The Senior School curriculum is characterised by multiple pathways that prepare students for a range of post-school destinations – from University to Colleges of TAFE, apprenticeships and traineeships and direct entry into the workforce.
Student’s theoretical learning is complemented by opportunities to participate in workplace learning and service to others. Senior School students are guided and supported in their program of studies by a wide range of people including their Pastoral Care teacher, subject teachers, Senior School Coordinators and the Careers Counselling team.
Our Academic and Vocational Education and Training (VET) Results
We pride ourselves on ensuring that our students are exposed to many experiences and opportunities so they are competitive and advantaged. Senior Secondary students have the choice of following a university pathway, vocational pathway or a combination of the two.
These documents include information on university entry requirements, alternative entries to university, training and further education options and apprenticeships and traineeships.
Vocational Education and Training
The Vocation Education and Training (VET) program is designed for students who are preparing for entry into TAFE, the Workforce, or a Traineeship / Apprenticeship. Units of competency are completed towards a training qualification. The program enables students to work towards secondary graduation and simultaneously acquire Nationally Accredited Qualifications.