Senior School (Years 10 – 12)


In Year 10, students study in the traditional academic Learning Areas of English, Mathematics, Science, and Society and Environment. In the Health and Physical Education Learning Area, General Physical Education courses are compulsory in Year 10. When selecting subjects in The Arts, Health and Physical Education, and Technology and Enterprise Learning Areas, students are advised to consider the areas of study that they may wish to pursue in subsequent years and are advised to check, with the relevant Head of Learning Area, the recommended entry levels for Year 11 courses.

Gilmore College offers a broad range of courses in Years 11 and 12 to meet the interests and needs of students. These courses:

All courses have a number of specified outcomes. Courses are organised into units that will require 55 hours to teach and each unit has specific content and contexts that provide the basis for the teaching program.

The units are at various stages:

Gilmore offers a flexible curriculum for senior secondary school students intending to enter employment or further training on leaving school. Students may choose to enrol in industry-specific Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses or integrate units of competency in general courses. Opportunities to complete VET through a range of programs, such as school-based traineeships, will continue.