And our journey has begun! Aviva Blitz and Morah Shirley about to leave Perth for March of the Living, two life changing weeks in Poland and Israel. It will be even more special to celebrate Israel's 70th birthday! Watch this space for updates in the coming weeks. ...

Mazeltov to Louis Granich who recently competed in the ACC Inclusive Schools Swimming Carnival. Louis swam beautifully with a number of high place finishes in his races. Well done Louis, we are so proud of you! ...

Welcome to the new Carmel Kesher!     We are pleased to unveil our new-look Carmel Kesher. When designing the new style and content of this communication, we have tried to incorporate much of the feedback received through the recent Kesher Enhancement Survey, and we thank those who participated for their time and valued comments.   It was excellent to hear that so many peo ...

Kingsway College finished on top of the table after the regular season and were Carmel's opponents for the frisbee final. Having been beaten by this team earlier, players were a little wary as they approached the game. Play was tight and see-sawed up and down the field in the opening stanza, each team defending hard and making the most of their scoring chances with the game del ...

Across the past 6 weeks of Term 1, Year 7 – 10 students competed in ACC after school sport each week across 4 sports and against 5 different schools. Across the 6 weeks we experienced a good mix of success across all sports, only narrowly missing out on making the finals in the Junior Girls Basketball and Senior Frisbee and Volleyball. Congratulations to our Junior Frisbee and ...

The Year 11 and 12 Visual Arts students visited the Art Gallery of WA to view the Year 12 Perspectives exhibition. There were a range of works on show from paintings, prints sculptures, multi-media and many combinations of these art forms. There were two artworks from Carmel's 2017 students, Riley Twyman and Tal Levin. We felt very proud to view their works exhibited in such a ...

Carmel School has started the Mock Trials season in impressive fashion. This week we had two teams battle out Round 1 at the Supreme Court in a highly entertaining case of shoplifting. Whilst we lost narrowly; our presentation, conduct, and understanding of the law was outstanding. There are another two compulsory rounds to decide who proceeds to finals, with Round 2 taking pla ...

The seminar day was a lot of fun, learning with Gilad and the tzevet and was an experience and a half! The day started off with all the boys in the library with their dads and a few mums to do morning tefilla, led by Mr Lawrence. After tefilla the boys took their parents around the room to show off their beautiful posters about, “who am I?” which the boys had made in bar mitzva ...

On Tuesday, three amazing students from the High School, Zack Byala, Samuel Blitz and Louis Granich, held a biscuit sale to raise money for their chosen charity, Princess Margaret Hospital. They baked delicious biscuits themselves and worked hard to prepare for the event. The boys raised $70 for this very worthy cause. We are hoping to bake more yummy treats in the future to ra ...

This term the Year 9.1 class have been engaged in a bike ed program in preparation for their PES camp on Rottnest at the end of the year. After initially spending some time in the school grounds refining their general cycling skills and learning to ride safely in a group, something that most were unfamiliar with, they eventually ventured further afield for several lessons and r ...