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For over a thousand years, the Nation of Israel was led socially and politically by monarchs. Kings and queens of the Jewish People gained the throne of sovereign power through a wide variety of means: some through Divine selection, some through inheritance, and others through violent rebellion. Most were exceptional, but others were banal; many were wicked, but a few were righ ...

As part of Shorashim 2018, our students visited the Negev community of Merhav Am. Friends of JNF WA and Merhav Am residents work in a robust partnership to advance this desert community and the Negev as a whole. The visit to Merhav Am is always one of the highpoints of Shorashim. Friends of JNF Western Australia, have partnered with this flourishing Negev community, which made ...

A number of students received Certificates of Academic Excellence and Academic Merit at the end of Semester 1 assembly, as well as Cultural Colours Badges and Bronze Awards, the latter recognising studies in Humanities. These awards celebrate the dedication and commitment by our students to their studies and their development, and we are extremely proud of all of them. To view ...

The Mock Trials season for 2018 has come to an end. Whilst neither Carmel team made the finals, I was incredibly proud of the commitment and effort shown, particularly in the recent Round 3. Both teams won this trial, and at one stage we received a request from the opposing team’s coach for our preparation notes. She wanted to know how our students became such strong barristers ...

Shorashim 2018 comes to an end as staff and students return from Israel. It is hard to put into words what an inspiring experience it has been! From Kotel dancing, to Shabbat at Merchav Am, and climbing Masada; from adventuring in the desert a top camels, exploring ancient and modern Jerusalem, discovering Tel Aviv, Yerucham, Tzfat and the outstanding ANZAC museum at Beersheva, ...

Prior to going on Shorashim, I had never been in Israel as a tourist. My family and I lived there for a year when Davi was born and my parents sent me to study at a boarding school there when I was in Year 9, but never before had I walked the landmarks of our history, taking in all the wonders that are Israel. The time, my trip was filled with highlights and treasured memories. ...

As an additional tool to assist Year 10 students with their subject selection, and as further demonstration of its commitment to offering comprehensive and valuable guidance to students as they progress, Carmel has become one of only a handful of Schools in Western Australia to utilise the innovative Morrisby Online system   Students put in 100 minutes of concentration to the o ...

Carmel School is very proud of graduate Gina Steinberg, who commenced a double degree in Commerce and Science (Psychology) at Curtin University this year, after having won a prestigious John Curtin Undergraduate Scholarship. Gina is one of only ten students to be awarded the scholarship for 2018, which covers all course fees plus awards her $6,000 to use for an overseas exchang ...

Year 5 student Jake Dembo, who is in the Tennis West Junior Development Program, was selected to attend the Mastercard Hopman Cup 2019 media conference. Jake has been part of the Junior Development squad for the last three years. Jake is commended for his success in tournaments during which he played against children in the under 12 age group. The media release from the confer ...

On Thursday 28th June, the Year Four’s visited Perth Zoo to use their mapping skills. The students were divided into small groups, with a parent or teacher supervisor, and were given a set of instructions and a map of the zoo. As they followed their specific instructions, they were required to answer questions about what they saw or passed along the way.   Before lunch, they ...