commitment
to learning
& personal
development

respect & responsibility
for each other,
our environment & ourselves

global
citizenship
& world class
standards

Natasa Penna – Principal

welcome

Banksia Park International High School provides students with a world-class, relevant and challenging curriculum delivered in a supportive and respectful learning environment. We are committed to helping students develop knowledge, high self-esteem and the dispositions and capabilities that will assist them to become successful citizens in an increasingly global context.

our school

BPIHS in numbers

0 %
SACE completion
in 2023
0
Vet Students
in 2023
0
Entrepreneurial Students
in 2023

aware & empowered

beyond the classroom

At Banksia Park International High School, we pride ourselves on our Educational Programs and Opportunities for all students. However we also want the opportunity for students to grow beyond the classroom, preparing them for the future. 

agency in action

banksia park proud

we're social

stay up to date

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
And the winners are M I L N E!!!
💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙
#bpihs #sportsday2024

And the winners are M I L N E!!!
💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙
#BPIHS #sportsday2024
... See MoreSee Less

... See MoreSee Less

🚨 REMINDER Students starting High School in 2025 -  Dont miss out on the opportunity to apply for The Future Academy - your entrepreneurial pathway at Banksia Park International High School! Our unique program is designed to transform learning with creativity, innovation, and real-world problem-solving. 💡

The selective entry process to The Future Academy is available to students currently in year 6 who will begin high school in 2025. Students from within or outside our school zone are able to apply. Students need to commit to follow the entrepreneurial pathway from years 7 to year 10.

Applications are now open! Join us in 2025 for an educational journey where your ideas come to life.✨  Please find more information here https://bpihs.sa.edu.au/entrepreneurial-specialist-program/

Applications close May 3 2024

Banksia Park School R-7 Fairview Park Preschool and Primary School Redwood Park Primary School - Pre to 6 Tea Tree Gully Primary School Ridgehaven Primary School Surrey Downs Primary School

🚨 REMINDER Students starting High School in 2025 - Don't miss out on the opportunity to apply for The Future Academy - your entrepreneurial pathway at Banksia Park International High School! Our unique program is designed to transform learning with creativity, innovation, and real-world problem-solving. 💡

The selective entry process to The Future Academy is available to students currently in year 6 who will begin high school in 2025. Students from within or outside our school zone are able to apply. Students need to commit to follow the entrepreneurial pathway from years 7 to year 10.

Applications are now open! Join us in 2025 for an educational journey where your ideas come to life.✨ Please find more information here bpihs.sa.edu.au/entrepreneurial-specialist-program/

Applications close May 3 2Banksia Park School R-7lFairview Park Preschool and Primary SchoolcRedwood Park Primary School - Pre to 6 Tea Tree Gully Primary SchoolcRidgehaven Primary SchoolcSurrey Downs Primary Schoolchool
... See MoreSee Less

🏆🎉 Exciting news! Banksia Park International High School emerged victorious at the Track and Field Championship held today at the SA Athletics Stadium! 🥇🏃‍♂️ Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches for their outstanding performance and dedication! #BPIHS #TrackAndFieldChampions #banksiabears

🏆🎉 Exciting news! Banksia Park International High School emerged victorious at the Track and Field Championship held today at the SA Athletics Stadium! 🥇🏃‍♂️ Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches for their outstanding performance and dedication! #BPIHS #TrackAndFieldChampions #banksiabears ... See MoreSee Less

🏀 Last week, our BPIHS Year 11 and 12 students had a blast at the 3x3 Basketball Day Carnival at The Lights! With 42 teams from diverse backgrounds and skill levels, it was a fantastic display of sportsmanship and talent. 🌟 #BPIHS #BasketballCarnival #banksiabears

🏀 Last week, our BPIHS Year 11 and 12 students had a blast at the 3x3 Basketball Day Carnival at The Lights! With 42 teams from diverse backgrounds and skill levels, it was a fantastic display of sportsmanship and talent. 🌟 #BPIHS #basketballcarnival #banksiabears ... See MoreSee Less

At BPIHS we belong! 🌏 This week we celebrated by engaging in a variety of Harmony Week activities. Harmony Week is the celebration that recognises our diversity and brings together staff and students from all different backgrounds. This week has helped build our school value of Unity, and we saw many students being the best versions of themselves. Please enjoy our Harmony Week recap video! 😊🎉 Smiles, from the Well Being Team ✨👏 #BPIHS #HarmonyWeek ... See MoreSee Less

🎉 Congratulations to the winners of the challenge at our Twilight Evening last week in The Future Academy room! 🌟

🥇 In first place, Mack C from St Agnes Primary with a desk that transforms into a sleeping space based on work output levels!

