Give your child a great start to secondary schooling by enrolling at Lesmurdie SHS.More about enrolments
Phone: +61 (08) 9291 1200
Fax: +61 (08) 9291 1234
Absentees: (08) 9291 1215 (24 hrs)
Canteen: (08) 9291 1222
School hours are 8:42am - 2:55pm
Lesmurdie Senior High School
Reid Road, Lesmurdie
Western Australia 6076
Principal Kerry Chipchase
Subject Selection Years 7 – 9
At Lesmurdie SHS, students in Year 7 study subjects in the eight Learning Areas and are placed into the compulsory year-long subjects of Mathematics, English, Science, Humanities & Social Sciences (MESH), Languages (Italian), Physical Education and Health Education.
In Technologies, students will complete a semester each in Digital Technologies and Design & Technologies. The contexts involved in Design & Technologies are Food & Fibre and Materials & Technologies Specilisation.
In The Arts, students will complete a semester each in Visual Arts and Performing Arts (Dance or Drama). If selected, students who choose IMSS will study Music as their Performing Arts subject for one Semester. Please note; if IMSS is chosen then it will be studied for a semester however the instrumental lesson will be studied for the whole year.
Year 8 students at Lesmurdie SHS study subjects in the Learning Areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities & Social Science (HaSS), Health Education and Physical Education for the full year.
Year 8 students choosing to study Languages (Italian) and/or Instrumental Music School Services (IMSS) will study these subjects for the full year. For the Arts and Technologies Learning Areas, students will be given limited choices to support their developing interests and career directions. To provide breadth and balance, all Year 8 students will be required to study semester-long subjects in Visual Arts and one of the Performing Arts as well as Digital Technologies and one of the Design and Technologies subjects.
Year 9 students at Lesmurdie Senior High School study year-long subjects in the eight Learning Areas and will be placed into the compulsory subjects of English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities & Social Science (HaSS) and Physical Education and Health. For the Arts, Languages (Italian) and Technologies Learning Areas, students will be given greater choices to support their developing specialist interests and career directions.