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Year 11 & Year 12 Subject Selection & Choices

Students entering Senior School, wanting to pursue a university pathway, will need to ensure they qualify for an ATAR to gain entrance to a university course. As part of this preparation students in Year 10 are given an opportunity to experience subjects that are closely aligned with Senior syllabuses to ensure that students are well equipped to make good choices for Year 11 and 12.


Year 11 & 12

Year 11 & 12 will be a significant start to this phase of learning with an emphasis on the types and styles of learning that will be required to ensure success.

Year 12 Subjects

  • Ag Science 
  • Biology 
  • Business Studies 
  • Cert II in Health Support Services
  • Cert II Community Services
  • Cert III in Health Services Assistance 
  • Chemistry 
  • Design 
  • Drama 
  • Early Childhood Studies 
  • English 
  • Essential English 
  • Essential Mathematics 
  • Film, TV and New Media 
  • General Maths
  • Geography 

continue:

  • Hospitality Practices 
  • Industrial Graphics 
  • Information and Communication Technology 
  • Legal Studies 
  • Mathematical Methods  
  • Modern History 
  • Music 
  • Physical Education 
  • Physics 
  • Specialist Maths 
  • Sports and Recreation 
  • TTC (Single Pathway and Full Time) 
  • Visual Art in Practice 

Ms Janelle Plant

Mrs Elise Kertesz

Mrs Kerri Lockhart

Mrs Jessica Rath

Health and Community Services Pathways - Connect 'n' Grow

As we move into a essential time for students preparing for upcoming subject selection for 2021, we are aware that presentations to the students look a little differently this year to previous years.  In anticipation of face to face contact being restricted, we have created a digital presence for your convenience in order to showcase opportunities in the Health and Community Services sector to your students and parents.

The video has information on Connect 'n' Grow, the health program and detail regarding opportunities within the health sector and the forecast employment growth.

The brochures have more information for students who are interested in careers within Health and Community Services.

Mr Doug Graham

Mr Lyle Jacobson

Miss Tonia Beckmann

Mrs Freda Ferreira

  • Ms Karen Curtis
  • Mrs Jenette Gallogray
  • Mrs Christabelle Butler
  • Mrs Linda Van Smaalen 

Ms Lindy McQuaker

Mr Lyndon Vince

Mr Nathan Richards

Miss Anna Hopper

Mr James Murdoch

  • Ms Debbie Wright
  • Mr Christopher Lee
  • Mrs Jeanette van Schalkwyk
  • Mrs Glenda Neaton
  • Mr Joel Chandler
  • Mrs Adele Gouws


    Mr James Murdoch

    Mr Mark Humber

    Mr Yong Ju Park

    Mr Lloyd Brown

    Mr Lyle Jacobson

    • Mr Hennie Aucamp
    • Mr Warren Tysoe
    • Mrs Karen Graham
    • Mrs Freda Ferreira
    • Miss Mia Mathieson

    This Certificate is run in partnership with Formula Student (RTO Code: 41124) and has been designed as a projectbased or activity-based certificate with the emphasis on using current industry practice and safe technological processes to complete tasks through the fabrication and construction of a Formula High School® race car in a workshop or simulated workplace environment. 

    Projects and practical activities set the context within which the key elements of the certificate are delivered and provide the means for the consolidation and application of skills and knowledge.

    For more information and a video about this Certificate, run in partnership with Formula Student (RTO Code: 41124) offered at MCC.

     

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