Secondary (7 to 12)
The 7 – 12 School Campus has its own sense of place so that the principles of the Education and Training Reforms for the Future (ETRF) are addressed. The school day and week in the Secondary School are flexible to ensure greatest access to physical, human and community resources by students to allow for individualised pathways.
A range of post-school links have been forged allowing students access to TAFE programs, both on and off site, delivered by both TAFE teachers and the school's staff. The College is a priority school in the Valued Partners Program with Griffith University. A range of enrichment opportunities and special programs will enable students to undertake tertiary subjects in conjunction with their usual school based subjects, providing them with higher level coursework and more detailed knowledge of a particular subject area.
The College is a hub for the community and promotes learning partnerships. These may be formal as with School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships, and informal, through a range of links with local government agencies, businesses, clubs and interest groups.
- Film and Television industry
- Building and construction industry
- Manufacturing industry
- Marine Precinct and Industry
- Tourism and Business Service Industry
Whilst having its own identity the Senior school continues to build upon the successes of the Junior and Middle schools. The Key Principles underpinning the Secondary School include:
- Academic Excellence offered throughout the core and elective subjects
- Academic Honours Signature Program
- High Performance Sport Signature Program
- A strong emphasis on Literacy and Numeracy
- Flexible Pathways to meet the needs of OP and workforce bound students
- A strong emphasis on Vocational Education and Training (VET) for all students
- The wellbeing of the whole student including their academic, emotional, physical and mental wellbeing and
- Our connectedness to the community with a range of local, regional and national community organizations