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The list of minimum stationery requirements for students attending SEHS in 2018 has been compiled.
Listed in the document is each subject, taught in Years 8 to 12, which has a specific need.
All … more
Please click on the link below to read out December edition of the Finance and Other Matters Newsletter.
Finance Newsletter more
SEHS seeks your support to vote in favour of the 2018 Materials and Service Charges, recommended by the Salisbury East High School Governing Council.
It is a requirement of the Education Act 1972 … more
All parents/caregivers are invited to attend an important SEHS Governing Council meeting on Tuesday, December 12th, at 6.30 p.m. to discuss and approve the Materials and Services Charges for 2018. … more
Listed here are the key dates and events that will take place during Term 4, 2017, which runs from Monday, October 16th, to Friday, December 15th.
At the bottom of this page you will also be able to … more
Student reports will be distributed to families electronically via the parent portal and via a DayMap message on Tuesday, September 26th.
Parent/caregiver(s) who require ' … more
Please note that Monday, September 4th, is a holiday so SEHS will not be open.
The following day, Tuesday, September 5th, is 'student-free' so students should not attend school but instead return … more
SEHS were kings of the court and kings of the north after an incredible win at the Northern Zone Basketball Tournament.
Taking place at the Parafield Gardens Recreation Centre on Wednesday, … more
Congratulations go to Chloe MacDonald for competing in the Legacy Junior Public Speaking Awards.
The competition had two parts - the first being a five-minute prepared speech based on a topic … more
Please note that Monday, June 12th is a holiday so SEHS will not be open.
The following day, Tuesday, June 13th, is 'student-free' so students should not attend school but instead return for normal … more
Some of you may be aware of the Netflix series '13 Reasons Why' and the criticism surrounding it.
Since the series was released in March, many organisations and medical professionals have … more
Are you the parent of a teen or pre-teen? Then Parenting SA is offering a free seminar at the end of this month on understanding the 'boy code'.
Taking place at the Adelaide Convention Centre, and … more
Salisbury East High School has published its annual report for 2016.
The purpose of this document is to inform parents and the wider school community of the school's improvement planning and … more
All students will be dismissed at 2.15 p.m. (normal time) this Thursday, April 13th, for the end of Term 1 holiday break.
Reports cards will be distrubted electronically via our 'parent portal' as … more
Due to the Good Friday holiday on April 14th, the Term 1 Parent/Teacher Interview Evening will not be held as usual this week on Thursday the 13th.
Instead, parents/caregivers are invited to come … more
Join us at our open night and day at Salisbury East High School this month!
Parents and caregivers of prospective new students are invited to come along on Wednesday, March 29th, between 5.30 p.m. … more
Click here to read Issue 1 of our 2017 newsletters.
February 2017 more
Parents and caregivers are invited to join us at SEHS to 'meet the teachers'.
The special event takes place on Tuesday, February 21st, outside the Creative Arts Centre.
Although there will be a … more
SEHS has a vibrant, effective Governing Council that sees parents, members of our community, students and staff working together to improve the school.
The Governing Council forms a very … more
Download our latest term calendar by clicking on the following link:
Term 1 2017 more
Click here to read our 2017 newsletter regarding finance and other matters.
Finance and other matters 2017 more
Students and families should be aware that Term 1, 2017, begins for Year 8 and 12 students ONLY on Monday, January 30th, at 8.40 a.m.
Year 8s will then be dismissed at the usual time of 3.05 p.m. … more
The list of minimum stationery requirements for students attending SEHS in 2017 has been compiled.
Listed in the document is each subject, taught in Years 8 to 12, which has a specific need.
All … more
Salisbury East High School has maintained a SACE completion rate of 94% following the publication of results on December 20th.
The wonderful overall and individual achievements of our students … more
Devon Clothing Uniform Shop will be closed over the holiday period.
