Lakeland Senior High School

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Lakeland Senior High School
South Lake, W.A.
Coordinates 32°06′30″S 115°50′44″E / 32.1082°S 115.8456°E / -32.1082; 115.8456Coordinates: 32°06′30″S 115°50′44″E / 32.1082°S 115.8456°E / -32.1082; 115.8456
Type Public, co-educational
Motto Strive to achieve
Established 1990
Principal Laurie Longworth
Enrolment 523 (semester 1, 2014)
Campus Suburban
Colour(s) Green, white and black

Lakeland Senior High School (LSHS) is a public high school found in South Lake, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.


The school was established in 1990 and caters to students from Year 7 to Year 12.[1]

Enrolment at the school has increased over the past years. The school had 659 students in 2007 prior to rezoning four primary schools to Atwell College. Enrolments were 618 in 2008, 591 in 2009, 478 in 2010, 405 in 2011, 450 in 2012, 480 in 2013, 523 in 2014, and 750 in 2015.

The school was given Independent Public School status by the minister of education, Elizabeth Constable, in 2011.[2]

Catchment area[edit]

Lakeland's catchment area has been specified by the Department of Education and Training to include all or parts of the suburbs of Beeliar, Bibra Lake, Jandakot, South Lake and Yangebup. Lakeland's feeder primary schools are Atwell, Beeliar, Bibra Lake, Jandakot, South Lake and Yangebup.[3]

Its neighbour high schools are Leeming to the north, Hamilton to the northwest, Atwell College to the south and Southern River College to the east.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Elizabeth Parnov - Australian representative to the 2012 Olympics in athletics[4]
  • Vicky Parnov - Australian Representative for 2006 Commonwealth Games in pole vaulting[5]
  • Taylor Worth - Australian Representative for 2010 Commonwealth Games in archery[6][7]

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