The $3000 grant was used to buy soil, mulch, plants and order a plaque for the school�s Anzac Memorial Garden, which was opened by former student Flight Lieutenant Christopher McLoughlin on Wednesday.
This government initiative was aimed at honouring the sacrifice and service of Australia�s servicemen and women in wars, conflicts and peaceful operations.
Teachers Robin Hunt and Jodie Watts were thanked at a recent assembly for their contribution, which facilitated the grant process and subsequent success of the program.
Junior School headmaster Greg Miller said he hoped the garden would become a place of peace, beauty and remembrance.
Mr Miller said �those who have died for their country in war and peace; those whom we knew, and those whose memory we treasure, and particularly all who lived and died in the service of our country and mankind� should be remembered.
The dedication ceremony was well attended by parents, teachers and students and representatives of the Mundaring RSL.
Lt McLoughlin, who is currently a RAAF pilot serving in the Middle East, was in WA on annual leave and made a special trip to the school for the ceremony.