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Parent Teacher interviews for years 7, 9 & 11

Bookings are now open for Parent Teacher interviews for years 7, 9 and 11 on Monday 20th July 2015 between 3.30pm - 8.00pm. Bookings can be made at School interviews using the code sent to you by email or Skoolbag app.... Read more

Zone Athletics Carnival results

Congratulations to the following students competing at the Zone Athletics carnival today: Nathan 1st 3km Boys 14yrs; Ellesse 1st 3km Boys 17yrs; Mitchell 1st 100m Hurdles Boys 15yrs; Leena 1st High Jump, 2nd 80m Hurdles Girls 13yrs; James 2nd 100m Hurdles Boys 15yrs; Josh 1st 100m Hurdles 14yrs; Flynn 3rd 90m Hurdles Boys 13yrs; Therese 1st High Jump Girls 16yrs; Steven 3rd 100m Boys 16yrs; Violet 1st Shot put Girls 12yrs... Read more


Parent Teacher interviews for years 8, 10 & 12

Parent Teacher interviews for years 8, 10 & 12 are on Tuesday 23rd June 2015. Booking are now open at School Interviews... Read more


Reminder: Monday 13th July 2015 is a normal school day at Moorebank High School. School Development Day will be on Friday 7th August 2015.... Read more

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YouthRock 2015

Congratulations to our yr 11 music students who were successful in their application to enter 'YouthRock 2015'. The band is called "J's Envy" and comprises of: Nathan (Vocals/Guitar) Vincent (Drums) Josh (Bass guitar) Angus (Guitar) The boys will be performing on Friday 17th April (Last Friday of the holidays) at 7:30pm at the Sutherland Entertainment Centre, 30 Eton Street Sutherland Tickets are only $15 and can be purchased at the door. Best of luck "J's Envy"!!!! Please get along and support our students!... Read more

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Moorebank High school students competing at STATE SWIMMING

Congratulations to the following students who will be competing at STATE SWIMMING on 26th-28th March 2015: 15yrs boys relay team – Marko, Jake, Brendan and Mitchell 16yrs girls relay team – Aleisha, Kaitlin, Maxine and Jordan Individual swimmers competing – Marko – 100m Freestyle, 200m Freestyle, 100m Butterfly Jamie – 100m Butterfly Alex – 100m Butterfly, 50m Freestyle Aleisha – 100m Freestyle, 100m Backstroke, 200m Freestyle Mitchell – 100m Freestyle Jasmine – 50m Freestyle, 100m Backstroke, 100m Breaststroke (Record)... Read more


Sydney Uni Family day (pdf 175 KB) - Discover the University community · Fun learning activities and presentations about higher education for your child · Experience the University with students and staff · Tour the historic grounds and Sydney's oldest buildings · Visit the Lego Pompeii display at the Nicholson Museum · Enjoy complimentary morning tea and lunch on the front lawns Date: TUESDAY 14 APRIL 2015 Time: 11:00am to 2:30pm Location: The Great Hall University Place, Camperdown University of Sydney Register:... Read more

Banish sunburn

Over exposure to UV radiation from the sun in childhood or adolescence increases the risk of developing melanoma later in life. Teach your child how to apply sunscreen properly, and they'll be able to protect themselves even when you're not around. When the number hits 3, protect from UV. Check the daily UV alert in your local newspaper or at A UV level of 1 or 2 will not damage most skin types, but a UV level of 3 or above can be harmful even on a cloudy day. Apply early. Sunscreen needs to be applied 20... Read more

Hosting gatecrasher-proof teenage parties

If your teen is planning an end-of-year get together with their mates, the NSW Police website has some excellent tips, including how to register your party to help prevent things getting out of hand. The number one tip is never to advertise a private party on Facebook or other social networks. Uninvited visitors are increasingly a problem at teenage parties. By giving the local police a heads-up at least 72 hours prior to the party, they'll be better prepared to help out if you need them to. There are obviously a lot of parties... Read more

