Welcome to Act-Belong-Commit YOH Fest, and congratulations on being involved in the most exciting youth performing and visual arts experience in the state!

Everyone's a winner! But some also won a Health Award

Traditionally, YOH Fest entries compete in regional live heats held across WA, with finalists going forward to compete in the WA State Grand Finals for the ultimate crown of Act-Belong-Commit YOH Fest winners of their category.

In 2021, a winner & runner up will be awarded across all categories in both the live and online events for high schools. Primary schools participate as 'showcase' items with a selection of performances invited back to perform at the Grand Finals in October.

The Act-Belong-Commit Award will also be presented to entries with the strongest health message.

In 2020 however, due to the Corona Virus pandemic and with no live events, we moved to a Virtual platform - took away the competition element and only presented Act-Belong-Commit health awards to the entries with the strongest health message.

You can view the 2020 Act-Belong-Commit health award winners below.

Click on the showcase link to view all 2020 entries and look out for those with a 'star' who received a Certificate of Commendation.

Illuminate - The light from the darkness

Award: Dance (Tie)
School: Girrawheen SHS
Division: Senior

Girrawheen Senior High School's tribute to the 2019 Australian bush fires that devastated a nation, isolated and trapped communities. This performance is about the strength of the community and how coming together and supporting one another has helped reconnect people back to their homes.

Days... In Isolation

Award: Drama
School: Sacred Heart College
Division: Senior

Everyday, individuals face the pressures of society. These pressures have become even more apparent as a result of COVID-19, as people worry over what’s to come. This performance highlights the importance of finding time to reflect on the positive aspects in life.

Caronie Land

Award: Dance (Tie)
School: Rossmoyne Senior High School
Division: Senior

Yohfest: Caronie Land Rossmoyne Senior High School Our dance piece is based on the comedy movie ZombieLand. During the quarantine period, we found that a lot of our friends were lonely and felt isolated at home. One way that helped to distract us from the scary reality was to watch funny movies and

An Isolated Conversation

Award: Primary
School: Halls Head Primary School
Division: Junior

Two Mum's chat about their very different COVID experiences. Though their experiences are different, they have one thing in common: The determination to Act Belong & Commit in order to stay mentally/physically healthy during isolation, and to do their part to help normality return sooner.

Destination Relaxation

Award: Short Film
School: Mundaring Christian College
Division: Senior


Award: Solo/Duo Drama
School: Melville Senior High School
Division: Senior

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