Melrose High School is founded upon a tradition which encourages achievement in learning within a safe and friendly environment based on the values of Respect. The school aims to provide opportunities and support to develop students in the areas of intellectual, aesthetic, moral, emotional, physical and social growth.

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MALrose Day

Tuesday 23 May 2017 will be MALrose Day at Melrose High School and we will be holding commemorative assembly to celebrate the life and achievements of Malcolm Barlow and recognise his contributions to education. Malcolm was a member of the Melrose community as a teacher, a colleague and a friend. His contributions to the education of children is outstanding. Through his passion for music he engaged students in performance and developed their musical skills. His happy nature, welcoming smile and his innate ability to put people a ease made every person smile and brought laughter to the ears of everyone and he will always be celebrated for these qualities. 

To honour Mal and to showcase his unique and colourful style of dress, students are encouraged to wear brightly coloured clothes and Hawaiian shirts in place of their school uniform for Malrose Day. The gold coin donation will go to help others battling with cancer so that families and communities can come together to celebrate and fund research so that one day we find a cure.

Posted on 19 May 2017


MHS 2018 Prospectus

Our 2018 Prospectus has moved online.  Visit https://www.melroseprospectus.com [Link]

Posted on 12 May 2017


Enrol at MHS

OPEN NIGHT and Enrolling now for 2018

OPEN NIGHT - Thursday 11 May 2017 5:30 - 7:30 pm.  Starting in the Hall with the Principal's address.

Please visit the Education Directorate website [Link] to complete your enrollment for 2018.  All students, including those in our feeder schools, must be enrolled via this portal.

Posted on 26 Apr 2017


Community Consultation - Draft Reconciliation Action Plan

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION WELCOMED

DRAFT Reconciliation Action Plan [Link]
 Melrose High School, Torrens Primary School, Mawson Primary School and Canberra College

Melrose High School and our PEA schools have worked to identify our Reconciliation Actions within this cluster and some of the future actions and areas that need attention within our school communities.  Reconciliation is an ongoing and positive process which the schools in this cluster have identified as one of the core areas of focus for our school communities.  Please read this Draft RAP [Link] and provide feedback or ideas to Helen.Uren-Randall@ed.act.edu.au.  These will be reviewed by a RAP Working Party established across the schools and will include students from different schools within the cluster. 

 

The Process:

This Community Consultation closes on the 12th of May 2017.  At this point, the Working Party will meet to discuss community feedback and address concerns in the RAP, as needed.  The RAP will then be forwarded to Reconciliation Australia for further review and clarification.  From this feedback, the RAP Working Party will reframe elements of the RAP if required, before sending it for final ratification to Reconciliation Australia.

 

We look forward to hearing from our parents/carers and wider school community.

Posted on 12 Apr 2017


Parent Teacher Night

Coming to Parent Teacher Night this afternoon? All interviews will be held on the first floor; entry through the Front Office. Download this handy floor plan or ask our student assistants to help you.http://www.melrosehs.act.edu.au/…/3…/A4_Floorplan_upload.pdf

Posted on 30 Mar 2017


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