The Senior School caters for students in Years 10, 11, and 12. This important stage in their transition to adulthood exposes them to greater freedom and independence through the provision of more rights, privileges and responsibilities. Academic excellence, participation in the co- and extra-curricular life of the College and a desire to serve others through participation in community projects, fundraising and giving is actively encouraged.
During this phase, there is a greater focus on career pathways with SET Plans being developed in Year 10 and partnerships being forged with universities, training organisations, business, industry and the community.
By aiming for balance intellectually, physically, emotionally and spiritually, our senior students are given the best opportunities to develop into positive, self-assured adults with the confidence to face the future with hope and optimism.