Gabriel Shapiro of Year 3.2 donated six excellent titles from his private collection to our library. Thank you, Gabriel! Thanks also go to Mr and Mrs I Eilon who donated the book, Choice by Holocaust survivor Dr. Edith Eva Eger. ...

Students have been working on prime numbers, square numbers, factors and multiples over the last few weeks. They can be seen here trying to solve number puzzles involving different types of numbers. ...

On Friday 9th February two students from the High School, Zack Byala and Samuel Blitz visited the Men Shed in Yokine. The students went there to work on building projects with some of the residents from the Maurice Zeffert Home. When we arrived we were given a very warm welcome from Phil Samuell and his team. The boys worked alongside the Men Shed volunteers to build wooden mon ...

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 ...

Following on from their first induction event, the Lightening Beach Carnival, our Year 6 students spent two days as Carmel High School students this week, to smooth their transition across the oval. Students engaged in many interesting and instructive experiences, including science experiments, music and drama classes and a taste of High School Maths , English and Physical Educ ...

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 ...

Congratulations to Mia Parry in Year 10 who won the national Mikolot Speech Competition in Sydney recently. Mia spoke on the difficult topic - It is not our character that determines our actions, it’s out actions that determine our character. We are so proud of her achievements, representing Carmel School on the national stage. Carmel has competed in this competition for the p ...

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 ...

Carmel Novice and Junior Debaters faced fierce competition all term. All teams prepared well and showed their tenacious spirits when they came up against strong opposition. Late in the term, the Junior Team debated the topic: That we should return cultural property residing in museums to their place of origin, and the team should be congratulated on their astute rebuttal skill ...