Warwick Senior High School features prominently in the WA Government’s new STEM campaign to ensure young Western Australians are ready for the jobs of the future.

The campaign message ‘Take 2 STEM’ aims to encourage more WA students to select at least two STEM subjects – Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths – especially those entering Years 11 and 12 or those considering a vocational pathway.

Our current School Captain Alana Dooley and former student, Caleb McKenna (Leaver 2018) were both selected as youth ambassadors for the campaign.

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Alana Dooley

As a youth ambassador for the WA Government’s new STEM campaign, Year 12 student and School Captain Alana Dooley is encouraging all Year 10 students across the State to select two STEM courses as part of their Senior School studies.

Keen to pursue a degree in Astronomy and Astrophysics at university next year, Alana knows where a STEM pathway can lead. As the recipient of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Secondary Student STEM Achievement Award in the Indigenous STEM Awards for 2019, Alana is a passionate advocate for the study of STEM and the important place Indigenous perspectives can play in the pursuit of knowledge, skills and understanding.


Caleb Mckenna

Caleb Mckenna enrolled in the Bachelor of Philosophy (Engineering) degree at UWA on leaving Warwick Senior High School at the end of 2018.

Caleb went on to be awarded the UWA Fogarty Scholarship and represent Australia at the Dr Bessie F. Lawrence International Summer Science Institute in Israel.

Now in his second year of his Engineering degree, Caleb was asked to be a youth ambassador for a new Western Australian Government STEM campaign.

Caleb is encouraging all Year 10 students to select 2 STEM courses as part of their senior school studies.