Our curriculum is adaptive and flexible, allowing for student choice and catering for interest and ability. We look to provide many courses which meet the needs of each student. With more than 50 ATAR, General, and Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses offered to our Senior School students, we cater for varying academic abilities, interests and future intentions.
The College seeks to provide as broad an educational experience as possible for students in this transition year. Students explore a range of subjects in the Performing and Visual Arts and Digital and Design Technologies.
Students also study the core subjects of:
All students in Year 7 study the following courses that assists them with the adjustment to life in a Secondary School environment.
NAGLE GRADE/STATE GRADE COMPARISON TABLE
Students in Years 11 and 12 study Religious Education, English (or Literature) and four other subjects on either an ATAR or General pathway. All subjects offered are accredited by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority of Western Australia and can lead to the completion of the WACE.
The College offers a rich selection of ATAR and General courses, Certificate courses, UniReady and online courses. We also offer a range of programs in
school under the banner of Vocational Education and Training (VET) including the Pre-Apprenticeship in Schools (PAiS) program, School Based Traineeships (SBT), and Workplace Learning (WPL). Please see our Careers & VET section
for more information.
To find out more about courses currently offered by the College, view the Curriculum sections and in the Course Handbook.
It should be noted that aside from Religious Education and English, all listed courses are offered subject to student demand.