Our Open Night is on Wednesday, 4 March.
Prospective students and their parents can join a guided tour to view the school facilities and observe students and staff engaging in typical classroom activities. Tours of the school will be conducted between 5:45 and 6:45 pm.
The Principal’s address will be held in the Auditorium commencing promptly at 7:00 pm.
Visitors are advised that there is no vehicular access or parking available on the school grounds.
Visitors should make their way to the Auditorium (which is located at the foot of the steps near the pedestrian crossing on Kingsway) from where current students will be available to escort you on one of the guided tours.
We look forward to seeing you on 4th March.
Port Hacking High School students have enjoyed an unbelievable athletics season in 2014.
Congratulations to all Port Hacking High Students who competed at State Athletics. This year’s results were outstanding
NSW All Schools
The best of Port Hacking High Athletics competed at the NSW All School event at Homebush. The school’s students came away with a 5 medal haul including 3 gold Medals.
To coincide with the National Mental Health Month, the School Counsellors along with the Year 8 Advisor and the Welfare Team organised a Mental Health Awareness Day for Year 8 on October 8.
The theme of the day was “Be YOUnique” and aimed to define and destigmatise mental illness whilst promoting positive wellbeing. An art competition was held and encouraged students to develop a piece that represented their YOUnique-ness!
We thank our sponsors: Gymea Tradies, McDonalds, Caringbah Lions Club, ACCO and Kmart Sylvania for their kind donations and Caringbah Lions for coming to the school and cooking the BBQ on the day. A big thanks to F45 Caringbah and Pure Balance PT for their great exercise sessions on the day.
Each year, Port Hacking hosts students from Hitachi Omiya, Japan so in September, ten students and two teachers went on a trip to Japan to experience school and home life in Hitachi Omiya. We did this in a group combined with students and teachers from Heathcote and Engadine High Schools.
Our students had an incredible experience, beyond being a tourist and got to see so much of Japan in a short period of time. It was wonderful to see them try using their language skills and learn new words every day. The students were excellent ambassadors for our school and community, willing to try everything (including natto!) and engaging enthusiastically with our hosts. We hope that the friendships made through this program continue long into the future.