Staffing at our school contains a good blend of experience and recently graduated teachers with a minimum annual turnover. The administration team includes the principal, associate principal, a secondary deputy principal (Yr 7-10), a middle school deputy principal (Yr 4-6), a primary deputy (K-3). a registrar and a number of senior teachers. The school, in partnership with the Parents and Citizens' Association (P&C), the Gingin Shire Council and local church communities employ a School Chaplain full time.
Since 2004, links with local industry and businesses have allowed for the creation of a new Vocational Education Program for students in Years 10. Some of these students are completing a Workplace Learning Program (WPL) program that involves one day a week in the workplace. Successful students may receive accreditation for Year 11 and 12 SWL and a number of Units of Competency towards a Certificate.
The thirteen-member 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. This process has elevated the status of the student council and provided a valuable leadership experience for our students.
Secondary students have an opportunity to participate in the District High School Country Week program in term 3 of each year. Other excursions are organised by individual classes throughout the year.
In 2004, a school band program was established with the assistance of parents and community members. Students from Years 5 and above are eligible to join the band as well as receive individual instrumental tuition. In 2005 the band had grown to forty three students, with a junior band for new members and a senior band for those students in their second year.
In 2006 the school built a Performing Arts Centre using Commonwealth funding as part of the 'Investing in our Schools' grant. New art and junior primary buildings were constructed in 2010 as part of the Building Education Revolution program.