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Senior secondary

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Renee Rackley
 Year 10 Deputy Principal
Stacey Daveson
Year 11/12 Deputy Principal
Senior Schooling
Patty Riley
Head of Department
Senior Schooling

Head of Year


Alison Rexa
Year 10

Anne Collingwood
Year 10
Mal McDonald
Year 11
Lisa Fowler
Year 11


Murray Gordon 
Year 12
Year 12


Year Level Coordinators

Fiona Young
Year 10
Bernard Weekes
Fiona Young
Year 11
Sarah Thornley
Year 12

Senior Learning Enhancement Leader

Murray Gordon
Success Coach
Karyn Bartholomai

Senior Schooling Curriculum

In the senior school, students select six subjects from the following group of

Authority, SAS or Certificate subjects. All students must select an English subject. 

Authority subjects

Accounting, Aerospace Studies, Agricultural Science, Ancient History, Biological Science, Business Communication and Technologies, Chemistry, Drama, Economics, English, Extension English (Year 12 only), Film and TV, French, Geography, Graphics, Health Education, Home Economics, Information Processing & Technology, Japanese, Marine Studies, Maths A, Maths B, Maths C, Modern History, Science in Practice, Music, Extension Music (Year 12 only), Physics, Physical Education, Visual Art.

Authority Registered Subject Area Specification Subjects

Visual Design, Dance Studies, English Communication, Community Recreation, Marine and Aquatic Practices, Pre-vocational Mathematics.

Vocational Education Certificates

Certificate I and II in Business, Certificate I and II in Information, Digital Media and Technology, Certificate I in Animal Studies, Certificate I in Agriculture, Certificate I in Food Operations, Certificate I and II in Rural Operations, Certificate I and II in Hospitality, Certificate I, II  and III in Live Production, Theatre and Events, Certificate II in Manufacturing, Certificate I and II in Creative Industries(Media), Cert II in Workplace Practices, Certificate I in Furnishing and Certificate 1 in Engineering, Certificate III in Children's Services, Certificate III in Active Volunteering, Certificate II Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) with other Registered Training Organisations.

The opportunity also exists for students to complete a part time traineeship during their senior school years.

The timetable is based on a five-day cycle with a four period day. Students in the senior school have Off Campus afternoons on Thursday afternoon. During this time, students may study independently at home or school, complete work placements or traineeships, participate in part-time work or attend appointments that would normally have interrupted their learning time.

The school also operates a well-developed Student Leadership program, which includes Australian Business Week in Year 11 and a Senior Convention in Year 12.


Last updated 08 March 2019

Last reviewed 08 March 2019

 

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Last reviewed 11 May 2020
Last updated 11 May 2020