Senior School is an exciting place for students as they transition from the Middle School and begin to consider their future beyond secondary school. Students commence on this journey as young as young adults and are empowered with greater responsibility for their subject selection and academic directions.  The College supports students as they develop personally, deepening their faith and working towards their goals. Their commitment to the extra-curricular life of the College and the various pastoral initiatives which make up the Senior School program help our students to maintain a balanced lifestyle in the context of their academic progress.


The College's provides a wide range of WACE Courses which span the nine learning areas of the College:

  • Religious Education

  • English

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Humanities

  • Languages

  • Arts

  • Health and Physical Education

  • Technology and Enterprise

In Years 11 and 12, students select courses to study. These must include Religion & Life and an English course. Students in Years 11 and 12 select six courses in total in each year.

The College caters for students via a range of group and individual programs. In many Learning Areas, extension programs and competitions are offered to students as an extension to the existing curriculum.

Students in Year 10 are able to access ATAR courses normally only available to Year 11 students. Students in Year 10 are invited to participate in these courses, based on their academic performance in Year 9.


Below you can download a Handbook which outlines our course offerings in more detail.