Senior School

Senior school has a clear aim, “to see every student successfully placed in higher education, training, employment or community and service”. Our senior school pathways program is highly successful in providing all students with every opportunity to achieve the highest possible educational outcomes and career aspirations.

This is evidenced by the following data -

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100% SACE completion for the last nine successive years.

In 2021, our highest ATAR was 99.95 and 58 students were accepted into University.

In 2021, 26.85% A grades (A+, A, A-) were achieved by our students, including 12 A+ (8 students) and 79% of our students achieved A & B grades.

Numerous TAFE placements and Apprenticeships/Traineeships provided our students desirable destinations.

In 2021, we saw an increase in University offers (38% from 35%) and a marked decrease in students seeking employment (11% from 16%). Students undertaking employment (26%) or apprenticeships and traineeships (9%) remained steady.

To facilitate successful outcomes, Senior School promotes positive and supportive relationships between students, teachers and parents. Consequently, all students are expected to take responsibility for their learning goals to grow as confident, independent and collaborative learners. To achieve this, every senior school student is mentored by a specialist pathway teacher to achieve their personal best with their individual learning and career goals.

High expectations, a safe and secure learning environment and opportunities for students to pursue their individual interests are essential elements of the educational programs we offer in senior school.

To achieve these outcomes, the senior school curriculum offers students flexible Pathway options:

Contact Adrian Mann, Senior School Leader, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.