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Special Programs

At Collie Senior High School we are in partnership with the MILA Foundation and the Shire of Collie to run an Aboriginal Youth Program.  The activities, aim to build leadership capability within young Aboriginal students creating strong leaders  in the community.

Click below to find out about our MILA program

MILA information

Click below to read about our Sandra Elias Award Winners


Bring Your Own Device is being offered to Year 10, 11 and 12 students in 2020.  Please click here to find out more information.  School Lockers are available to store your device.  Forms can be collected from the Front Office, or here both Student and Parent/Guardian are required to sign the form before a locker is allocated.  Click here to view the letter outlining what the device will be used for.



2019 Year 12 Booklist

2019 Year 11 Booklist

Business Plan

We are currently working on our new plan for 2023 to 2026. To develop this plan, we have looked at our previous school review findings, analysed data and surveyed all key stakeholders. From these findings, we have been working with staff to reflect on what we are already achieving and how we can continue our school improvement journey over the next three to five years. The staff at Collie Senior High School seek to improve student outcomes and they strive to achieve this every day. We look to develop resilience, which allows our students to flourish on their learning journey. To achieve this, we need to work together on this journey.

 Our review highlighted the many opportunities Collie Senior High School provide for students and how we can continue to develop individual student pathways whilst working within a classroom focus. High quality teaching is key to improved reading outcomes, working across schools and the community as we work together to develop this essential life skill.

Please download the Business Plan here.

Please download the Strategic Plan here.

Contributions and Charges

  2023 Contributions & Charges                                    Year 11 Booklist                                                   Year 12 Booklist


Parents at Collie Senior High School have a very good track record of paying their Voluntary Contributions and Charges. We appreciate the efforts of our parents and they should pride themselves on their continued support of their community high school.


The collection of these payments will enable us to continue to provide the best possible educational opportunities to our students. Parents are strongly encouraged to continue to pay all contributions and charges because this will help to support your child and provide the best learning environment.


Payment Options:


For your convenience, payment may be made via Direct Deposit, EFTPOS, Credit Card, cash or cheque:


Direct Deposit:            Bank:     Bendigo Bank Collie      

BSB:       633 000

Ac#:       150463578

Ref:        Student Name


In Person:                      Collie SHS Administration Office - Cash or EFTPOS



Mail:                               PO Box 808, COLLIE WA 6225




Payment Plans:


Parents who are unable to make full payment of contributions and charges on commencement of a course are encouraged to contact the school to discuss payment options in confidence with the Manager of Corporate Services. This ongoing co-operation between the school and parents is vitally important to ensure the best possible outcomes for our students.


Secondary Assistance Scheme:


If you are the holder of a Centrelink Health Care Card, Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card or Veterans Affair Pensioner Concession Card you may be eligible for up to $350 towards school expenses.  For more information contact the school office on 08 9735 1200.  Applications close Thursday 1st April 2021.








Student Behaviour

Our students are expected to show respect for fellow students, staff and school property. They are encouraged to display appropriate manners by conducting themselves well in the classroom, within buildings, in the grounds, on outings, at camps and in the community, in or out of school uniform.  

Every member of our school community has the right to: 

  • learn and work without being disrupted by others
  • be treated courteously and respectfully
  • work in a clean, safe and harassment free environment

Disciplinary action will be taken if a student fails to comply with the School’s behavior management procedures which adhere to the Education Department’s policy 

Internet Access

Click here for the Online Services policy for students at Collie Senior High School. 

Click here for the Collie Senior High School Parent Handbook

View Collie Senior High School Business Plan

Buses and Parking

Information about school bus routes can be found at

There is ample parking available at the school for dropping off and picking up your child.

Parking is available on Pendleton Street (off Wittenoon Street).

Bus Services - Contacts

The Out of Town Bus run is for those students who:

  • are enrolled in the nearest school
  • who regularly attend school and use the approved ‘orange’ school bus for at least 6 trips per week
  • live more that 4.5kms for the school

To Apply

To apply for Transport Assistance you need to:

  • log on to
  • click on the Parents section
  • select the Application for Transport Assistance
  • follow the prompts

 Out of town bus contacts

Bus 1 North East Jenny and John Cherry 0427 389 677 or 0437 486 851
Bus 2 Muja Graham Pilatti 0407 779 172 or 9734 5596
Bus 3 Cardiff / McAlinden Jenny and John Cherry 0427 389 677 or 0437 486 851
Bus 4 Noggerup Keith - Violia Transport 0410 894 133 or 9734 4760
Bus 5 Worsley Jenny and John Cherry 0427 389 677 or 0437 486 851
Bus 6 Mungallup / Allanson Jenny and John Cherry 0427 389 677 or 0437 486 851

Town bus run

The Town Bus run is for students who live in town and wish to catch a bus to or from  school.  Please contact Graham Pilatti to arrange a suitable location for the drop off/pick up of your child.  There is a nominal fee charged per trip and this is payable to the bus driver who will exchange the money for tickets.

