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Year 7 - Year 12

SECONDARY

SCHOOL

The Secondary academic program is intentionally designed to meet the individual needs, passions and goals for each of our students. Our staff are passionate about learning and understand that for every child the pathway to achieving their learning goals looks different.

 

As a College, we value this individualism and have established partnerships with a range of educational providers and businesses to provide every opportunity for our students to develop their skills,

passions and abilities.

Year 78

YEAR 7 & 8

CORE

CURRICULUM

  • English

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Humanities 

  • Physical Education

  • Sport

  • Skills

  • Chapel

Year 7 and 8 students undertake an exploratory subject rotation to discover their areas of passion and develop their talents and abilities. Students study each of these subjects during Year 7 and 8 and can then select their electives in Year 9. 

EXPLORATORY

SUBJECTS

  • Visual Art

  • Drama

  • Music

  • Design Technology

  • Food Technology

  • Digital Technology

YEAR 9 & 10

CORE

CURRICULUM

  • English

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Humanities

  • Physical Education

  • Sport

  • Chapel

Year 9 and 10 students choose two of the following electives to study for the duration of the school year.

ELECTIVES

  • Visual Art

  • Business

  • Music

  • Design Technology

  • Food Technology

  • Sport & Recreation

Year 9

YEAR 11 & 12

With a wide variety of subjects, certificates and university programs on offer, there are a vast array of pathways available throughout the Senior Years. The diversity of the Senior academic program ensures every child is able to pursue the pathway required to follow their passions upon graduation. 

ON-CAMPUS

SUBJECT

OFFERINGS

  • English (General)

  • Mathematics (Essential, General, Methods)

  • Physics

  • Marine Science

  • Ancient History

  • Social & Community Studies

  • Music

  • Furnishings

  • Visual Arts in Practice

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Sport & Recreation

Students have access to a broad suite of distance education providers and courses through the College. Students that pursue online learning are supported online through the relevant provider and have regular on-campus support from College staff. Online course fees are paid for by the College.

 

In conjunction with students and families, the College seeks to tailor our senior pathway to match the individual needs of every student.

ONLINE

LEARNING

PLATFORMS

  • Distance Ed

  • CQU SUN Program

  • CQU VETIS Program

  • TAFE Vocational Courses

  • School Based Traineeships and Apprenticeships

Year 12
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