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Papercut printing system has been released for students.

The school has introduced a print accounting system called Papercut. This will allow students to do their own printing and photocopying, including the submission of print jobs from home. Year 12 students have been provided with $5 printing credit in their Papercut accounts to assist them in their preparations for their upcoming trial and HSC examinations. All students may purchase printing vouchers from the front office for $5 each. Prices start from 10¢ for B&W and 20¢ for colour A4 pages. Students may access detailed information... Read more

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Singleton High School welcomes - 'The Happiness Mission'

'The Happiness Mission' Motivational Talk The Happiness Mission workshops are fun, engaging and interactive for everyone involved. Each workshop assists students to develop a variety of skills and strategies. We aim to increase confidence & positive wellbeing amongst students which results in increased engagement and motivation for a compelling future. where and when ! Singleton High School Multi-Purpose Centre (MPC) 26th July Year 7 & 8 Period 1 Year 9 & 10 Period 2 Year 11 & 12 Period 3 see link for more detailed information regarding 'The... Read more

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SHS Facebook Page Singleton High School has launched its OFFICIAL Facebook Page, please click the link above to ensure you go to the OFFICIAL page and then click LIKE to start receiving updates in your News Feed. We also encourage you to read the Rules of Engagement and be responsible and respectful in responding to any of the items on our page.... Read more

2016 trial HSC examination timetable

2016 Trial HSC Examination Timetable available now!

2016 Trial HSC Examination Timetable available to download here: 2016 HSC Trial Timetable (pdf 1073 KB) Examinations will commence on Monday 15th August 2016 in the MPC. GOOD LUCK!... Read more



Stunning NAIDOC Celebrations

Singleton High School held a stunning school assembly on Thursday 30 June as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations. Highlights of the assembly included traditional dances by the brilliant Banda-Ra dance group led by Michael Heitmeyer an inspirational and heartfelt speech by Dr Ray Kelly from the University of Newcastle a divine rendition of the Warmupi Band's "My Island Home" by the school's choir a traditional women's dance by the Y9 weaving group and Cherie Johnson. a bush-tucker inspired feast prepared by hospitality students and Mr... Read more

SHS presents DNA

Singleton High School presents "DNA"

Singleton High School Presents "DNA" 6PM Tuesday 19 July Singleton Youth Venue Cnr Bathurst and Pitt Sts $5 entry, tickets at the door. DNA flyer (pdf 1019 KB)... Read more

Grown Ups

SRC Fundraiser for Fred Hollows Foundation

Singleton High's Student Representative Council is holding a fundraising night to watch the movie Grown Ups. All funds raised will go to the Fred Hollows Foundation. Your friends and family are also very welcome. Drinks, popcorn, sausage sizzle $2 each and lolly bag $1 FRIDAY 1 JULY 5:00PM - 8:30PM $5 ENTRY SINGLETON YOUTH VENUE, CNR BATHURST & PITT STREETS Movie fundraiser flyer (pdf 990 KB)... Read more

Newsletter #6

Newsletter #6 - click link on right!


Gonski funding: Making the difference every day

The SHS P&C is a proud supporter of Gonski.

Visit I Give A Gonski to find out why. You tube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNJgMtT4jds... Read more


Beanie Day for Mark Hughes Foundation

Singleton High students and staff demonstrated their community spirit with a huge turnout for the school's first beanie day to help raise funds for the Mark Hughes Foundation which promotes awareness and research into brain cancer. Like any large organisation, Singleton High School has students and staff that are currently, or have been, affected by cancer - either directly or through a family member. The great turnout and support saw over $1100 raised on the day through gold coin donations and a BBQ by the SRC. If you want to know more about... Read more

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Y8 STEM Action Project

Singleton High Y8 students have participated in a STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) Action Project to promote skills and careers in these fields. The project task was to design the slowest marble rollercoaster made out of paper, cardboard, straws and tape. This involved the students performing research, concept design, testing, calibrating, laser cutting and assembly using principles from across the four STEM disciplines. The project helped to promote skills, interest and hopefully careers in the STEM for both boys and... Read more


