Keira High School

Great traditions, a confident future.

Telephone02 4229 4644

What we offer

Each school in NSW offers something slightly different depending on the community. Here's what we offer for you.



A feature of Keira High School is the plethora of opportunities that are provided to students to develop their skills and knowledge outside of classroom learning.

These events are coordinated by school staff, sometimes in conjunction with community organisations and are held throughout the year.


  • Aboriginal Education Committee
  • Arts Under the Stars
  • Bands: Senior Band, Beginner Band, Guitar and Ukulele Ensembles
  • Biannual Whole School Production
  • Book Club
  • Café
  • Chess
  • COVID Intensive Literacy and Numeracy Support
  • Crochet Club
  • Debating
  • Directed Senior Study for Year 11 & 12 students
  • Drama Festival
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • EALD Homework support
  • Engadine Band Fest + Illawarra Instrumental Festival
  • Harmony Day
  • Homework Club
  • HSC Atomi for Year 11 & 12 students
  • HSC Study Days
  • Illawarra & South East Region Touring ensembles
  • Induction program for new students
  • Interact Club with Wollongong Rotary Club
  • Keira Community of Schools STEM
  • Keira Community of Schools Student leadership events
  • Keirabald Art exhibition
  • Lunchtime Games
  • Music “Plugged” Concerts
  • NAIDOC week
  • NSW Premier’s Reading Challenge
  • Peer Support for Year 7 and 11 students
  • Performing Arts Evening
  • Public Speaking
  • Rock & Water Physical and Social Wellbeing program
  • Schools Spectacular
  • Science & Engineering Challenge
  • Sentral Parent & Student Portal
  • Southern Stars
  • Sports Captains
  • Student Representative Council (SRC)
  • Sydney Writers’ Festival
  • Uno club
  • UoW Science Fair
  • White Ribbon Day


All canteens in NSW public schools must meet certain requirements. These include providing more healthy food and drink options – to make the healthy choice an easy choice for students. Visit Healthy school canteens to learn more



When students wear a school uniform, they feel included in our school community.

Students, teachers, parents and carers, as well as members of our local community helped develop our school uniform to make sure it:

  • meets the requirements of occupational health and safety, anti-discrimination and equal opportunity legislation

  • includes items that are affordable, comfortable and made from easy-care and easy-wear fabrics

  • is appropriate for the full range of school activities

  • is suitable for all body shapes.

The tone and prestige of a school is important for the future of students as they leave and join the wider community. You can assist your child and the school by providing the correct uniform and ensuring the co-operation of your child with dress and deportment. The correct school uniform helps in creating a sense of belonging and assists in developing the correct mental set in the student about the purpose of school for the day.

The wearing of the school uniform is also required on most school excursions. On some field excursions casual clothes are more appropriate. The teacher will advise the students if casual clothes are required.

Note on shoes: Due to Health and Safety requirements, black shoes with a firm leather/leatherette or suede upper must be worn. Shoes must be black.

Where to Buy

Our school uniform is available at Lowes - Crown Street Mall, Wollongong. The school will has a number of second-hand items available. If you need to discuss any uniform needs please contact your child's Year Adviser or the Deputy Principal responsible for their cohort.

All items of clothing must be free of advertising and brand logos. Jewellery must be kept to a minimum and deemed safe and suitable by the school. The following is a guide: one light neck chain, one pair of small earrings (i.e. sleepers or studs), one small light bracelet or bangle, one small ring without stones. No other facial jewellery is permitted. Makeup must be kept to a minimum.

See Keira High Schools full uniform specifications. 

Learn more about the NSW Department of Education’s School Uniform Policy.