Curriculum: Years 11 and 12

At 澳门六合彩开奖记录资料, our students are encouraged and supported to achieve their potential and to strive for excellence in whichever field of endeavour they choose to pursue.

Pathways

In Years 11 and 12, students have two pathways to choose from at 澳门六合彩开奖记录资料; the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and the Victorian Certificate of Education: Vocational Major (VCE VM). This enables our students to choose the pathway best suited to their learning style, goals and direction they may wish to take.

For detailed information regarding Year 11 and 12 subject offerings and more, view our Year 11 and 12 Course Handbook.


Vocational Education and Training (VET)

VET studies can be incorporated into a VCE or VCE VM program. These studies use the training sector qualifications that are endorsed by the VCAA which were developed by industry. The qualifications are nationally recognised and focus on the development of work related skills and knowledge. These qualifications enhance pathway options to employment, education and further training. There are three studies available at the College and a number can be studied at external providers.


VCE Baccalaureate

The VCE (Baccalaureate) is an additional form of recognition for those students who choose to undertake the demands of studying both a higher level Mathematics and a Language in their VCE program of study.
To be eligible to receive the VCE (Baccalaureate), the student must satisfactorily complete the VCE and receive a study score for each prescribed study component.
The VCE program of study must include:
鈥 A Unit 3 and 4 sequence in English, Literature or English Language with a study score of 30 or above; or a Unit 3 and 4 sequence in EAL with a study score of 33 or above
鈥 A Unit 3 and 4 sequence in either Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics
鈥 A Unit 3 and 4 sequence in a VCE Language
鈥 At least two other Unit 3 and 4 sequences


Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE)

CORE STUDIESELECTIVE SUBJECTS – Year Based (cont.)
Religious Education (Religion and Society or Texts and Traditions)Languages
English and/or Literature and/or English LanguageItalian (Units 1 to 4)
ELECTIVE SUBJECTS – Year BasedJapanese (Units 1 to 4)
Visual and Creative ArtsMathematics
Art: Creative Practice (Units 1 to 4)VCE VM Numeracy
Media (Units 1 to 4)Foundation Mathematics (Units 1 to 4)
Art: Making and Exhibiting (Units 1 to 4)General Mathematics (Units 1 to 4)
Visual Communication Design (Units 1 to 4)Mathematical Methods (Units 1 to 4)
Design and TechnologiesSpecialist Mathematics (Units 1 to 4)
Food Studies (Units 1 to 4)Performing Arts
Product Design and Technology (Units 1 to 4)Dance (Units 1 to 4)
Digital TechnologiesDrama (Units 1 to 4)
Applied Computing (Units 1 and 2)Music (Units 1 to 4)
Data Analytics (Units 3 and 4)Music: Contemporary Performance (Units 3 and 4)
Health and Physical EducationMusic: Repertoire Performance (Units 3 and 4)
Health and Human Development (Units 1 to 4)Th茅芒tre Studies (Units 3 and 4)
Physical Education (Units 1 to 4)Science
Humanities Biology (Units 1 to 4)
Accounting (Units 1 to 4)Chemistry (Units 1 to 4)
Business Management (Units 1 to 4)Physics (Units 1 to 4)
Australian Global Politics (Units 1 and 2)Psychology (Units 1 to 4)
Global Politics (Units 3 and 4)VCE / VET*
History (Units 1 and 2)VCE VET Certificate II in Business
History – Revolutions (Units 3 and 4)VCE VET Certificate II in Hospitality
Legal Studies (Units 1 to 4)VCE VET Certificate III in Sport and Recreation
*The VCE VET subjects listed are offered onsite at the College

Victorian Certificate of Education: Vocational Major (VCE VM)

The VCE Vocational Major (VCE VM) is a vocational and applied learning program within the VCE designed to be completed over a minimum of two years. The VCE VM will give students greater choice and flexibility to pursue their strengths and interests and develop the skills and capabilities needed to succeed in further education, work and life.

It prepares students to move into apprenticeships, traineeships, further education and training, university (via non-ATAR pathways) or directly into the workforce. The purpose of the VCE VM is to provide students with the best opportunity to achieve their personal goals and aspirations in a rapidly changing world by:
鈥 equipping them with the skills, knowledge, values and capabilities to be active and informed citizens, lifelong learners and confident and creative individuals
鈥 empowering them to make informed decisions about the next stages of their lives through real-life
workplace experiences.

At 澳门六合彩开奖记录资料, students can satisfy the requirements of the VCE VM by completing three days per week at the College (which includes undertaking one VET subject), and completing school-initiated experiences such as community service or practical projects. Students spend one day per week completing their Vocational Education and Training (VET) units of competency, and finally, one day per week meeting outcomes through structured workplace learning and part-time work.