For Parents - Subject Choices

It is the aim of the College to maintain the thoroughness of traditional disciplines while offering a stimulating and challenging range of options appropriate to each student.

The following Key Learning Areas are set down by NESA and form the basis of the curriculum: 

Year 7 and 8 students all study English, Mathematics, Science, Human Society and its Environment(Geography and History), Creative Arts(Music and Visual Arts), Technological and Applied Studies, French and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education. 
There is also 1 period per week of Christian Studies and Study Skills classes.

Years 9 and 10 students all study English, Mathematics, Science, Human Society and its Environment(Geography and History), Christian Studies and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education. In addition to this they choose three elective subjects.

Year 11 students must choose a course of study of at least 12 units. English, either Advanced or Standard, is compulsory in Years 11 and 12. Mathematics (Advanced or General) is compulsory in Year 11. 

Year 12 students must study at least 10 Units. Most subjects are 2 Units with Extension subjects and Studies of Religion being 1 Unit each. 

Course Guide for students in Year 9 2018 and Year 10 2019

Course Guide for students in Year 9 2019 and Year 10 2020

Course Guide for students in Year 11 2018 and Year 12 2019

Course Guide for students in Year 11 2019 and Year 12 2020