Year 7 students make a Splash at WaterMarc
Multicultural Lunch – A day that everyone at Reservoir High looks forward to.
Reservoir High School has raised the curtain on its new performing arts centre.
The theatre has tiered seating for up to 300 people. Famous Australian actor Debra Mailman (star of Offspring, Tomorrow When the War Began and Redfern) opened the centre and Reservoir High’s talented students and staff performed for a capacity crowd.
On the 22nd of March, 31 nervous but eager staff and students arrived at Melbourne Airport ready to embark on a journey that little to none of us fully knew what it would turn out to be like.
Congratulations to Cliantha Delana Quai Hoi for receiving the 2015 Pierre de Coubertin Award.
I would like to invite parents and staff to take the opportunity to make a contribution to the development of Reservoir High School through membership of the School Council.
You have probably noticed or read that Reservoir High has commenced building its new 300 seat Performing Arts Centre which will be ready to use from the commencement of term one 2016
A group of our International Students (we have nearly 30 this year) were invited by the Governor of Victoria, Her Excellency The Hon. Linda Dessau AM, to meet and tour Government House last week.
Welcome to new students and their families and welcome back to everyone else!