Students entering Years 10 to 12 follow the NSW Education Standards Authorities (NESA) Record of School Achievement (RoSA)., cumulating in the Higher School Certificate (HSC) at the end of Year 12.
Students progressing into Year 11 are offered a wide range of subjects to choose from which are supported with students participating in a variety of study skills, careers, innovative and learning programs.
All students in the Senior School are involved in assessment of, and for, learning with the students following the College’s assessment program.
As a community we love to celebrate student successes and reward effort through our House Points, Merit and Achievement system. The House System rewards students for excellence, effort and involvement both in the College and wider community.
Students have opportunities in leadership through the Student Representative Council, Peer Support, Peer Mediation and Transport Monitors in Year 10. As they move into Year 11 students can apply to become a College Prefect.