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Applecross Senior High School
Applecross SHS, WA Logo.png
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Established 1958
School type Public, Co-educational, Day school
Principal Maureen Lorimer
Location Ardross, W.A, Australia Australia
Campus Suburban
Enrolment ~1,314 (2007)[1]
School colours Black, Green, Red & White                    
Homepage www.axnet.wa.edu.au

Applecross Senior High School is public, co-educational High School, located in Ardross, a southern suburb of Perth, Western Australia.

Founded in 1958, it is one of the top public high schools in the state of Western Australia. In recent years, it has routinely competed with other public schools, most commonly Willetton and Rossmoyne, for the position of the highest ranked public school in the state. The school is well resourced with over 400 computers on campus.

Applecross runs dedicated art, tennis and chess programs, and has traditionally been dominant in these areas. It also runs Academic Extension classes, for those students talented in the areas of English, Maths, Science, Society and Environment, French and Japanese.

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History

The school was opened in 1958 to service the rapidly growing suburbs of the City of Western Australia. From about 1999 to 2002 the school underwent renovations to improve its structure. Today, around 1,400 students from Years 8 to 12 attend the school.

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ Education Department of Western Australia, Student Numbers (Current) - Applecross Senior High School (4002)
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