Interschool Swimming Champions

On Friday the 16th of March, five students travelled with Mr Thomas Zahra to Lake Grace to compete in an Interschool Swimming Carnival. Our students combined with Jerramungup District High School to create a larger team. Ravensthorpe students did well. Read More

Camp Quaranup Reflection

On the 8th of March, the year 8 students left for Cadet Camp in Albany. We arrived at approximately 12pm and had lunch outside the Anzac Centre, all the while admiring the view. We were then let loose to explore Read More

RDHS Remembers

Well done and a big thank-you to the staff, students and wider school community for your contribution towards the Remembrance Day Poppy Sales fundraising effort. Thanks to everyone’s generous contributions, the school raised $69.25 for the local RSL.

Guitar Heroes

Thanks to the skills of our Deputy, Mr Ratz, we have a budding crew of musicians participating in guitar lessons as part of their lunchtime structured play. Under a combined initiative, the pastoral care student leader group successfully petitioned for Read More

2017 Street Parade – Sep 9 2017

Ravensthorpe District High School once again proudly represented in the 2017 Second annual street parade with a float (trailer) adorned with collections of work attached to pillars creatively made by the secondary design and technology students. With the support and Read More

Faction Sports Carnival

After a well called delay thanks to the weather, the 2017 Faction Sports carnival took place Tuesday 5th September on what could only be described as a lovely Spring Day. Adorned in Blue and Gold, representing not only the school Read More

Buddy Reading a Hit

Every Wednesday the High School and Primary School get together to engage in Buddy Class activities for 15 minutes during the Form period. This is a lovely way to start the day and for the students to get to know Read More

Harmony Day

The whole school recently celebrated World Harmony Day (21st March) by creating a circle of unity on the school oval.  It was a seemingly simple event that really highlighted the diversity of the community within which this school sits and Read More