Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning 

Our Secondary School caters for students in Years 7 to 12 and is large enough to provide a wide range of courses but small enough that our staff know students individually. 

Our teaching staff are selected for their high standards of training, teaching ability, their personal Christian faith and they are known for going above and beyond to support students in their learning. 

You are welcome to come see the College and can book a tour by clicking the button below.

Lower School (Years 7 to 10) 

As students transition into high school, our focus as a College is on continuing to extend students’ academic capabilities and ensuring that students consistently make progress in all aspects of their development. Students study core subjects (English, Humanities, Science, Mathematics) alongside Christian Education, Health and Physical Education, and a wide variety of elective courses from a range of subject areas including the arts, technologies, and enterprise. Students also have the option of learning a language other than English, and we currently offer French and Indonesian studies.  

Student voice and empowerment is an integral part of education at the College, and we ensure that all students are heard and can shape their own academic pathway through a wide variety of subject choices and the opportunity to challenge themselves through their involvement in the wider College community. 

To learn more, please download the Lower School Handbook below.

Upper School (Years 11 & 12)

The focus in students’ senior years at the College is on ensuring that students are truly life ready. The programs that make up the majority of students’ course loads are based on Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) requirements, with students undertaking tailored programs of study that are designed to help them attain this qualification. The Secondary School has a diverse range of courses available to students, with many highly specialised programs on offer. To cater for the diverse needs of students, we also have a variety of pathway options, including vocational education and training, university enabling pathways and workplace learning programs. 

Our perspective as a College is that being truly life ready means more than obtaining a qualification and having a pathway to further study or a career. Although these goals are a key part of students’ education, being life ready means having the grit and perseverance to overcome any obstacles. Through all of our teaching and learning programs, we ensure that our students leave the College with a growth mindset, self-awareness, and emotional intelligence. These qualities, paired with academic knowledge, are what make our students life ready when they graduate from our school. 

To learn more about the opportunities and options available to your child, please download the Upper School Handbook below.