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.
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
Year 12 Showcase Coming Friday The 29th of August!
You are invited to spend an evening with year 12 enjoying a selection of their Final Practical Works. Friday 29th August 2014 - doors open 6 PM. Read More
Gold and Silver Medals!
Last weekend 2 Teams of Year 12 Hospitality Students participated in the Australian Culinary Federation, Hospitality Challenge at the Manly Food and Wine Show. Emma Baker, Betty Chen, Lachlan Barber and Keiran Short represented our school. Each school was placed with a Professional Chef. Our students... Read More
Another step closer to Rio!
The Boccia Nationals were held at the Narrabeen Sports Academy at the end of May. Spencer Cotie who is in Year 9, won gold in the team event and finished 4th overall in the individual competition. His continued success in Boccia resulted in Spencer... Read More
Great Success in Music
We had a wonderful night of Music last Friday night when James Morrison and the John Morrison trio joined our Big Band, and then did a set of their own. Our students were excited to be working with such incredible talent. It was wonderful... Read More