Energy Expo Day

Singleton High recently hosted an Energy Expo as part of its funding grant from the Office of Environment and Heritage. The expo began with a presentation in the MPC and then a range of demanding activities around the school, including: energy treasure hunt, tug a war, giant soccer game, giant jenga, giant connect 4 and giant chess. The funding is part of the Office of Environment and Heritage's "Our Place" Program. It also involved students on the school's Environment Team conducting energy audits to identify energy savings through... Read more


Nic Newling Presentation

Nic Newling is a passionate advocate for mental health, suicide prevention and sharing personal stories. He has dedicated himself to changing the way mental illness is addressed in schools, workplaces and communities. He will give a presentation to Y7 Y8 Y9 and Y11 students on Friday 24 June. For more information about Nic please access this link Nic Newling Bio.... Read more

HSC Seminar Day

HSC Seminar Day 2016

The Singleton High School HSC Seminar Day is held at our school each year on the last Friday in May. Over 1000 Y11 and Y12 students representing over 30 schools from Narrabri, Merriwa, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle, Taree, Wauchope, Maitland and Central Coast areas attended our HSC Seminars. This year's HSC Seminar attracted over 40 experienced teachers including: Educational consultants, Senior HSC markers, HSC markers, University lecturers and Board of Studies staff from across the state. This highly experienced group of presenters delivered the... Read more

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Latest Newsletter #5 - Click Link at Right

Our latest newsletter - The Singleton Sun - is full of amazing articles and information: Video Competition . Geography Excursion . Going Greener . Clontarf Academy . Model United Nations . Careers Information . Japanese Studies . Staff Profiles . Developing Young Leaders . Special Education . Wellbeing Presentations... Read more

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Japanese Tour Success

A group of Singleton High teachers and local community members have recently returned from a very rewarding trip to Japan. The group travelled during the holidays to visit our sister school in Takahata, who have just opened a completely new junior high school. This new facility is very impressive, but equally impressive is the respect between students, parents, teachers and the broader community - they are really committed to learning and education. Takahata will be sending a delegation of 20 representatives, including their Mayor, to... Read more

Students march in ANZAC commemorations

ANZAC Day March

Over 90 students from Singleton High School attended Singleton's formal ANZAC Day commemoration service last Monday. This impressive representation of students reflects the ongoing relevance of ANZAC Day to young Australians and the character of our students. Thanks also goes to our SRC (Student Representative Council) for organising the blazers and ties, you all looked very splendid!... Read more

Year 12 Parent-Teacher Night Wed 11 May.

he Year 12 Parent-Teacher night will be on Wednesday 11 May commencing at 3.45-6.00pm in the school library. All bookings to be made through Millennium.... Read more

Year 7 Vaccinations round 2

The second round of the school vaccination program for Year 7 will be on Tuesday 3 May. The organisation for the day can be seen below - Period 1: Hollows & Yunupingu Period 2: Freeman & White Period 3: Brabham & Dunlop Period 4: Cosgrove, Stanley, Support & Multicat Units Please encourage your child not to become anxious and upset about this experience. The final third round of vaccinations will occur Term 3. If you have any questions please contact the Head Teacher Wellbeing.... Read more

NAPLAN Tests 10, 11, 12 May

NAPLAN tests will run on the 10th, 11th and 12th of May (Week 3, Term 2) for all Year 7 and Year 9 students. Students are required to bring the following equipment for each examination: * 2B pencil * Rubber * Sharpener * Calculator (for the Mathematics examinations only) Students will be issued with a timetable for these examinations Week 2. There will be a catch up day timetable for students who fall sick and miss an examination. If you require further information, please contact Mrs Jane Johns (CAPA faculty).... Read more

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