It’s not too late to enrol for the 2023 school year


Is a student in your family starting at a new school in 2023? Submit your enrolment application before the school term ends on 16 December 2022. Families submitting applications after this date may not receive an offer until late January 2023.

Melrose High School


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.

26 Oct 2022

Year 7 camp update

Our campers are on track for a 3:30 pm return.  

10 Oct 2022

Pupil Free Days for Term 4

Two staff planning days (pupil free) will again be in place in Term 4.

The dates are:

Friday 28 October 2022 and  Monday 28 November 2022.

These planning days provide an important opportunity for our staff to undertake training, plan for the remainder of the term and the year ahead and finalise end of year student reporting which can’t be done during class time.


While students may wish to use these days to catch up on homework and / or assignments, no additional work will be allocated to them on these days. Families may like to use these as wellbeing days for their children.

Students who can’t stay at home will be able to attend school and be supervised while undertaking general learning activities.  Contact the Front Office to notify the school if your child needs supervision.

05 Aug 2022

2022 School Satisfaction & Climate Survey

Each year, the Directorate surveys all parents and carers, school staff and students in Years 4 to 12 about their experience of public education. The 2022 School Satisfaction & Climate Survey will be available online from 19 August to 9 September. The survey results will help us to continue to make quality informed decisions about how to improve our school. No personal identifying information will be provided to any school or college.

For each child in their family who attends an ACT public school, parents and carers will receive:

§  An email about the parent survey, including a link to access the survey.; and

§  A letter about the student survey outlining the reasons for collection and privacy provision for the data

If you do not receive the survey invitation, please check your Junk email folder; if it is not there, contact the school and you will be provided a survey link. If you do not have an email listed with the school, please contact the front office and we will provide you with a hard copy.

The Parents and Carers Survey will be available online in other languages: Arabic, Burmese, Chinese, Hindi, Korean, Urdu, Vietnamese, Punjabi, Bengali, Spanish, Telugu, French and Italian. Respondents can select their preferred language when they start the survey. A shortened paper-version of the Parents and Carers Survey is also available in the following 5 languages: Dari, Dinka, Farsi, Karen and Mon. These surveys are available at the Front Office.

For the results to reflect the opinions of our whole school community, we need as many parents and carers, staff and students as possible to complete the survey. Your feedback is important, and we hope you will take part.

 

For more information, visit: https://www.education.act.gov.au/public-school-life/school-satisfaction-and-climate-survey

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Pearce ACT 2607
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