Student Committees/Clubs

At Thornlie Senior High School students are encourage to participate in a number of committees/clubs throughout the school. The purpose is to have a student voice on these committees/clubs and enable students to put forward their views and opinions.

Student Council – Duly elected members who represent the students and meet regularly to put forward opinions and views to the Administration. This committee co ordinates with other committees to organise events to fund raise for selected charities whilst providing fun and entertainment for the students.

  • Color Run
  • Quiz Night
  • R U OK Day

School Board – The Head Boy and Head Girl have a seat at Board meetings to represent the student body. 

Your Move – This committee encourages students to be more active with events like Walk to School and Ride to School Days.

Health and Well-Being – This working party is made up of school staff, parents, P&C and students to ensure on going Health & Well being of the school community.

House Captains – Duly elected members to represent the  4 house factions at events such as sporting events and school competitions.

Change Makers – Year 8 students have recently formed this club to meet in 211 every Monday and Wednesday at recess. They are about creating change and helping out around our school. All are welcome to join this new club. Please see Mr. Bateman.

Theatre Club – Do you like musicals such as Les Miserables and Grease? Would you like to perform songs such as Footloose, Dancing Queen and Fame? The Musical Club is a student-run club that covers all of these! Dancing, Singing and Acting all into one to perform acts from our favourite musicals. There are no pre-requisites! You could have no experience or coached in the performing arts. We will help you learn, alongside boost your confidence in these areas! Everyone is welcome to come to a rehearsal.
First rehearsals begin Wednesday, 2nd of March (Week 5) from 8:20am to 8:45am, then every Wednesday for the rest of the school year. Any questions should be directed towards the Performing Arts staff.

Boomerang Club – By invitation this club for indigenous students meets weekly. For further information contact Mrs Rebello, Mrs Abraham or Mrs Mahindroo.