Gingin District High School takes pride in our Kindergarten to Year 10 programs, nurturing our students throughout their school life. There are currently about 373 students enrolled at the school, including approximately 134 secondary students. Our vision is for an inclusive school where every child is able to reach their potential in a collaborative and productive environment.
Our school was established as a District High School in 1964, although the history of education in the Gingin area is much older than that. We enrol students from a wide geographical area. The catchment area includes the localities of Lancelin, Regan's Ford, Bindoon, Muchea and Guilderton. Many children arrive at school after a long bus ride, so our school Breakfast Program is a program for all students, even if they have already had breakfast before they left home.
School buses are well maintained and supervised. Bus drivers provide regular information and communication to parents and the school. Your family may be eligible for transport assistance for travel to and from your school bus stop.The school has a very supportive community, including support from local businesses and the Shire Council.
Our Student Council plays a major role in the management of student issues for the school. Through a partnership with the Gingin Shire the Student Council meet in the Shire Chambers under the guidance of the Chief Executive Officer. Our Parents and Citizens' Association works constantly with the school to improve school programs and the school environment. We would like to invite you to be a member of our P&C committee. Please contact the school or the P&C president directly.
Our administration team includes the Principal, the Associate Principal, Deputy Principal Senior Schooling, Deputy Principal Middle Schooling, and Deputy Principal Early Childhood, as well as our Business Manager. Our School Council consists of parents, staff members and community members and is the decision making group for the school. Parents may nominate to be members of the School Council. Please speak to the school for details.