Our Secondary Campus (7-12) prepares students for a global future, providing the foundation for a rich and rewarding life beyond the school gate.
Our Secondary program provides students with a broad and rigorous curriculum, catering to a range of interests and placing students on a pathway to achieving their post-school goals. The secondary curriculum is divided into three stages, as the learning environment adjusts with a child’s growth. In Stage 4 (Years 7-8) and Stage 5 (Years 9-10), the curriculum focuses on the mandatory subjects and the development of the skills required for future-focused learning. In Stage 5, students are offered electives alongside the mandatory subjects, including Classical Greek, Commerce, Design and Technology, Information and Software Technology, Modern Greek, Music, Physical Activity and Sports Studies, and Visual Arts.
In Stage 6, Year 11 and 12 students study for their Higher School Certificate (HSC). In addition to offering all levels of English, courses on offer in Year 11 and 12 include Ancient History, Biology, Business Studies, Classical Greek, Chemistry, Design and Technology, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies, all levels of the Mathematics course, Modern Greek, Modern History, Music, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE), Physics and Visual Arts. Students in Stage 6 may also choose to undertake a T-Vet course through TAFE, or School-Based Apprenticeships.
For every child to reach their full learning potential and achieve their goals, the School offers academic enrichment to students requiring support, extension or acceleration. Our Learning Support staff oversee the transition of students from Primary to Secondary, recognising and supporting their needs through close collaborations with parents and teachers. Student progress is monitored closely, with consistent classroom support, one-on-one programs and small group interventions offered. Our Gifted and Talented staff understand the importance of nurturing the gifts and abilities of extension students to create self-confident learners who remain engaged, are resilient and have a strong mindset of self-efficacy. Extension lessons across a range of subject areas are offered to small groups, encouraging inquiry-based learning and critical thinking.