To celebrate NAIDOC, our Year 7-12 students were lucky enough to be entertained at yesterday’s Reconciliation Assembly by award-winning musical artist Nathan May. Such a treat! Our students displayed wonderful audience skills during the performance.
The Heights School Players Presents…The Dream A Bollywood adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Tickets available to purchase now by going to: https://www.theheights.sa.edu.au/index.php/tickets/
What a great day at the VISTA Badminton carnival. We entered 6 teams! All 24 students displayed exceptional sportsmanship and resilience.
Today marks the beginning of National Reconciliation Week. At The Heights School, we pay respect to past, present and future Traditional Custodians of the land in which we live. We are committed to achieving meaningful reconciliation and together will work towards a positive shared future where the rights, interests and well being of all Australians are fostered and respected in … Read More
Do you have any pre-loved or outgrown school uniform in good condition?? The school would love to receive donations of clean and cared for items at any time. Please leave any suitable items with Reception.
Congratulations to the first of our Positive Accomplishment Award winners. The award is given to students across years 7-12 that show extra commitment or improvement to their learning. All teachers have an opportunity to nominate students for improvements across the previous week. Week 3 winners were Hayden Tagg and Samuel Downes. Along with the certificate the award winners also receive … Read More
A reminder that Friday 24th May 2019 (week 4) is a Student Free Day. Please note that OSHC will NOT be open on that day.