Woodville High School has a long, 105 year old history of producing “Proud scholars in a proud community.” We provide opportunities and support for successful learning in a safe, supportive environment in which individuals are encouraged to expand and develop their knowledge, skills and graduate habits. These graduate habits will empower them to be successful members of a global society.
As leaders of an innovative and creative learning community, we are committed to effective teaching and success for every student. As a member of the local and global community, Woodville high School provides rich learning opportunities in a culturally diverse environment that values Well-being for all.
The graduates of Woodville High School will be prepared to be:
Global and local citizens
Respectful of other people
Confident life-long learners
Graduates are advantaged as emerging global citizens through the diversity of cultures represented in the school population. Global perspectives inform subject content and students are encouraged to develop intercultural understanding through pastoral care programs.
High Achievers' Breakfast
Year 12 Manager, Wendy Gawne, organised a special morning for our high-achieving Year 12 students on Wednesday of week 8, 17 June. It involved 24 students who have a grade-point average of 4.5 and above. It began with a breakfast and welcome by Ms Edwards and included a keynote speaker, a session by school Psychologist, Emma Thompson on How to Manage being a High Achiever, and other special guests. Mentor teachers supported their students in the final sessions as they devised an Action Plan for even further improvement.
National Reconciliation Week
Australians have and are facing some unforeseen circumstances due to COVID-19. The theme for National Reconciliation Week (NRW) reminds us whether we are in a crisis or in reconciliation with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples we are all ‘In This Together’.
Woodville High School students and staff this year were encouraged to celebrate and contribute to Reconciliation Week through a number of different activities.
St Clair Skate Deck community art project
The City of Charles Sturt recently asked young people who live, study, work or play in the area to submit a design/artwork for a skateboard deck for possible inclusion
in a community art installation at the new St Clair Skate Park. With skateboarding and art communities often influencing each other, The City of Charles Sturt asked the entrants to transform the surface of the skateboard into a platform of expression.