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Kelly Skilling - President

Liz Roney - Secretary

Angela Jackson - Treasurer

Julie Davidson - Uniform Co-Ordinator

Kristy Delfante - Canteen Manager

School Board

Below are our current School Board Members

  • Paul Reuben - Chairperson
  • Andrew Whitney - Deputy Chairperson
  • Kirsten Thomson - Secretary
  • Julie Hillier
  • Kylie Holden
  • Stuart Kirk
  • Andrew Whitney
  • Dawn Windle
  • Renee Reid
  • Locchie Stallard
  • Grace Earnshaw

History of the School

Strong Tradition and Commitment

Since 1952 Collie Senior High School has delivered academic, university and vocational pathways for the children of the Collie community. We still have high expectations for our students because successful students equal a successful community.

In 1899, the first school in Collie was opened in a rented building by Mr J.T. Blaire with an enrollment of 55. The name of the town was then Coalville and the school was named Coalville School. In 1900, a new, two-roomed school was erected, the enrollment being 110. In 1903 the name of the school was changed to Collie.

For many years from 1924, the original school with its subsequent buildings, catered for both primary and post-primary children and was known as Collie District High School. In 1948, Collie reached the status of a three year High School with an enrolment of 200 post-primary students.

In 1951, the first class of fourth year students was established and in the following year nine students sat for the Leaving Examination (32 students sat for the Junior Examination in 1952).

In 1958 an overall plan was prepared for all buildings on the original site to be converted to High School purposes. These necessitated additional classrooms being erected at Wilson Park and the establishment of a new school at North Collie which was named Fairview.

In 1959, the first stage of conversion and modernisation of the School commenced with the first additions being officially opened on December 1, 1960. Further additions have been made over the years, the most recent of which was the construction of a new Administration block and Staff Room with the upgrade of a number of practical areas and the extension of the library in 2004.

Leadership and Executive Team


Dale Miller Principal
Dale Miller
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Aric Forman
Aric Forman
Deputy Principal
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 Renee Reid


Renee Reid
Deputy Principal
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Student Council









Our Student Council forms a very important part of our school decision-making and leadership team through the representation of student views.

2022 School Captains

Quinlan Croft and Jorja Davies

2022 Prefects

Racheal Quill, Taylah Weighell and Matthew Ager Spaven

2022 Student Councillors

Yr 11 - Austin Bates, Ebony Whitney, Skye Washer and Olivia Earnshaw

Yr 10 - Tyson Washer, Alexis Milne, Lola Henderson and Noah-Grace Richards

Yr 9 - Ruby Whitney, Keet O'Brien and Jett Gliddon

Yr 8 - Heidi Ireland, Regan Moloney, Rory Millman and Oliver Stewart

Yr 7 - Vince Madrienos, Jussi Davison, Dash Cain and Ava Roney





House System

Collie Senior High School has the following Houses:

Muja  Miss Thomson Red with black trim 
Wellington  Mrs Cole Green with yellow trim 
Griffin Mr Ireland Yellow with red trim
Phoenix Mrs Ienco Blue with yellow trim

Our House system helps foster your child’s sense of belonging at school. Being a House member develops team and school spirit through competition in a range of areas such as sporting and academic pursuits.

Our House Leaders play an important role in your child’s life at school. They play a counseling role and help with personal, peer, discipline and emotional issues that may arise from time to time.  


Student Services

Collie Senior High School has an extensive pastoral care system to support and guide our students. Student Services staff focus on early intervention to assist students in need by establishing effective collaboration between students, staff, parents and external agencies to best support student academic achievement and wellbeing.

We assist in the development of sound emotional, physical, social and psychological health. We promote the school’s expectations of Aspiration – Respect – Commitment - Honesty so that all students experience a sense of belonging and connection with their school community.

 Do I know who I go to if I

  • feel upset?
  • need help with my study routine?
  • feel stressed?
  • have an issue I need help with?
  • am struggling with my friends?
  • need first-aid?
  • have a health issue?
  • need general support?

