing pieces with the help of the D & T staff.
Friday November 30 year 6 students from local primary schools joined us at NASHS for their orientation day. Students had the opportunity to follow a high school timetable for most of the day and try various subjects. It was a great day and we look forward to welcoming the students to NASHS in 2019
Emily Wiggins competed in the State Track Championships on December 7 to 9 in Perth. Out of six events Emily competed in, she took home 5 Gold and 1 Silver. An outstanding result considering this is her first year competing as an U17 athlete with limited track experience. Congratulations Emily!!
Mrs Offer's Japanese class have been busy learning about Japanese architecture and have been building 3D models of traditional Japanese houses.Akemashiteomedetogozaimasu - Happy New Year
Friday November 16 was NASHS annual graduation and award ceremony. We wish the Class of 2018 all the best for their future.
Wednesday November 14 the North Albany Clontarf Academy had their annual Awards Night for 2018. Congratulations to all award winners.
The year 11s celebrated the end of year 11 with a buffet dinner at Hotel Le Grande on Wednesday November 7. The staff at Le Grande made a point of saying what a positive, cheerful and polite group the year 11s are. Well done to all who attended in being such wonderful representatives for NASHS.
Over 90 NASHS students participated in the Combined Schools Armistice Commemorative Parade and Service held on Thursday November 8 and they were awesome.
Planning on taking a gap year in 2019? Planning to travel or earn some money before starting Uni? Did you know you can do all of those things and still study? Year 12 students in Albany have a unique opportunity to commence their studies at various universities while taking a gap year.