Welcome to Findon High School

Principal’s Welcome

Welcome to Findon High School, a school with heart!

For 60 years Findon High School has been proudly serving the young people of the western suburbs. In recent times the school has become a thriving example of multi-culturalism at its best. We offer a full range of subject choices, for the needs of all students, whether their goals be academic or vocational. It boasts former students who have contributed significantly to our community in the areas of arts, the media, sport, academia and law just to name a few.

Students attending our school work in a context of long established traditions, respectful relationships and expectations that lead to high achievement. In this environment our teachers come to know the students well and support them in what it is they most want to become. Our staff are deeply committed to building a rich learning environment for young people and deliver a curriculum that engages all students and recognises and maximises their potential and develops their role as local and global citizens.

Earlier this year we launched our Master Plan (facilities upgrade). I encourage you to view
our plan on this site.

I am very proud to be the Principal of Findon High School and encourage you to take a “trip around the world of Findon” on our website

Sue Burtenshaw


Latest News

  • BYOD Portal Open For Orders

    The Findon High School technology Portal (BYOD Purchasing) is open for orders.

    All orders made by the end of Week 2 Term 4 will be delivered before the end of the school year.

    Click Here to open …

  • Student Testimonial

    Findon High gave me the drive, motivation and confidence to achieve success and be my best self. "

    Carly McDonald. Former year 12 Student 2014


    Read the full testimonial here.........


  • Findon Falcons Div 1 Ice Hockey Tournament

    On Monday 14th September the Findon Falcons participated in their first Division 1 tournament.

    After finishing in top place last term in Division 2, the Falcons were elevated to a higher division …