Welcome to Ashdale Secondary College

Achieving a Positive Future

Ashdale Secondary College in Darch, Western Australia, is a distinctive, world class, educational community of excellence where all students are motivated to strive to achieve their best and to realise their potential in a values-rich environment. The focus of the College is on student engagement and wellbeing so that they feel valued at all times. The College measures its effectiveness through the achievement and character of our students and the integral part it plays in the community. A partnership founded on strong relationships between students, teachers, parents and the community is the enduring platform upon which the College is built... read more from the School Vision

Are you Bushfire Ready?

The State Government is running the ‘Are you bushfire ready?’ campaign throughout summer. Please make sure you're informed on how to prepare for bushfire season by accessing the Are you Bushfire Ready? website. ... Read more >>

Winners of the WA School Leader & Beginning Teacher of the Year Awards

Our principal, Carol Strauss and science teacher, Mia Lennox were both announced as winners in the categories of WA School Leader of the Year and WA Beginning Teacher of the Year respectively. It was a very exciting morning for Ashdale Secondary College as two of our esteemed colleagues were recognised at the highest level, during the WA Education Awards at the Grand Ballroom, Crown Perth.... Read more >>

Information for New Year 7 & 8 (2015) Students

Information packs for new Year 7 & 8 students will be sent out prior to 1 December 2014, either through the mail or the Cluster primaries, which includes details about personal item ordering (stationery/books), uniform ordering, voluntary contributions and compulsory charges as well as general information that will assist in your students transition into secondary school.
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One-to-One Laptop Program for 2015

Ashdale Secondary College will be continuing the One-to-One Laptop Program into 2015 for students in Years 7, 8 and 9. We believe it is important to put this essential technology into the hands of students to ensure that they’re able to inquire, create, operate and communicate, as well as understand the ethical issues associated with using technology in their lives.... Read more >>

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