On Monday morning, the Year 10s had the privilege to hear from JNF’s special guest, Eran Doron, Mayor of the Ramat HaNegev region, the largest regional council in Israel. This year’s Shorashim cohort will be visiting the Negev region for 3 days and Doron is the ultimate ambassador. He talked to the students about his devotion to strengthening Israel’s southern periphery. Among ...

The High School House Swimming Carnival was a tremendous success last Friday. The level of participation was excellent with many A, B, and C division races completed. The House system continues to be popular with students and staff alike embracing the opportunities, challenges and responsibilities of this system. Congratulations to the champion swimmers listed below, the champ ...

Merav’s Bat Mitzvah dvar Torah focussed on complaining teenagers. Teenagers who are more focussed on themselves than on what they can do to make the world a better place. This theme could not be more unfitting for a young lady like Merav Taub. In the year leading up to her Bat Mitzvah, Merav donated her long locks to Zichron Menachem and just last week gave 10% of the value of ...

JNF thanks Carmel High School for their phenomenal support at JNF’s Green Sunday this year! A special thank you to School Captains Ruth and Dylan, who were so helpful in getting students interested in volunteering during lunch and via email. All the students were well-mannered, respectful and happy to help. They are a fantastic group of students and we are so grateful for their ...

We are incredibly proud of graduates Tal Levin and Riley Twyman who have been selected to exhibit in the 2018 Year 12 Perspectives Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Competition for this exhibition is fierce, with hundreds of students putting in submissions. Tal Levin has been interested in art for as long as she can remember, with painting being her preferred ...

The Year 10 students have begun the year with a Water Polo unit at Terry Tyzack Swimming Pool. These sessions have been physically challenging for students as they complete training drills and games each Friday afternoon. It is however, good to see their enthusiasm and willingness to try this new sport. Keep up the good work Year 10s. ...

We are very proud of our graduating students who, collectively, have achieved results of such a high standard that Carmel has been rated as a top ten school in WA for Median ATAR. Carmel has been ranked 10th in WA and we were also listed as a top school for Religion and Life, Mathematics Applications and English. Carmel missed out on being mentioned for Literature and Mathemati ...

The Carmel School Parents' & Friends' Association is extremely proud of its bumper year. At the start of the year, the P&F Committee agreed to fund the High School Covered Walkway, and set itself a fundraising target of $10,000. If this was achieved, it was agreed that a further $10,000 would be added (from accumulated reserves). Through the Committee members' hard wor ...

On the 27th and 28th of November, Ruth Karotkin, Dylan Kotkis, Olivia Walters, and myself, attended a student leadership course with about a hundred other student leaders from various schools at the Australian Institute of Management (AIM). During this two day course, we learnt about what makes a good leader and how to be a good leader, and then put these skills to the test by ...

The High School Speech Night was held last week. Students, staff, guests and families gathered to celebrate the highlights and achievements of 2017. The Acappella choir performed and the fantastic duo of Yannai Goldberg and Joel Mierowsky treated all to a spectacular performance Congratulations to the winners of Carmel's new prizes: Zach Sever - The Nancy Spielberg Media Awar ...