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Year 9 Outdoor Education

Mr Ellidge’s Year 9 Outdoor Education class has spent the first few weeks developing their ability to communicate as a team and show leadership through a variety of group dynamic activities. They have also been learning important camping skills in preparation for...

GFG Foundation Student Program

In 2020, students from Whyalla High School participated in the GFG Foundation Student Program along with Stuart High School and Samaritan College. On Tuesday 23 March, students were presented their certificates in front of their cohort. Congratulations to Ky Gray and...

Home Ec. bacteria experiment

Miss Hodgkinson and her hospitality class did an experiment last week using Petri dishes to look at bacteria that can be found on food and in the kitchen. Here’s a sample picture of one of our dishes after the incubation period. Students thought this was a cool...

Whyalla Special Education Centre visit

On Wednesday of week 2, Mr Schofield hosted students from the Whyalla Special Education Centre to look at some of the fundamentals of 3D design and printing. Each student created a name tag to put on their trays back at school along with a special gift for departing...

Challenge Tuesday activities

Part of 8A's Care Group program is Challenge Tuesday activities. To begin Term 3, students completed a Scrabble Challenge. Students had to find Scrabble pieces around the school and then create as many words as possible to get a high score. It was a great way to be...

10c Carbon Dioxide Practical

10C completing a practical where they were testing the carbon dioxide content of different gasses including their own breath, the air in the science lab and car exhaust fumes. Students concluded that the highest source of carbon dioxide came from their own breath as...

Year 9 Food Technology

Check out Miss Maple’s ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs’ Morning Tea. Students were inspired to promote the importance of technology and to thank Whyalla High School staff for providing efficient online learning at the end of Term 1/ start of Term 2. Prior to the...

Year 10 Food Technology

Students planned, prepared and presented a two-course luncheon for invited Whyalla High School staff members. Prior to the guests arrival, students considered issues related to the development of their menus and food for service, justification of decisions, and...

Reconciliation Artwork

Clontarf students along with other community members from Nunyara, Plaza Youth and Whyalla City Council have added their own personal reflections to the 100m artwork at Civic Park. Thank you to Tamy Pond and Stacey Brougham for your organisation of this awesome...

House Competition – Table Tennis

Well done to Ash who came first from Whyalla High School for the Table Tennis competition on Friday and to the house team Prince for securing the win. Well done to our SAASTA students who also got involved and took out the win in the Grand Final.