Challenging students to aim high
Connecting learning and the wider world
Developing innovative solutions
Quality teaching and learning
Independent Lifelong learners
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Welcoming you to Exmouth District High School

Exmouth District High School is committed to continual improvement.

Exmouth is a small coastal community situated in the remote North West of Western Australia approximately 1250km north of the capital city, Perth. The population of approximately 3000 can more than double during the tourist season. The town is surrounded by a national park and pastoral regions and is the gateway to the spectacular World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Marine Park.

At Exmouth District High School we want the very best for our students. We want them to find purpose, meaning, and happiness in life. We want to nurture them and teach them to ensure every student is successful in their chosen pathway. We believe strongly in belonging to a community and valuing every individual and committed to ensuring our students are at the centre of every decision we make. Through our journey of explicit teaching and high-impact instruction, we will ensure every student achieves the highest academic success possible while always committing to our student’s health and well-being, as well as engaging our families and the wider community in our journey.

Our Professional Learning Community is based on the commitment that every child matters and is dedicated to the principle that every child deserves to succeed. The school places a high value on the power of professional collaboration with teachers creating a dynamic culture of continuous improvement with a focus on results.

Exmouth District High School is an Independent Public School that proudly enacts our motto ‘A Beacon of Learning, an Ocean of Opportunities.’

Our Vision

“Developing well-adjusted, creative, and resilient students through high-quality teaching and learning in a collaborative, safe environment. We aim to nurture and grow lifelong learners enriched by the surrounding world heritage listed Ningaloo Coast”