Future Students

Current Students

Lower School
(7-9)

The lower school Curriculum continues to develop broad educational knowledge and skills in the core areas of Math, Science, English, HASS, PE & Health Education, in addition to elective subjects.

Specialist Programs

Our Academic, Music, Visual Art,
Languages and STEM Specialist Programs
are selective and highly competitive.

 

Upper School
(10-12)

The diversity of courses at Canning Vale College offers opportunities for young adults preparing for a range of post secondary pathways, including further education, training or employment.

Latest News

Junior Volleyball State Champions!

Congratulations to our Junior Volleyball players in Year 8 and 9 who participated in the State Championships last Friday. The results are as follows: Girls B Grade- Champions! Boys A Grade- 2nd PlaceBoys B Grade- 3rd Place

Year 9 Buzzer Beater Career Taster

Last week Ms Cooke took out some of our Year 9 students to a 'Buzzer Beater Year 9 Career Taster.' As part of Career Pathways our students had their fitness tested by using the gym, games and tests, giving them an insight to a career in fitness. “Turn your passion for...

Year 9 & 10 Students Participate in WA Mining Club STEM Program

Over the last two weeks our Year 9 and 10 STEM students have experienced hands on experience with coding, robotics and drones courtesy of the WA Mining Club STEM team. During the first session, students were introduced to DJI RoboMaster, with its omnidirectional...

Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia Award CVC Students

On Tuesday evening the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Perth held their annual Student Awards Event. Canning Vale College was proud to have three students nominated for their excellent results in 2023! The Consul General, Ibu Listiana Operananta,...

Year 9 Art Students Learn from Botanical Artist

On Wednesday our Year 9 Visual Arts Enrichment class took part in a 6-hour workshop with the exceptional Western Australian botanical artist Hayley Kruger. Throughout the day Hayley worked with students individually and in small groups to demonstrate her making...

Year 11 Student Wins 2024 Aboriginal Artist Award

Congratulations to Year 11 Shanese Collard who won the Aboriginal Artist Award at the City of Gosnells Art Award last Friday!   This category was open to all age groups and her self-portrait was positively described by the judging panel as honest, endearing...

Hub Students Environmental Enterprise Project

Students in the Hub are currently working on an environmental project where they are repurposing surplus fabric to reduce waste from landfills, a significant contributor to environmental pollution. Students are reusing fabric to make various items to promote...

Year 9 Career Taster – Art and Design at NM TAFE

Last week a group of Year 9 students attended North Metro Tafe for an introduction to Art and Design courses and careers. Lecturer Brendon introduced our students to traditional typesetting and printing machines. They then used a range of different printing techniques...

Indonesia Goes to School Program

Earlier this week CVC were lucky enough to be the first school for 2024 to participate in the "Indonesia Goes to School" program that was launched by the Indonesia Consulate General Perth. Our Year 7 and 8 Indonesian Language students learnt to play the angklung, how...

Students Try a Trade in Bricklaying & Carpentry

Last week 10 students in Year 9 & 10 attended Skill Hire for a 3 day Try-A-Trade in Bricklaying and Carpentry. They learnt all about constructing individual brick work piers, cleaning of tools & equipment, construction of low level walls between piers,...

A Message From Our Principal

At Canning Vale College, we are committed to “Creating Futures.”

 We support every student to engage, progress and develop throughout their time at our College so that they can transition to their chosen post school options and contribute responsibly and positively to their community and society as a whole.

We aim to be the school of choice in our local area. Our focus is to provide a safe and inclusive environment in which students can grow and be successful in all aspects of their lives. We provide strong pastoral care as well as high quality teaching and learning. We also aim to build and maintain a connection to our community and local networks, all of which enable us to provide a rounded education to all students that enables them to achieve the most appropriate post school option.

I have worked as an educator for nearly 40 years in country and metropolitan school as well as Regional Office, more than half of which has been in school administrative roles. This experience will help me to continue to build on the strengths of this College. I believe that every student has the potential to achieve their goals if properly supported and Canning Vale College will try hard to help our students achieve a successful outcome.

Neil Freckelton – Principal
Canning Vale College

Contact Canning Vale College

(08) 9334 9000

26 Dumbarton Road, Canning Vale, 6155

admin.canningvale.college@education.wa.edu.au