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LEAPS launch fun

Launching LEAPS

Each year selected Year 9 students take part in the Lawyers Encouraging and Assisting Promising Students (LEAPS) program. LEAPS is now in its twelfth year with law firm Minter Ellison and has been one of our most successful... Read more

Bullying no way wristbands

Celebrating a safe and friendly school

On Friday the 18th of March James Meehan High School participated in the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. Throughout lunchtime students showed camaraderie and cooperation in activities such as jump rope, ping... Read more

Oluwa and Victor School Captains 2016

Introducing our student leaders

Our school prides itself on the many programs we offer to build the leadership potential of students throughout their high school years. From Year 7 through to Year 12, students are able to participate in activities that develop... Read more

Dress for work

Snappy dressers!

Year 10 boys recently took the opportunity to participate in Dress for Work. The program provides tips and guidance in preparing boys for their first job interview, where presentation and first impressions count. After the... Read more

Mac Fields MP meets student leaders

Macquarie Fields MP goes back to school

Macquarie Fields State Member of Parliament, Mr Anoulack Chanthivong visited the school to meet students and learn about our innovative wellbeing programs. In our Yellow Room, he made friends with Ralphy, the newest and furriest... Read more

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Swimming Carnival - Fun Day

From our Sports Organiser, Mr Salem: We held our swimming carnival on Monday the 29th of February. The carnival consisted of competitive races, novelty games and a funny hat competition. Overall it was a fantastic day for... Read more

James Meehan High School is a community based comprehensive secondary school situated at Macquarie Fields. The school maintains an established reputation for literacy development, student support, technology and quality teaching.