We are very proud to congratulate John Schaffer AM, one of our Trustees, for receiving a Member medal in the Order of Australia Honours list, announced last night. John was honoured for significant service to the community through philanthropic contributions and governance roles with a range of health and cultural foundations. Mazel Tov! ...

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 ...

The Year 5/6 ceremony on December 7 closed with the announcement of the 39 student leaders in Year 5 who will take the reigns of Year 6 leadership in 2018. 8 student managers were named to head up each of the 4 portfolios. At the close of 2018 a leadership prize will be awarded to the most effective male effective female leaders in the field. Administration and Special Events ...

The Year 6 students of 2017 participated in a dignified Graduation and Prize Giving ceremony on Thursday 7 December. Using the analogy of how high performing apps are coded in computers, Mrs Lynda Fisher correlated how our students coded for success as they move through their 8 years of Primary School Education. These students were celebrated with individual citations, personal ...

The Year 1-6 Concert played first to the Grandparents Club on Monday 27 November and then to a bursting at the seams house on Wednesday evening 29 November. The item integrated live footage of the games, honoured Australians who died in the bridge collapse and celebrated the athletes and our student participants in the Maccabi Games in the most artistically appealing manner. Ea ...

Read our full article for a full list of the Valedictory Award winners.

Last week saw a number of events that celebrated our Year 12 graduating class, and their years of schooling at Carmel. Students participated in a well-planned ‘muck up day’ that was equal parts funny and respectful; attended the annual ‘Year 12 dinner’, a special event that is wrapped in secrecy and shared only between the students and teachers; and, finally participated in the ...

In late June, the Year Three classes hosted a very professional and well-researched 'travel expo.' Working in teams, students spent a last week and a half learning about different countries in the Oceania and Asia-Pacific regions, and preparing posters and presentations on these countries. Visitors to the travel expo included Year Four students, teachers, parents and grandparen ...

Our year 6 cohort approached the winter carnival with a refreshed outlook and renewed vigour, hungry for wins. As is custom for this event, our footy group combined with four players from Loreto (Nedlands) to put a very competitive team on the park. Winning most of their games and coming third on a narrow percentage from Tranby and All saints, they were delighted to beat their ...