Town bus run contacts

Collie Bus Service – Graham Pilatti – 9734 5596 or 0407 779 172

Download Bus Service Contacts




School Term Dates

For future term dates please visit the Education Department’s website


Term Dates 2022



Semester 1 
Term 1   Monday 31st January - Friday 8th April  
 Break  Saturday 9th April - Tuesday 26th April  
Term 2  Wednesday 27th April - Friday 1st July  
Break   Saturday 2nd July - Monday 18th July  
Semester 2 
Term 3   Tuesday 19th July - Friday 23rd September  
Break   Saturday 24th September - Monday 10th October  
Term 4   Tuesday 11th October - Friday 16th December  


Parent Planner

School Uniforms

The community of Collie Senior High School has a designated school uniform for the following reasons.

  • uniforms enhances a sense of belonging, equality and community spirit
  • separates school from leisure time, focusing students’ efforts on learning
  • prepares students for the expectations of post school employment
  • assists the school identify unwelcome strangers
  • promotes a positive image of the school by ensuring a minimum standard of presentation of all students

Our school colours are red, light blue and dark blue.

Uniform Shop

The P&C uniform shop is open for your convenience each Friday morning from 8.20am to 8.45am. Volunteers are welcome at the uniform shop and if any parents, guardians or anyone part of the school community would like to be apart of the P&C contact the front office. 

Click here for our new online ordering system

If you have any questions or need help with the new ordering system please don't hesitate to contact our friendly P&C Volunteers during the above times.



Recognised uniform items

  • School polo shirts (blue, white or House colours)
  • School cotton print dress
  • School track pants, School navy shorts
  • Blue/black shorts, trousers or skirt
  • School jumper, spray jacket or fleece jacket
  • School leavers jackets
  • Approved school clothing award to a particular group
  • School blazer, white dress shirt, school tie

Special Conditions

For the safety and well-being of your child, and for the reputation of our school we advise that:

  • closed footwear is required (no thongs or strapless sandals)
  • excessive jewellery is not allowed (a watch and simple sleepers or studs in pierced ears is preferred)
  • denim clothing is not allowed at school as per the Department of Education policy
  • appropriate protection from the sun is required
  • no branded clothing or clothing with inappropriate slogans is permitted
  • no board shorts, hoodies or ugg boots are to be worn
  • school policy that any visible tattoos or facial piercings must be covered at all times
Please note:
  • In cold weather extra warmth can be gained by layering items under the official uniform items.
  • Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.
  • And finally……… thank you for ensuring your child’s uniform is spick and span. It ensures our students look and feel great!

School Hours and Attendance

Monday to Friday
Assembly Day
Warning Bell 8:40am     Warning Bell 8:40am
Period 1 8:45 - 9:49     Assembly 8:45 - 9:20
Period 2 9:50 - 10:54     Period 1 9:21 - 10:07
Recess 10:54 - 11:18     Period 2 10:08 - 10:54
Period 3 11:18 - 12:22     Recess 10:54 - 11:18
Period 4 12:23 - 1:27     Period 3 11:18 - 12:22
lunch 1:27 - 1:56     Period 4 12:23 - 1:27
Period 5 1:56 - 3:00     Lunch 1:27 - 1:56
        Period 5 1:56 - 3:00

NOTE: On Assembly Days students attend Period 1 and are accompanied by the teacher to the assembly.

Every Day Matters

Attendance at Collie Senior High School

Every day your child attends school matters. In secondary school this is even more important. Each day your child will learn something new so it is important to attend school every day. There is a direct correlation between attendance and achievement – which is why we place such importance on attendance at our school.

In Australia, attendance at school is compulsory from Pre-primary until the end of the year they turn 17 years of age.

From time to time your child may need to be absent from school. When this occurs please send a note of explanation to their Form Teacher when they return to school. If an absence is unexplained, we will contact you.

Teachers also appreciate, where possible, some advance notice of your child’s absence so they can prepare homework or make adjustments to their learning program.

Punctuality is also important. Your child is expected at school in time for the commencement of Period 1. If your child is late to school they require a note of explanation and to sign in at the front office on arrival. If your child has two unexplained late starts unfortunately they will receive a detention with our Deputy Principal.

If your child needs to leave school early

If your child is leaving early it is a legal requirement that you sign them out at the front office.

We are committed to ensuring your child is safe, so you should always let us know when and why they will be absent. When your child has left the school we do not hold a duty of care. Therefore it is important we communicate regarding your child’s attendance.  

Rewarding attendance

Because attendance is so important to your child’s success at school we have a reward program in place. When your child attends school 95% of the time or more, their name goes into a prize drawer. Prizes are awarded each semester for each year level.

Collie Senior High School