The Senior School team of teachers is committed to providing an education that is relevant and meets the needs of students as they prepare for independence and their future. Leadership opportunities are offered to students through participation in the Student Representative Council.
Senior School provides a range of learning pathways based on quality learning opportunities for students in Year 10 - 12 allowing them to gain entry to post secondary education, training and employment. Individual student needs are met through the variety of pathways offered, broad subject choices and a supportive personal development program, Pathways and Futures, which offers pastoral care and support for all students. An evaluative/assessment model of student learning is used to develop and support the learning needs of students with learning difficulties and or disabilities.
Students are supported to select subjects for their pathway based on relevance to their post school future. These pathway choices can include Tertiary; University and TAFE; Vocational; certificate level vocational courses, school based traineeships and apprenticeships; SACE completion; SACE Board Curriculum Frameworks undertaken at Stage 1 and Stage 2. Student learning in the community is also recognised as part of their SACE. Many students are able to combine pathways to meet the requirements for their future plans.