We are so pleased to welcome you to Wangaratta High School as a Year 7 student in 2022. This is an exciting time for students and families and we are very pleased that you have chosen Wangaratta High School.
If you attended our 2022 Transition to Year 7 Information Evening on March 4th, we kindly ask for your feedback.
Please take a moment to fill out our feedback form: https://forms.gle/pj3hCxtHvovXz6wS6
Meet our Middle School and Transition Leader John Paola.
Hello and welcome to Wangaratta High School’s Year 7 transition webpage. Firstly thank you for choosing Wangaratta High School for your child. This is an exciting time for families but we also understand it is a significant change for students and can be a challenging time for parents and carers too.
The first year at High School is a big step in a child’s journey to adulthood and will bring exciting opportunities. To support this process and to make sure the transition to Wangaratta High School is smooth this webpage contains all the information you need to get started including all the items your student will need like the uniform, books and technology as well as information about the school values, funding support, Year 7 camp, school buses and much more.
You will also have the opportunity at the bottom of this webpage to send through any questions that you may have about the transition process and the school.
Thank you again for choosing Wangaratta High School and we look forward to seeing you soon.
This Presentation will give you an overview of all the things you need to know before starting Year 7 in 2021, further documents can be found below.
This booklet has detailed information about starting Year 7 in 2021 including subjects, co-curricular options and key dates.
Commencing Year 7 Information Booklet 2022
Please see the About Us tab at the top of this webpage to find out more about our school.
Wangaratta High School supports students to use technology in a safe, flexible and appropriate way.
Students of Wangaratta High School are required to purchase their own laptops, to ensure flexibe access to digital technology to support their learning.
There is a heavy expectation for all students to come to each class "Ready to Learn", with their laptops easily accessible and fully charged. As almost all classes and teachers use online resources, it is imperative that students are fully prepared.
Student laptops must comply with the WHS Technical Specifications and be used in accordance with the WHS eLearning Acceptable Use Agreement.
Technical Specifications for Student Computers
eLearning Acceptable Use Agreement FormMobile phone policyGoogle Suite Privacy Information
Compass Parent Guide 2022
If you live 4.8kms or more from school you may be eligible for a school bus to get you to school.
Bus Travel Information 2022
Are you attending your closest high school?Fill out this Eligible Students Application FormAre you not attending your closest high school?Fill out this Fare Paying Application FormPlease return to the bus coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 5723 0519
Year 7 Camp
Information coming soon.
A range of supports are available to families including the State Schools' Relief Fund and a Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF).
2021 Parent Payments
Department of Education and Training's Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund Information and Application Forms
State Schools' Relief Fund Year 7 CSEF Uniform Package 2021 Information for Parents
State Schools's Relief Fund Year 7 CSEF Uniform Package 2021 Application Form
Our Wellbeing Team is here to support students, parents and carers and build a positive culture of learning and teaching.
For more information, please contact our Transition Leader Deborah Emer on 03 5723 0500