Enrolments are now open for 2023!
For a comprehensive guide on how to enroll at Clarkson Community High School, please visit our new Enrolment Page
The video prospectus below is a fantastic showcase of our school. It features our pastoral care programs, faculty information and feedback from students. A absolute must-watch for all prospective students and parents!
Clarkson Community High School has formed a special bond with its surrounding community and the City of Wanneroo.
It is using real street signs provided by the City in the school grounds - and to name its communities.
Big things are happening at Clarkson Community High school when it comes to internet technologies. As you can see, our website is packed with high-tech features and looks great. However, Clarkson is working hard towards becoming a technology-focused school, therefore with this vision in mind, the school and its Webmaster are rapidly moving forward to add more interactive features that will compliment our existing site.
Parents please be advised that the staff car park at the front of the school is not to be used for student drop off/pick up, either before or after school, as this is an occupational health & safety issue.
The school will soon be closing the entry gate at the end of the day and would appreciate it if parents could utilise the dedicated parking bays on Hannaford Avenue instead.
Please also note it is dangerous and illegal to park on the mini roundabout outside the front gate. Thank you.
15 Clarkson Community High School students are days away from completing a Certificate II in Sports Coaching thanks to a 20-week program developed by the West Coast Academy for Aboriginal Sport, Health and Education (AASHE).
"A lot of Aboriginal students are keen on sport but don't have an avenue to turn this passion into a profession," said AASHE Principal Lecturer Paul Ahearn.
A Vocational Education and Training exercise conducted by the Forest Products Commission is trying to inspire youth to a career in the State's timber industry.
Year 10 students from Clarkson Community High School were given a tour of Pinjar pine plantation near Yanchep.
They were introduced to the timber workers, shown equipment used in the $1.1 billion industry and told about the range of career opportunities in forestry - from machine operators to mechanics, nursery technicians, science officers, environment managers and compliance personnel.