What parents should know about Instagram

It's hard to keep up with all the social media platforms and apps our kids want to use. Instagram is currently one of the most popular social networks for school-aged children at the moment. It's a free, photo and video sharing mobile application and social network for people aged 13 years and over. There's no age-verification process though, so younger children can create an account pretty easily, sometimes without parents even knowing. Instagram say they'll remove under-age users' accounts if they are reported. Instagram has just published... Read more

Managing depression in children

One in four kids over the age of 12 has significant depressive symptoms. For girls, depression generally appears between the ages of 11 through to about 14. For boys, depression generally appears between 12 and 16. Signs your child may be suffering from depression If you see a number of these problems starting to develop, it's time to ask the question, could this be a more significant emotional disturbance than general teenage moodiness or attitude? A persistently bad, often irritable mood withdrawal not experiencing pleasure not reacting to... Read more

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Solar Car challenge results

Congratulations Ty! He won the Mini Sprint section! Overall results ~ Mini Sprint: We entered two teams in this year's Mini Sprint. Sean and Liam in Yr 7 competed with their car 'Vanish', which had a double series wired panel. They won one race and lost the other, so they were knocked out in the second round. Ty in Yr 8 competed with his car 'Steve', which had a single panel. It POURED for the event so unfortunately it was a battery event rather than a solar event as there wasn't enough sunlight to power the cars. Ty won the event and... Read more

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Sunsprint Model Solar Car Challenge

Moorebank High School will once again be competing in the Sunsprint Model Solar Car Challenge at UNSW on the September 5 (time trials) and September 6 (finals). This year we have a senior team (yr 11 girls) and two junior teams (yr 7 & 8 boys) who will compete in the Minisprint races. Moorebank High School has a history of success at the Model Solar Car challenge and competes against up to 30 cars at a state level each year. The annual Model Solar Car challenge aims to raise awareness about solar energy and engineering in schools whilst... Read more

School Captains and Prefects for 2014-2015 announced!

Congratulations to the following students who form the Prefect executive: School Captains: Nina Koracek, Issa Kaadan Vice-Captains: Brooke Hilaire, Anthony Deligiannis Senior Prefects: Cindy Ngo, Ahmad Joumaa Congratulations also to the Prefects: Rianna Winardi, Abigail Widjaja, Christina Vu, Aslee Edgecombe, Brittany Napier, Aamina Khan, Bhavana Yalandur, Brooke Strickland, Nichole Mitsos, Samantha Lejeune, Jamie Prasad, Alex Valois, Nerim Radaca, Ahmad El Ayoubi, Scott Pryde, Rio Son, Fenton Lam, Ethan Kwasnica, Dennis Kypriotis,... Read more

Kaleidoscope art exhibition

Kaleidoscope Art exhibition

An art exhibition by the students from Moorebank High School from 19 August until 12 September 2014. Please join us at the opening on Thursday 21 August 2014 at 6pm in the Margot Hardy Gallery at the University of Western Sydney (Bankstown Campus). More details on the flyer below:... Read more

Senior showcase

Senior Showcase evening

HSC Showcase Date: 25 Aug, 2014 Time: 06:00pm-09:00pm Venue: School Hall Come along to the Hall to see a showcase of our HSC Candidates Major Projects in Art, Music and TAS. Light refreshments will be served. All welcome!... Read more

Managing exam stress

As students prepare for end-of-year exams, child psychologist Kimberley O'Brien, from Sydney's Quirky Kid Clinic, has some good advice to help families manage pre-exam stress. "Stress isn't necessarily a bad thing – adrenalin can be useful in helping kids stay on track, study longer and finish tasks more quickly," Kimberley says. "The problems arise when it takes over and your teenager starts to feel overwhelmed and even isolated." In a perfect world, your teenager will have organised their study and revision into manageable chunks... Read more

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