John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School (JSRACS) is a Pre-Kindy – Year 12 School of the Anglican Schools Commission (ASC) spanning two campuses in both Beechboro and Mirrabooka.
Our aspiration is for JSRACS students to be architects of their lives; looking beyond the ordinary to achieve the extraordinary, in making a difference to the world in which they live. In encouraging our students to achieve their potential, we place a major emphasis on the creation of a dynamic teaching and learning environment, both within and
outside the classroom.
We warmly invite you to survey the possibilities JSRACS will provide for your child.
Faith in Christ. Faith in each other. Faith in ourselves to make a difference.
Hope in Christ. Hope for each other. Hope for a better future.
Love for Christ. Love for each other. Love that knows no boundaries.
The JSRACS Basketball Program provides both male and female student athletes with an opportunity to improve their individual skill sets, speed, agility and game play to help accelerate their journey to becoming an elite player.
There are a number of opportunities to display their individual growth as a player through North West Associated Schools (NWAS) and Associated Catholic Colleges (ACC) representation and various other tournaments throughout the year. Student athletes will also have an opportunity to represent JSRACS in tournaments Australia wide and potentially internationally as we continue to develop the program. This exposure will provide our players with opportunities to recognise their dreams and goals in the game of Basketball.
Drama is an integral part of the JSRACS Co-Curricular Programs, catering for singers, actors and backstage technicians from Primary School through to Year 12. Our aim is to fully develop a student’s talents and skills, by encouraging each student to take part in the preparation and performance of School productions.
The program is designed to enrich, extend, develop confidence and accelerate your child’s learning. Performance is a key component of the program and your child will have the opportunity to perform in front of a variety of audiences, including in our much anticipated annual Drama and Musical productions and the annual Interhouse Theatre sports competition.
The JSRACS Music Department offers a wide range of musical experiences for every child from Year 2 through to Year 12. Our aim is to be inclusive of all students and to provide enriching and exciting musical experiences.
There are a number of ensembles at the school led by a dedicated and experienced music staff who rehearse each group for the busy calendar of concerts that occur throughout the year. Our concerts are held at the School, throughout Perth and overseas.
Dance is celebrated at JSRACS through a variety of performance based experiences catering for all ages and levels. The cocurricular program provides each student with the opportunity to progress in their technique, develop confidence and enrich and enhance creativity.
Within the program students also have the opportunity to get to know like-minded peers and develop new friendships through the various clubs on offer.
There are three types of a cadets groups offered at John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School, the River Rangers, Bush Rangers and Emergency Service Cadets. Our Cadets meet Monday afternoons during the school term from 3.45pm – 5.30pm on the Mirrabooka Campus and there is no additional cost to parents.
If you are interested in joining the JSRACS community why not join us on an upcoming school tour.
Education support is available throughout all years K-12.
Advice for students and families as well as contacts for counselling services and other helpful resources.
JSRACS is one of only a few schools in Western Australia that offers the River Rangers Cadet program to students in Years 5 and 6.
River Rangers seeks to engage and educate the next generation of children to help us protect our local rivers. It aims to empower students to make a positive change to their local communities and waterways and ultimately, their local river park. River Rangers allows students to actively investigate local issues and design, evaluate and share the results of their projects with other schools and the wider community.