The last trading day of 2016 is Saturday, December 17th, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
The Modbury store will then re-open on Tuesday, … more
The end of the year is fast approaching, but we aren’t slowing down at SEHS!
The final weeks of 2017 will be full of new challenges and learning opportunities for our students, and attendance … more
Students at Salisbury East High School will be able to keep the sun out of their eyes, and off of their heads, with an exciting new uniform item.
The SEHS cap was released this week and is available … more
Two after-school language courses will once again be offered to students at SEHS in 2017.
Following the huge success of this year's program, Kirundi and Nepali will be available to students in Years … more
SEHS arts students will present a performance of 'School of Rock' this month.
Featuring dance and music, there will be a matinee on Wednesday, November 23rd, at 11 a.m. and an evening show at 6.30 p. … more
In keeping with the Salisbury East High School values of pride, respect and responsibility, all students are expected to wear the SEHS uniform.
We believe that wearing the SEHS uniform creates a … more
Click here to read Issue 6 of our 2016 newsletters.
September 2016 more
Salisbury East High School is officially 50 years in the making and will celebrate the occasion with a special day of fun, festivity and friendship.
To mark the milestone, former and current … more
Click here to read Issue 5 of our 2016 newsletters.
August 2016 more
All school fees are now overdue and parents/caregivers are reminded that payments should be made immediately.
Alternatively, unpaid fees will be processed and sent to the debt collection agency this … more
Click here to read Issue 4 of our 2016 newsletters.
Salisbury East High School’s ‘Golden Girls’ have been crowned 2016 State Champions for winning their category of the South Australia Aerobics Series.
Gold was the colour of their … more
Families are advised that the uniform shop, Totally Schoolware, will be closed for stocktake from Thursday, June 23rd, to Sunday, June 26th, and will reopen at 9 a.m. on Monday, June 27th.
For … more
Click here to read Issue 3 of our 2016 newsletters.
A brand new Specialist Soccer (Football) program will begin as a pilot for Year 8 students in Semester 2.
Designed for boys and girls, it is aligned to the Australian Curriculum with four timetabled … more
Our fabulous musicians and dancers are all set to wow the crowds during two evenings of entertainment this term.
On Tuesday, June 7th, music students in Years 8 to 10 will put on a series of … more
Our aerobics team has taken a massive hop, skip, straddle jump and high kick towards the 2016 National Championships after a stunning performance in the opening state series event.
Better known as ' … more
Food & Hospitality students had a taste of European cuisine during an excursion to the Adelaide CBD this term.
The Year 12s were reflecting on their current research assignment 'Small … more
Staff and students at Salisbury East High School held an ANZAC Day assembly to remember all Australians who have served and died in war and on operational service.
The annual event, which took place … more
The Term 1 Report Collection and Parent-Teacher Interview Night will take place on Thursday, April 14th from 3 to 7 p.m.
Year 8, 9 and 10 home groups will be located in the library, and Year 11 and 1 … more
The Adelaide College of the Arts had our students dancing to a different beat this month.
Year 10s and 11s, who are currently studying dance at SEHS, spent an action-packed day at the ACA along with … more
Click here to read Issue 2 of our 2016 newsletters.
The new Entertainment Book will be available to purchase from mid-April.
As well as the traditional book, the Entertainment Digital Membership can also be purchased - with a percentage of every sale … more
People from all over the world are now able to see for themselves the diverse educational programs and world-class facilities that are offered to students at Salisbury East High School.
An updated … more
Our Year 10 Traditional Art and Multimedia Art students will be entering the ‘Watershed Art Prize’ competition this year.
Run by Salisbury Council, it encourages awareness of water as a … more
Salisbury East High School will be holding their annual Open Night on Wednesday, April 6th.
The event, which is open to all parents/caregivers who are interested in enrolling their child at SEHS, … more
With freshly marked lines, the oval full of colour and faces full of smiles, the stage was set for the 2016 Salisbury East High School Sports Day.
