Aleisha Conomos and Bella Cruickshank

Duo March On To State Touch Football Tryouts

Wee Waa high School students Bella Cruickshank and Aleisha Conomos have continued their sporting success. The pair recently returned home from the Under - 15s regional touch football tryouts in Tamworth. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News.... Read more

WWHS Sports House Captains

2017 House Captains

The 2017 Wee Waa high school sports house captains have settled into their roles with the return of the school year, and recent swimming carnival. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. School Sports Captains (pdf 357 KB)... Read more

Aleisha Middleton

Aleisha Keeps On Improving

Wee Waa High School Year 11 student, Aleisha Middleton's cricketing success continues to boom. Recently, she represented Wee Waa High School for the fourth year in a row at the Combined High Schools state cricket carnival in Maitland. Aleisha Keeps on Improving (pdf 357 KB)... Read more

Robot unvealing

New Robot Revealed

A large number group gathered on Monday, March 6, for the unveiling of Wee Waa high School's new robot. The school's robotics team, the Bush Bots, showed off their new robot putting it through its paces in front of their sponsors, teachers, family and friends. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. New Robot Revealed (pdf 151 KB)... Read more

Senior Citizens Lunch

Seniors Festival Lunch A Great Success

Wee Waa High School student representative council members were pleased to continue the school's tradition of assisting with the local Seniors Week luncheon. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Senior Citizens Lunch (pdf 535 KB)... Read more

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Great Effort By Prize's Youngest Applicant

He might not have won the big prize, but Wee Waa High School student Dylan Dixon must surely be in with a good chance next year. Article courtesy of the Wee Waa News. Dylan Dixon (pdf 214 KB)... Read more

Swimming Carnival

Merah Wins High School Swimming Carnival

One of the many great things about the students at Wee Waa high School is their level of participation. Another is their willingness to get in and give things a go. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Swimming Carnival (pdf 153 KB)... Read more

Christian Petersen

A Hard Act To Follow

Taking over the reigns from much loved Special Religious Education teacher at Wee Waa High School, Kate Battistuzzi is one of Wee Waa's newest residents, Christian Petersen. Article courtesy of the Wee Waa News A Hard Act To Follow (pdf 147 KB)... Read more

2017 Sports Captains

Meet Our Sports Captains for 2017

2017 Sports Captains - Kyle Stewart (Namoi), Lateisha Doolan (Merah), Dylan Dixon (Merah), Bailey Organ (Merah), Zoe Conomos (Merah), Alisha Middleton (Namoi), Brodie Newman (Namoi)... Read more

20 years Of Service

Three Fine Teachers

The Education Department presents certificates for 20, 30, 40 and 50 years of service to eligible staff of good standing in recognition of their service to students in NSW public schools. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Three Fine Teachers (pdf 214 KB)... Read more

Marjory Drummond New Head Maths Teacher

From The Bay To The Bush

Wee Waa High School's new head maths teacher has just joined the school from Warners Bay High. From The Bay To The Bush (pdf 250 KB)... Read more

Douglas Anderson

Douglas Is Engineering The Future

Year 12 student Douglas Anderson has recently returned from what he describes as one of the best experiences of his life. Article courtesy of the Wee Waa News. Douglas Anderson (pdf 250 KB)... Read more

Bush Bots Robotics team

The Rise Of The Robots Continues

Wee Waa High School's robotics team, the Bush Bots have been working feverishly since the middle of January when this year's FIRST International Robotics challenge was announced. News Article Courtesy of Wee Waa News Bush Bot Robotics (pdf 1534 KB)... Read more

Healthy School Canteens

Introducing Healthy School Canteens

The introduction of the revised Healthy School Canteen Strategy increases the availability of healthy food and drink options in school canteens to make the healthy choice, the easy choice. It replaces the Fresh Tastes@School Strategy in NSW schools that was commonly known as the traffic light system. The revised strategy is consistent with the 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines and classifies food and drinks as either Everyday or Occasional. Sugary drinks will continue not to be sold. NSW public schools will have until the end of 2019 to... Read more

Year  7,  2017

Welcome Year 7

This week we welcomed 31 new Year 7 students to Wee Waa high School. Year Adviser, Miss Sally Reichel said she had been impressed with the enthusiasm her year group has been displaying and congratulated them for all wearing their school uniform with pride.... Read more

Auscott Scholarship Recipient, Amber Conomos

Amber Awarded Auscott Scholarship

During the summer holidays Wee Waa High School staff were delighted to hear that 2016 Year 12 student, Amber Conomos was awarded the prestigious Auscott Scholarship. Amber said the scholarship will be of great assistance and help her with costs associated with the Bachelor of Business degree she commences later this month. From all of us at Wee Waa High School we would like to congratulation Amber of her success and wish her well with her studies. We would also like to thank Auscott for their long history of helping students in the Narrabri... Read more

Mark Scott photo

Our shared responsibility

Welcome back for the 2017 school year. I hope everyone had a relaxing and refreshing break. I'd like to particularly welcome students (along with their parents) and staff starting in our schools for the first time. May the year ahead be engaging and rewarding – a wonderful year of teaching and learning. We know the world is transforming profoundly and quickly, and it is our great responsibility to prepare our children and young people so that they can flourish through such change. When our children finish school and enter the evermore... Read more

Wee Waa High School Year 12 Boys

Year 12 Signs Off In Style

Year 12 Signs Off In Style (pdf 270 KB) Photo courtesy of John Burgess... Read more

Captains Tom Pattison and Abby Downes

Remembering The Fallen

The local community gathered together just before 11am on Friday November 11 to celebrate Remembrance day. Five classes from the three local primary schools, the Wee Waa High School captains for 2017, Abby Downes and Tom Pattison and about 40 members of the community attended the ceremony. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News Remembering The Fallen (pdf 263 KB)... Read more

Abby Downes - Constitution Convention

Inspired Visit For Abby

About 150 senior high school students attended the NSW Constitution Convention at Parliament House on Monday, November 7. Selected from schools across NSW, Wee Waa High School 2017 captain Abby Downes was delighted to have been selected to take part in the auspicious day. Article Courtesy of The Wee Waa News Inspired Visit For Abby (pdf 242 KB)... Read more

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