The Mosman High School Parents & Citizens Association provides an opportunity for parents and community members to play a part in the educational experiences of MHS students.
The P&C provides a forum to consider options for supporting staff, students and other parents as we work together to create a centre for educational excellence.
It is the aim of the P&C to facilitate communication between school and parents and to assist both parents and staff to better understand and meet the needs of Mosman High School students. Parents and community members are encouraged to become active contributors to the development of the MHS community.
Meetings: We encourage parents to come along to P&C meetings to mix with other parents and members of staff to understand what is going on within the school community.
When: 3rd Thursday of the month during term at 7.00pm
Where: The school library is situated directly above the administration office. Parking in the school grounds is usually available. Use the outside stairs or the lift inside the admin block to access the library.
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This subcommittee for Drama and Film aims to support staff and students by helping with front-of-house and catering on show nights, fundraising and running a short film competition culminating in the popular red carpet MOscar Award Night.
Chairperson: Hayden Mackellar
This is an active committee who meet on the second Thursday of each month in the school foyer. Our mission is to support, promote and encourage a vibrant sports culture at Mosman High School.
Chairperson: Phillipa Tayler
This is an active committee who meet on the second Wednesday of each month in the school foyer. The committee organises a week of art immersion at Fowlers Gap near Broken Hill, or Wollombi.
Technology and Science Committee
Chairpersons: Evan Predavec and Ian Davies
The focus of this committee is to encourage STEM at Mosman High through the running of programming workshops for students and the invitation of cutting edge guest speakers from the areas of science to talk to students at lunchtimes.
Chairperson: Jane Harlen
The focus of this committee is to enhance wellbeing of students and support parents through provision of guest speakers and collaboration with the school’s welfare teams.
Our focus is to work with students, teachers and the Mosman community to improve the awareness of sustainable practices in the environment and make a difference.