Stage 6 (Year 11 to Year 12)
Students choose their own program of study for Years 11 and 1 2. A SET Plan (Senior Education and Training Plan) process during Year 10 will lay the foundation for effective decision making about subject selection.
All programs must include:
- English or English as an Additional Language or Essential English
- Study of Religion or Religion and Ethics
General Subjects (previously called Authority Subjects)
Accounting, Business, Economics Legal Studies, English, English Extension, English as an Additional Language, Literature, Health Education, Physical Education, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Ancient History, Modern History, Geography, Philosophy and Reason, Study of Religion, General Mathematics, Mathematics Methods, Specialist Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Earth & Environmental Science, Psychology, Design, Digital Solutions, Engineering, Food & Nutrition, Dance, Drama, Music, Music Extension, Film Television and New Media, Visual Art
Applied Subjects (previously called Authority Registered Subjects)
Business Studies, Essential English, Early Childhood Studies, Recreation, Religion and Ethics, Social and Community Studies, Tourism, Essential Mathematics, Science in Practice, Building &Construction Skills, Engineering Skills, Fashion, Furnishing Skills, Industrial Graphics Skills, Industrial Technology Skills, Information & Communication Technology, Hospitality Practices, Arts in Practice, Dance in Practice, Drama in Practice, Media Arts in Practice, Music in Practice, Visual Arts in Practice.