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Senior Secondary (Years 10 - 12)

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Year 10 students are able to select two electives to study for the whole year. These electives should be selected with a senior schooling course in mind:

The Arts: Art, Drama, Media, MusicTechnology: Business, Industrial Technology and Design, Graphics and Design, AgricultureLanguages: JapaneseYear 11 and 12 students study a Maths and an English subject. Students must study six subjects or the equivalent. Opportunities may be available for students to participate in eLearning subjects in years 10, 11 and 12.Senior SubjectsThe following senior subjects will be offered at this school each year, providing there are sufficient numbers of students to form classes.

General Subjects
Applied Subjects
·  Biology
·  Business
·  Chemistry
·  Drama
·  English
·  Film, Television and New Media
·  Health
·  Japanese (eLearning)
·  Legal Studies
·  General Mathematics
·  Mathematical Methods
·  Specialist Mathematics (eLearning)
·  Modern History
·  Music
·  Physical Education
·  Physics
·  Visual Art
·  Agricultural Practices
·  Aquatic Practices
·  Business Studies
·  Essential English
·  Essential Mathematics
·  Hospitality Practices
·  Industrial Graphics Skills
·  Industrial Technology Skills
·  Sport and Recreation
·  Social and Community Studies
·  Visual Arts in Practice
·  Short Courses in: - Literacy - Numeracy
·  Certificate II Creative Industries
  Note: To be eligible for an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) student must have studied at least four General and one applied subject (or AQF Certificate III or higher) for 4 semesters.  Students must also satisfactorily complete either English or Essential English.
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Last reviewed 06 December 2019
Last updated 06 December 2019