As students progress through the College, they are encouraged to take
more responsibility for their learning and to take an active role in
considering alternatives for their future.
In Year 10
students have the opportunity to specialise in areas of interest whilst
balancing the need for core study areas. Students are encouraged to
undertake accelerated learning opportunities including the study of Unit
1 or 2 VCE subjects whilst in Year 10. For some students, enrolment in
the Year 10 Options programme leads to Pathways which support an
applied learning emphasis in their Post-Compulsory years of schooling.
Opportunities for work placement and access to TAFE studies are
available to these students.
Students in Years 11 and 12
have the opportunity to choose the qualification which best suits their
interests, whether it be the VCE, the VCAL or the study of VET
subjects. With this range of choices, the senior school curriculum
available at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College assists young people to
develop the skills which will allow them, after completing Year 12, to
move from the school setting into universities, training and further
education, apprenticeships or employment.
2011 Curriculum Overview Years 10 to 12.pdf