Academic years 7 through 12.

We are very proud of our graduating students who, collectively, have achieved results of such a high standard that Carmel has been rated as a top ten school in WA for Median ATAR. Carmel has been ranked 10th in WA and we were also listed as a top school for Religion and Life, Mathematics Applications and English. Carmel missed out on being mentioned for Literature and Mathemati ...

The Carmel School Parents' & Friends' Association is extremely proud of its bumper year. At the start of the year, the P&F Committee agreed to fund the High School Covered Walkway, and set itself a fundraising target of $10,000. If this was achieved, it was agreed that a further $10,000 would be added (from accumulated reserves). Through the Committee members' hard wor ...

On the 27th and 28th of November, Ruth Karotkin, Dylan Kotkis, Olivia Walters, and myself, attended a student leadership course with about a hundred other student leaders from various schools at the Australian Institute of Management (AIM). During this two day course, we learnt about what makes a good leader and how to be a good leader, and then put these skills to the test by ...

The High School Speech Night was held last week. Students, staff, guests and families gathered to celebrate the highlights and achievements of 2017. The Acappella choir performed and the fantastic duo of Yannai Goldberg and Joel Mierowsky treated all to a spectacular performance Congratulations to the winners of Carmel's new prizes: Zach Sever - The Nancy Spielberg Media Awar ...

Year 9 Students spent the last week of school at Rottnest exploring, snorkeling and surfing. They had an unforgettable time and our thanks go to Mr Hall, Mr Quelch, Mrs Benn-Majzner, Tzevet members and to Dorot Carmel Gina Steinberg for their leadership. ...

On Wednesday the 22nd of November , the Year 7 students walked to Sir David Brand School for Children with Special Needs. Once we arrived there, it was a little confronting and even a bit scary for the Year 7s , but after singing “Let it go” and introducing ourselves, we were able joyfully engage in a dancing session with the other students. After a lot of ruach, the Year 7s we ...

Last week, the tzevet ran a fantastic activity commemorating and celebrating 70 years since the 29 November UN vote on the Partition Plan. Students in Years 7-9 learnt about that famous day, danced as Israelis did in the street on that special day and then enjoyed a glass of “gazoz” just as the Jews living in Israel did that night! ...

Following on from their first induction event, the Lightening Beach Carnival, our Year 6 students spent two days as Carmel High School students this week, to smooth their transition across the oval. Students engaged in many interesting and instructive experiences, including science experiments, music and drama classes and a taste of High School Maths , English and Physical Educ ...

The Year 10s got together at the bachurim's house to chill out with the tzevet last motzei Shabbat. Burgers, singing, music and a relaxed evening for all! ...

Last Monday, Mrs George was invited to speak at the annual MAWA Secondary teachers conference. This is where Maths teachers from all over WA, and beyond, come to discuss the latest innovations in Maths teaching, share ideas and enjoy spending time hearing about Maths education in different settings. Mrs George chose to give a talk entitled “If 42 is the answer, what is the que ...