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YEAR 11 AND 12



We offer an extensive range of VCE subjects, the VCE VM certificate as well as an excellent selection of Vocational Education and Training units (VET). Our College caters for the diverse needs of all students;  those wishing to go to University, those who want to attend a TAFE College, those aiming at an apprenticeship or traineeship and those seeking employment.


All subjects offered at Year 11 (Units 1 & 2) and Year 12 (Units 3 & 4) unless indicated otherwise.

  • Art Making and Exhibiting

  • Accounting

  • Biology

  • Business Management

  • Chemistry

  • English   

  • English Literature

  • Food Studies

  • Health and Human Development 

  • Modern History  

  • Legal Studies

  • Mathematics – Foundation 

  • Mathematics – General 

  • Mathematics – Methods 

  • ​Media

  • Outdoor and Environmental Studies

  • Physical Education

  • Physics

  • Product Design & Technology   

  • Psychology

  • Systems Engineering

  • Theatre Studies

  • Visual Communication and Design 

YEAR 11 (UNITS 1 & 2)

School Assessed Coursework/Task  (SAC or SAT)– a section of work completed by a student that is graded by the class teacher.  For a satisfactory completion of a unit a student must satisfactorily complete all SACs and SATs.  This will also apply to VCE VM students.

YEAR 12 (UNITS 3 & 4)

In addition to the above SAC or SAT , Students are required to undertake  end of year examinations in all VCE subjects. These are an external assessment conducted by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authoirty.

VCE Vocational Major - VCE V

The VCE Vocational Major (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. Students undertake four compulsory subjects of VCE VM Literacy, Numeracy, Personal Development Skills and Work Related Skills. They also complete a compulsory VET subject.


Vocational Education and Training in Schools is directly job related and competency based. These courses are good for people who like study that is practical and hands on.    VET subjects can allow VCE students to blend general studies with vocational education – keeping employment and training options open while also providing ATAR contributions for university entrance.  VET subjects also contribute to VCE VM learning programs. The full range of VET subjects available to our students can be found in subject selection Handbook.


Assessment of outcomes and competencies for completion of VET modules for VET Certification need to follow specified requirements in the particular vocational area as outlined in Industry Documents.

  • Year 11 Melbourne Experience Term 4

  • Year 12 V.C.E. Camp at the start of the year in preparation for Year 12 and the final year of school  -  Melbourne.

  • Various Camps associated with Outdoor Education Studies

  • Other excursions and activities are based on subject selection

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