After weeks of extreme weather conditions and the … more
ROUND 1: SEHS def. Thomas Moore College
Salisbury East High School started the day with opening batsman Richard Decrea making a superb 101.
Bailey Wake (18), Tyson Horne (40), Matt Veprek (34 … more
Click here to read Issue 1 of our 2016 newsletters.
Students at SEHS experienced a full throttle excursion to the Clipsal 500 this week.
Year 11 Science classes used the unique opportunity to investigate issues such as car technology, momentum and … more
Salisbury East High School will be holding a Year 8 and 12 'Meet the Teachers' night on Tuesday, February 23rd.
At SEHS we understand that effective communication and working in partnership with our … more
Parents and caregivers are cordially invited to attend Salisbury East High School's Governing Council Annual General Meeting.
The AGM will take place on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016, from 7 to 8 … more
Salisbury East High School graduate Aaron Lloyd was awarded with his Subject Merit at Government House this week.
The highly talented guitar player received his award on Tuesday, February 9th, for & … more
Salisbury East High School wishes our students, parents, teachers and community a safe and happy festive holiday.
Students in Years 8 and 12 return to school on Monday, February 1st, with Years 9, 10 … more
Click here to read Issue 8 of our 2015 newsletters.
Principal Jacqui van Ruiten has announced she is leaving Salisbury East High School at the end of 2015.
After four years at the helm, Ms van Ruiten has accepted a generous offer to lead Norwood- … more
Each year the Salisbury East High School Governing Council approve the Materials and Services Charges.
For 2016, the Governing Council has approved Materials and Services Charges of $350 for SEAL … more
Salisbury East High School has released its list of stationery requirements for 2016.
The document lists a recommendation of what each student needs in individual subjects studied in Years 8 to 12. … more
Salisbury East High School set a new all-time high when the 2015 SACE results were announced on December 15th.
The wonderful individual achievements of our students reflect their hard work, energy … more
What an amazing visit Salisbury East High School experienced with staff and students from Ritsumeikan Junior High School, Japan.
We were privileged to host 13 students and their teacher, who … more
SEHS helped young students through the healing process after visiting primary schools in the Mid North towns affected by the recent bush fires.
On Tuesday, December 8th, art teacher Marcia Crafter … more
This year has been a very busy one for the Concert Band.
They have performed at 100-Year Anzac Celebrations, The Balakalava Eisteddfod, MAD Night and then finished the year with a tour of the … more
After a long anticipated wait, the arts staff of Salisbury East High were very fortunate to celebrate their annual MAD (Music, Art and Dance) evening in the new Creative Arts facility.
Students from … more
Year 10 students have been growing 'flowers' in the school's new Creative Arts Centre.
In Semester 2 they created flower pot sculptures in the style of contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi … more
Multimedia students have been learning the tricks of the digital illustration trade through a series of expert 'designer in residence' extra-curricular sessions.
Students from Year 9 to 11 were very … more
After a three-year lay-off, Salisbury East High School returned to the Northern Zone Ten-Pin Bowling Competition this year with two teams ready to roll!
The students entered Bowland excited about … more
A Salisbury East High School teacher has been reflecting on her teacher exchange program to Korea.
Arts Coordinator Chrissy Frahn embarked on the Teaching Abroad for Global Competency … more
Term four is often the most hectic term in secondary schools and this year is by no means an exception.
In addition to our regular teaching and learning, our students have engaged in a wide range of … more
Salisbury East High School's annual Music, Art and Dance (MAD) show will take place on Wednesday, November 25th.
To be held in our brand new Creative Arts Centre, the evening begins at 5.30 p.m. for … more
Click here to read Issue 7 of our 2015 newsletters
Parents and caregivers are invited to attend a Governing Council meeting where the 2016 Materials and Services Charges will be discussed and approved.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 24 … more
A Year 11 home group was bowled over after claiming an award for three terms in-a-row.
Salisbury East High School rewards the class with the best attendance each term, and 1102 managed to win the … more
Throughout the Term 3 school holidays, music teacher Belinda Parr was selected by the Teachers Registration Board to receive sponsorship to attend the 2015 Australian Society for Music Education … more
Salisbury East High School Concert Band visited the Winzor Retirement Estate to perform as a part of the Every Generation Festival.
The band provided an hour of entertainment for the audience on … more
The school calendar for Term 4, 2015, is now available.
It contains dates of important events, the Senior School Graduation, Leaver's Day and the Formal, exams and student free days.
Click on the … more
Teachers at SEHS tucked into a delicious meal last week thanks to a former student.
Ghadi Halabi, who graduated from Salisbury East High School in 2010, returned on the evening of Thursday, … more
A Year 12 Home Group is spreading love to children who are less fortunate than themselves.
Miss Crafter’s 1202 class engaged in the ‘Shoeboxes of Love’ project this term, which … more
Students from Salisbury East High School took off on an incredible flying visit to Parafield Airport this week.
The access-all-areas excursion was part of ‘Workwise Week’, when Year 10s … more
SEHS said a fond farewell to one of its longest-standing staff members this week after more than 17 years of service.
Margaret Stevens started working at Salisbury East High School's canteen as a … more
Salisbury East High School's front office will be open during the forthcoming end of Term 3 holidays.
Due to road works (click here for more information) access to the school will be via the Smith … more
A big thank you to those families who have paid their fees in full, submitted their School Card forms, and to all who have made use of the PayWay and Bizgate facilities and are paying off their … more
Students completing SACE subjects this year will be able to access their results on the SACE website from 8.30 a.m. on Tuesday, 15th December.
The SACE Board is making online results available … more
With Term 3 drawing to a close, there has been a lot of hard work done with exams looming for our senior students, planning and selection of courses for 2016 almost complete and the report collection/ … more
Year 12 Food and Hospitality students put the icing on the cake of their SACE Stage 2 course this week.
For the final assessment task of the year, the class completed the 'Cakes for Special … more
Click here to read Issue 6 of our 2015 newsletters
A 40-hour famine by students at Salisbury East High School has raised more than $600.
Sponsored to give up something from their ‘comfort zone’, 15 students and four teachers … more
Salisbury East High School's dancers made the earth move at a spectacular performance on Wednesday night.
Teaming up with Salisbury High School, the annual evening showcased the work … more
Salisbury East High School's Term 3 student reports will be issued on Thursday, 24th September.
Parents/Caregivers can collect reports between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. from the FPU (Years 8 and 9) and the … more
The open boys 5-a-side soccer team put in a spirited and exciting performance during the state carnival held in West Lakes this month.
A solid 7th place standing out of 12 teams was perhaps not … more
Downer Infrastructure will be undertaking works on the road section detailed below during the date(s) listed.
There will be periods during this time that access to property may be restricted. Those … more
Northern Adelaide State Secondary Schools Alliance (NASSSA) has been named as a finalist at the prestigious 2015 Australian Training Awards in the School Pathways to VET Award category. … more
A group of students cooked up a storm to raise money towards a new initiative at SEHS.
The Year 9 boys are involved in a special program that introduces them to life experiences that they would … more
Dancers from Salisbury East High School hope the audience will 'Feel the Earth Move' at a forthcoming performance.
Teaming up with Salisbury High School's Year 12 Dance program, the collaborative … more
Three new languages will be offered to students at SEHS in 2016.
Delivered by the School of Languages, Kirundi, Nepali and Dinka will be available to students in Years 10 to 12.
Taking place … more
Click here to read Issue 5 of our 2015 newsletters
THREE Salisbury East High School students made the news for playing their part in World Vision’s 40 Hour Famine.
Kelly Curtis, Paige Johnston and Conor Shepherdson are among 15 students and … more