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Are you thinking about where you’d like to do Year 11 or 12 in 2017?

To arrange a campus tour or talk to us about what we can do together in the future.

 

Simply call 9314 0444.

We have courses that will help you get into university or training or to gain an apprenticeship or a job.

One thing is for certain. North Lake is different. There are no bells and you’re treated as an adult. Mature aged students are very welcome and you don’t need to live nearby – our students come to us from all over the state.

Fast Track, located in central Fremantle, will help if you’re not quite ready for Year 11 while the Intensive English Centre caters for newly arrived migrants and refugees who need to learn to speak and write English.

What North Lake students say…

“… the thing about my experience at North Lake is that I felt much freer to be myself. I felt like I was subjected to less pressure and less judgment and as a result I seemed to work better.” (Yann dux 2011, bass player for WAMI award wining Koi Child)

“Being at North Lake has been a great pleasure. I’ve totally changed since I got here. It’s not just the study, I’ve learned respect and seeing everyone as equal. I really like mixing with people from lots of different cultures – you learn different and better ways of doing things and you learn bits of their languages too. It was a good decision to come to North Lake and a very good decision to do Industrial Studies.” (Abraham, top Industrial Studies student 2015, heavy duty mechanical apprentice)

“When I arrived in Australia from China my English wasn’t good I couldn’t find a school, I was sad because the opportunity to study means everything to me. After a long time of searching I found North Lake Senior Campus. Because North Lake gave me an opportunity I worked hard to prove I was a good student. I had nice teachers who helped me and I want to thank all the teachers here.” (Louie dux 2013, ATAR of 99.3, Bachelor of Science at UWA with majors in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics)

“When I came to North Lake I saw how much my work meant to other people and it gave me the drive. I saw the difference, I saw that there was more than one path and that made all the difference.” (Georgia, dux 2015)

“I think relationships are a pretty key thing at school and at North Lake you get to really know the teachers. I was really appreciative of how much my writing skills improved. I had a purpose and was working towards something and I was able to do that without distractions and without a strong peer group thing going on.” (Niluka, co-dux 2013, Linguistics UWA)

 

Below are some of the partnerships we have created to help our students achieve their goals.

 

MindMatters
Innovative Designs for Enhancing Achievements in Schools
MindMatters is a national mental health initiative for secondary schools funded by the Federal Government Department of Health and Ageing.
North Lake has entered into a partnership with the neighbouring schools to increase the number of courses students can choose from as part of their learning program.
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SDERA

Melville Cockburn Chamber of Commerce
Act-Belong-Commit is a comprehensive health promotion campaign that encourages individuals to take action SDERA Online makes it easier for everyone to access drug and road safety information, resources, interactive games and activities, and other reliable and relevant websites. The Melville Cockburn Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) is a proactive organisation that strives for excellence in the provision of services to our constituents and in our engagement with the business community of the Melville Cockburn district.