 Roles and Responsibilities

Student Engagement Manager

  • Manages the operation of the Student Services Centre
  • Coordinates the transition program from Years 6 to 7
  • Offers one to one support to students, staff and families
  • Works closely with the Deputies and Student Services Team on all matters to do with student behaviour and social and emotional development

House leaders

  • Responsible for the pastoral care of students by offering advice and support in all aspects of school life including subjects, study, social and family concerns
  • Provides leadership and direction to their House
  • Encourages students to participate in school and community events
  • Liaises with parents about academic, social and emotional issues concerning students


  • Supports students and parents in time of need
  • Supports a caring consciousness within the school

School Nurse

  • Identifies students who may have health problems which affect them in school
  • Prepares care plans and procedures to manage health problems
  • Provides health education for students, staff and parents and health promotions
  • Is a resource for students, staff and parents and provides links to outside agencies

School Psychologist

  • Mental health and well-being:
    • Provides direct support for students experiencing mental health and well-being difficulties
    • Assists the school and children to maximise development of positive mental health and well-being
  • Learning:
    • Where appropriate, conducts assessments of students experiencing learning difficulties and/or disabilities at school
    • Supports the school in making appropriate curriculum adjustments for students in order to enhance their learning outcomes
  • Behaviour:
    • Works with students, parents and the school to identify and change target behaviours at the individual, group and systemic level

Aboriginal and Indigenous Education Officers (AIEO’s)

  • provide support to staff, students and the Aboriginal community in an effort to enhance the effectiveness of school based programs.
  • support to the school and class teacher, a positive role model, consultant to the education program and teaching aspects of Aboriginal culture.
  • Liaison Role between Aboriginal parents and teachers encouraging parent involvement in school, and conducting home liaison visits.

 Youth Focus

  • Works with Collie Senior High School one day per week
  • Provide free, professional counselling service for young people who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts depression, anxiety and self harm

Student Services Building

  • Most team members are housed in the Student Services Centre, there is a staff member on duty from 8.15am to 3.15pm Monday to Friday

 Contact List

Student Engagement Manager

Corry-Lynne Blurton

House Leaders

Phoenix – Candice Ienco

Muja – Kirsten Thomson

Griffin – Chris Ireland

Wellington – Coralie Cole


Stacey Munday

School Psychologist

Brooke Coverley

School Nurse

Carolyn Stone


Tobie Watson






Mission and Values

Mission Statement

To ensure all students have personalised opportunities to develop skills, knowledge and confidence through high quality school education, to pursue the future of their choice.

Our Values


Successful Students = Successful Communities

We thrive by living our VALUES and by being:

We are family. We are welcoming, caring and accommodating. We know we do our best work when we work together. Our school is our home to learn and grow.
We embrace who we are. We are natural and easy going. We follow required guidelines and achieve with minimal fuss and formality.
We are adventurous and like variety. We're always open to try new things and actively search out opportunities, experiences and challenges!
We work and learn with humour and fun and we make time to celebrate our efforts.
We respect and value the support of our local community and generously give back.

We continually seek out what we don't know. We are practical and adaptable and can think on our feet. We are determined and never give up.

These values are supported by our key principles




Principal’s Message

I’m so proud of our school. We have a fantastic reputation in our community and personally, I believe this is because we have fantastic people at our school made up both our staff and our students.
Our staff, both teaching and non-teaching are a credit to us.  They are a group of dedicated, passionate and talented leaders. They set the tone for the school.  The experience and enthusiasm they impart on our students results in a caring, positive culture where your child is able to navigate the sometimes challenging years of secondary school.

We work hard to ensure our values of learning, equity, excellence and care are not just bland statements, but are behind all that we do on a practical level. We are committed to the fundamentals of pastoral care and that above all else your child is cared for.
Our students have access to some amazing educational opportunities. Skilled experts lead our academic courses. These are the core subjects that help lay the foundations for learning for life.

We also have significant vocational education and training programs with industry links and well equipped facilities. So if your child is interested in starting a career at school, we can provide this option too.

A well rounded experience at school is important to your child’s well being. There are loads of extracurricular activities on offer as well. Music, art, drama, dance, sport, and civic interests are all part of the big picture here at Collie Senior High School.

At the end of their time at our school, we want your child to be a successful student and a happy and productive member of our community. To make this happen

We Strive – because anything is possible. We want students to Aspire to be their best, Respect themselves, Commit to education and be Honest with themselves and the community.

Dale Miller Principal

Collie Senior High School