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Expression of Interest to Host a Year 11 Japanese Exchange Student

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We are thrilled to present a unique opportunity for students and families interested in hosting a Year 11 Japanese exchange student from our Japanese sister school, Hikone Higashi High School. This cultural exchange, filled with Japan’s rich traditions and customs, promises to be an enlightening experience for both our students and the visiting exchange students.

The exchange students will arrive on 24 July and stay until the morning of 31 July. During their stay, they will participate in various activities, including visits to AQWA and Caversham Wildlife Park. Additionally, they will be able to experience Australian student life by attending classes alongside our students.

Hosting families will be pivotal in providing exchange students a safe and welcoming environment. Your role is not just about providing a place to stay but also about creating a home away from home where these students can experience the warmth and diversity of Australian culture. All adults at the residence must attain a Working with Children’s Check. The exchange students will be matched with families based on criteria such as gender, character, interests, hobbies and age.

If you are interested in hosting an exchange student, please complete an expression of interest via Qkr! by 12 May. Once we receive it, we will provide further information about the hosting process.

For any immediate questions or inquiries, please contact Mr Tyson Wilkie via email at tyson.wilkie@education.wa.edu.au.

ICT Approved Specialist Program Information Evening | POSTPONED

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The ICT Approved Specialist Program at Ashdale Secondary College immerses students in innovation and creativity. Students will engage with the latest technology and teaching methods, placing them at the forefront of this exciting, fast-paced industry.

As part of the ICT Approved Specialist Program, students can contribute to their learning, develop solutions to real-world problems, and engage with current research initiatives.

Please note that the information evening has been postponed until Term 2. Once the date has been finalised, we will send out a notice.

For more information on the program, please click here. 

First Day 2024

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What to bring and where to meet on the first day

On Wednesday, 31 January, students should bring one file, notebooks, pencil cases and their electronic device on the first day (in addition to recess, lunch and bottled water).

Please arrive at 8.30 am and head to your year group assembly locations.