The Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) is awarded to senior secondary school students who satisfy its requirements. It is a senior secondary certificate recognised nationally in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Generally, students will complete two years of senior secondary study to achieve the WACE. The WACE is recognised by universities, industry and other training providers. Achievement of a WACE signifies that a student has successfully met the breadth and depth standard, the achievement standard and the literacy and numeracy standard in their senior secondary schooling.
The School Curriculum and Standards Authority is responsible for curriculum, assessment, standards and reporting for all Western Australian schools. Please visit their website for more information. www.scsa.wa.edu.au
Year 11 Course Selection Information
Year 10 students will be focusing on future career paths and options for when they have completed Year 12. As a young adult and senior school student, the future can suddenly seem very imminent.
Commencing week 9 in term 2, Year 10 students will have the opportunity to sit with a counsellor and discuss future options in schooling and career.
Students will be allocated an interview time and letters will be distributed with details for student interviews.
Where possible, we encourage parent/s to come along to the interview as the amount of information can sometimes be overwhelming for students. You can have a look at our Helpful Links under Student Services for some helpful links in preparation for choosing possible career pathways to discuss at the meeting.
View the Year 11 2024 handbook.
View the Year 11 2024 Course Selection Process.