Kooringal High School

Kooringal High School - "The Edge in Education"

Telephone02 6922 5155

Emailkooringal-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Kooringal High School is a co-educational, Partially Selective high school which aims to provide a safe and happy environment that provides opportunities for all students to maximise their potential. Welcome to our school!

Two girls and a male teacher build a lego robot.

Upcoming events

Tuesday

20

August

Trial HSC

Date

20 August

Time

All day

Location
Kooringal High School

Year 12 Trial HSC Exams

Wednesday

21

August

Trial HSC

Date

21 August

Time

All day

Location
Kooringal High School

Year 12 Trial HSC Exams

Thursday

22

August

Trial HSC

Date

22 August

Time

All day

Location
Kooringal High School

Year 12 Trial HSC Exams

Friday

23

August

Trial HSC

Date

23 August

Time

All day

Location
Kooringal High School

Year 12 Trial HSC Exams

Tuesday

27

August

P & C Meeting

Date

27 August

Time

7:30pm

Location
Staff common room - Admin block

Our Parents and Citizens’ Association (P&C) is made up of parents and carers, teachers and community members. The P&C meets regularly to contribute to decision-making, developing policies and management plans as well as fundraising. Our P&C Association is very active in raising funds to benefit the school and is also used as a discussion forum on changes occurring such as uniform as well as allocation of funds raised.  The P&C meet in the Staff common room on the fourth Tuesday of every month.

Friday

13

September

Jeans 4 Genes Day / Footy Colours Day

Date

13 September

Time

All day

Location
Kooringal High School

The Kooringal High SRC committee will be fundraising to support Jeans 4 Genes day and Footy Colours Day on Friday 13th September. Jeans 4 Genes Day raises funds for research that helps diagnose, understand, and find cures or treatments for conditions affecting kids, including genetic diseases, cancer, and epilepsy.   Footy Colours Day raises funds to support kids living with cancer. Students may wear their jeans and footy colours to school by providing a gold coin donation.