- Year 8 and 9 students will be making their elective choices for study in 2022 online at school on Monday 2 August.
- Recent announced restrictions due to the latest COVID-19 outbreak have moved the important parent and family information sessions on the subject selection process online this year.
- An interactive website has been created to help parents understand and engage in the subject selection process for their child.
It is that important time of year when students will be nominating which elective subjects they wish to study in 2022.
We had hoped to invite our families into school for a curriculum open night of displays and information relevant to supporting our current students across 7-12. Unfortunately, due to the current situation surrounding COVID-19, we are unable to host parents and families in the school and have put this on hold.
Subject Selection Website
To assist with elective choices for Year 9 and 10 in 2022 we have launched an interactive website for parents and students to explore what is on offer and provide insight into the processes and pathways associated with making elective choices in the junior years of high school.
The interactive Stage 5 Subject Selection website for students and parents explores what is on offer for 2022 Stage 5 Electives.
Our new website provides:
- Video introductions for each course
- Descriptions of individual courses.
- Screen cast information detailing subject selection processes and requirements.
- Opportunity for families to submit any questions about electives and/or processes.
- We will be leading students through course options at school and discussing subject selection processes with them.
- A Subject Selection Information Booklet will also be distributed to each student.
Students will be making their selections online at school on Monday 2 August. It is important that their elective preferences have been discussed at home prior to this date.
We invite you to explore our Subject Selection Website by clicking on the “Explore Elective Courses” button below: