Killarney Heights High School is a high achieving school with a strong commitment to quality teaching and learning within a comprehensive co-educational framework. The school aims to enable students to achieve high standards of learning and develop self confidence and commitment to personal excellence in all endeavours, based upon a strong set of values. We are located in a quiet, bushland setting, in the Northern Sydney Region, 20 minutes from the centre of Sydney.
Killarney Students support Variety- The Childrens' Charity.
The Student Representative Council organised a very successful fundraising RAINBOW mufti day recently. The money raised, through student donations on the day, went towards supporting Gavin Little and his fellow driver Ray in their 2014 Variety Bash journey which raises money for sick, disadvantaged and... Read More
The miserable August day was brightened by the wonderful costumes worn by staff and students to celebrate International Day at Killarney. Steamed pork buns, giant pretzels French twist doughnuts were sold on the day. The school canteen also cooked up a variety of International foods... Read More
HTN Hospitality Culinary Competition
Lawrence Fang from year 11 competed in the inter schools Hospitality Culinary competition last Friday 1st August at Brookvale TAFE. Even though he did not win the competition he did a great job. Read More
Ultimate Frisbee - Ultimately Fun!
It may have been a ridiculous time to wake up for a weekend, but on Saturday the 26th and Sunday the 27th of July, 13 keen Ultimate "frisbee-ers" travelled down to Thomas Dalton park in Wollongong to play the school's first ever adult Ultimate... Read More
The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award
The Gold hike went ahead during the last school holidays and was a great experience. It was an interesting, varied and challenging route from Yarramalong to Wondabyne Station: passing through classic Australian bush, remnant rainforest and quiet farm roads. There were some nasty hills,... Read More