Welcome to James Sheahan Catholic High School

We are in the country of the Wiradjuri people. We pay respect to their Elders, celebrate their
continuing culture and acknowledge the memory of their ancestors.


Dear Parents/Carers, Students and Visitors,
Welcome to James Sheahan Catholic High School. Our school is a welcoming and inclusive school, inspired by our Lasallian and Mercy traditions. We are guided and renewed by our Catholic heritage, and are committed to providing all our students a personal encounter with God. We challenge our students and staff to witness their faith through action and a commitment to social justice.
Our Strategic Planning reflects our core goal of raising student achievement through effort and improvement, recognising our school community is blessed by a wealth of talents, gifts and opportunities. Our teachers are committed to providing our students a Contemporary Learning experience, encouraging collaboration, creative and critical thinking, confident communication skills, and the ability to apply learning to their lives. Our students are empowered as learners in their educational journey and provided strong, integrated and highly accessible wellbeing support.
Our school provides a comprehensive array of co-curricular activities, encouraging students to develop their interests, gifts and talents.
We continue to fulfil our mission to achieve high levels of learning for all our students, by providing opportunities for excellence, growth and success in a caring environment. We are committed to providing the very best Catholic education to equip our students to live and work confidently, effectively and wisely in a complex and ever changing world.

Mr Peter Meers
Principal

Our Mission

James Sheahan Catholic High School is a learning community inspired by the traditions of our founders Catherine McAuley and John Baptist de La Salle. In our goal to achieve high levels of learning for all students, we provide opportunities for excellence, growth and success in a caring environment. Valuing compassion, courage and hope, our students will be prepared for a changing world. We are focused on ensuring that our school is a place where every student can belong and where all backgrounds, abilities and aspirations are embraced.

General News and Updates

Term 3, 2019
Wednesday 24 July - 2020 Year 11 Parent Information Evening - 7:00pm in Mercy Hall
Thursday 1 August - Presentation Assemblies
Year 7 - Period 2, Year 8 - Period 6, Year 9 - Period 5, Year 10 - Period 4 and Year 11 - Period 3.


PORTAL
- Compass Parent Portal Portal Instruction Booklet


Australian Catholic Schools - The Facts

Funding Catholic Schools

NEW Canteen Price list (Updated 2019)

Wellbeing and Support Referral Form
CEO Leadership Framework
Catholic Mission Expo
Buy and Sell Second Hand Textbooks and Uniforms at the Sustainable School Shop

Excursion Information

Duke of Edinburgh International Award information