Bunbury Senior High School
At Bunbury Senior High School, we are inspiring, positive and open to limitless possibilities. We understand that the work we do can be life changing and we hope to inspire our students to be courageous and to choose what is meaningful for them on their individual journey.
We work within an environment which recognises that all people achieve their best when they are engaged in learning and nurtured to grow and develop.
Selective Entrance Program
Bunbury Elite Sports Training
Visual Arts Specialist Program
I am proud of our past and present achievements and
I look forward to taking Bunbury Senior High School into a highly successful future"
Principal ~ Bunbury Senior High School
Our priorities: Success For All Students.
High Quality Teaching.
Effective Leadership and Governance"
Craige Pettit, Principal Kelly Anderson, Deputy Principal Kylie Ward, Manager Education Services Sue Gledhill, Manager Corporate Services
David attended Bunbury Senior High School leaving in 2008 and was been named the Rhodes Scholar for 2013.
David completed a Bachelor of Science (Advanced) course at UWA and attended Oxford University studying Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
David is full of praise for the teachers at Bunbury Senior High School who encouraged hard work and initiative. "That sort of work ethic sticks with you I think."
In 2011 David co-founded the not-for-profit organisation called Teach Lean Grow Inc., a volunteer group that sends university students to primary schools in
remote and regional areas to help boost literacy and numeracy.
David received his scholarship from State Governor Malcolm McCusker at Government House.
Jane and Karen were only one year apart at Bunbury Senior High School and both women have gone on to study medicine at the University of WA. The sisters were high achievers in a range of areas at school.
Obviously, both were academically talented and were a part of the online Gifted and Talented program. They were members of the school band and talented athletes, representing their school at Country Week and Athletics.
In 2010 and 2011, respectively, Jane and Karen were recipients of the Fogarty Scholarship, which has funded their undergraduate program at UWA and continues to support them as postgraduate medical students. Both women are members of the Fogarty Group at UWA and benefit enormously from those connections
John Sanderson was the Head Boy at Bunbury Senior High School in 1957. At the age of 18 he entered the Royal Military College, Duntroon, graduating in December 1961 and being commissioned in the Royal Australian Engineers. Sanderson also completed a Fellowship Diploma in Civil Engineering at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
From 1995 to 1998 Lieutenant General John Sanderson served as Chief of Army and later as the 29th Governor of Western Australia from 2000 to 2005.
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