The Senior Years (Years 11 and 12) provide students with the opportunity to best prepare them for future study or employment.
They can elect to undertake several types of pathways that prepare them for tertiary studies, the world of work or both.
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Tertiary Studies ATAR Pathways, Blended ATAR and Vocational Pathways, or Vocational non-ATAR pathways:
Students can also take a blended pathway, with a combination of General and Applied subjects, certificate courses, school-based apprenticeships or traineeships (SAT), study at TAFE and work placement opportunities.
All students are eligible to receive a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) or the Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA).
In general, students are required to study English, Mathematics and Religious Education.
They can then choose from a wide selection of subject choices and this is demonstrated in our Senior Years Curriculum Handbook.
Year 11-12 Curriculum_Handbook 2024-2025 Edition FINAL 220623.pdf
Please also see the following links for useful information:
Applications - QTAC
ATAR - QTAC
Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) | Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (qcaa.qld.edu.au)
AARA Application Form
Short Term AARA process.pdf
Application for Short Term AARA.pdf
AARA medical_report Units 3 and 4 Exams.pdf
Assessment Guidelines and Procedures
Clairvaux MacKillop College - Assessment Guidelines and Procedures.pdf