🥈 Second place goes to Luca L of Ardtornish Primary with the Inflatable Laptop Bag!

🥉 Third place goes to Liam T from Redwood Park Primary for the extendable backpack!

Thank you to all who participated! #FutureInnovators #TwilightEvening #CreativeSolutions #bpihs

🎉 Congratulations to the winners of the challenge at our Twilight Evening last week in The Future Academy room! 🌟

🥇 In first place, Mack C from St Agnes Primary with a desk that transforms into a sleeping space based on work output levels!

🥈 Second place goes to Luca L of Ardtornish Primary with the Inflatable Laptop Bag!

🥉 Third place goes to Liam T from Redwood Park Primary for the extendable backpack!

Thank you to all who participated! #futureinnovators #twilightevening #CreativeSolutions #BPIHS
... See MoreSee Less

🏐 Our Year 11s and 12s had a blast at Glenelg Beach last Friday, enjoying a day filled with exciting Beach Volleyball matches! A big thank you to all the students who participated and made the day so much fun. 🌞 #BeachVolleyball #bpihsproud

🏐 Our Year 11s and 12s had a blast at Glenelg Beach last Friday, enjoying a day filled with exciting Beach Volleyball matches! A big thank you to all the students who participated and made the day so much fun. 🌞 #beachvolleyball #bpihsproud ... See MoreSee Less

A SPECIAL REPORT: Celebrating Harmony Week 🌏🎉

Harmony Week is a celebration held annually in March across Australia. It’s aimed at promoting diversity, respect, and inclusiveness. This event is an excellent opportunity for parents to teach their children about different cultures, traditions, and customs. The goal is to encourage everyone to appreciate and celebrate differences and promote a sense of community and belonging for everyone.

During Harmony Week, BPIHS is providing a range of activities to bring people from different cultures together and promote the theme that “everyone belongs” 🤝. Participating in these events helps children to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diverse communities that surround them.

As a parent, you can engage your children in discussions about multiculturalism and encourage them to ask questions. Promoting a more harmonious and inclusive society can help children grow up with a greater appreciation for the richness and diversity of Australias cultural landscape.

This Special Report hopes to instil positive values and create an opportunity to start a conversation with your child about understanding diversity and multiculturalism 🌟.

We hope you take time to reflect on the information offered in this Special Report, and as always, we welcome your feedback 📩.

If you do have any concerns about the well-being of your child, please contact the school for further information or seek medical or professional help.

Here is the link to your special report:
https://bpihs.sa.schooltv.me/wellbeing_news/special-report-celebrating-harmony-week-au

A SPECIAL REPORT: Celebrating Harmony Week 🌏🎉

Harmony Week is a celebration held annually in March across Australia. It’s aimed at promoting diversity, respect, and inclusiveness. This event is an excellent opportunity for parents to teach their children about different cultures, traditions, and customs. The goal is to encourage everyone to appreciate and celebrate differences and promote a sense of community and belonging for everyone.

During Harmony Week, BPIHS is providing a range of activities to bring people from different cultures together and promote the theme that “everyone belongs” 🤝. Participating in these events helps children to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diverse communities that surround them.

As a parent, you can engage your children in discussions about multiculturalism and encourage them to ask questions. Promoting a more harmonious and inclusive society can help children grow up with a greater appreciation for the richness and diversity of Australia's cultural landscape.

This Special Report hopes to instil positive values and create an opportunity to start a conversation with your child about understanding diversity and multiculturalism 🌟.

We hope you take time to reflect on the information offered in this Special Report, and as always, we welcome your feedback 📩.

If you do have any concerns about the well-being of your child, please contact the school for further information or seek medical or professional help.

Here is the link to your special report:
bpihs.sa.schooltv.me/wellbeing_news/special-report-celebrating-harmony-week-au
... See MoreSee Less

LOAD MORE
Scroll to Top