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Subject Expo & Senior School Information night

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  • 04 Aug, 2017

A very successful and well attend Subject Expo and Senior School Information night was held this week for Students and Parents.

Students were able to visit Expo booths manned by Teachers who provided information on Commerce, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science, English, Mathematics, Arts, Technology, Health and Physical Education and Christian Studies.

The Senior School information evening for Parents of students in Years 9 and 10 as we will explain the intricacies of Senior School, particularly with regards to Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning(VCAL).

The VCE or the VCAL are the culmination of your child’s years of education to date. With your child’s transition to our Senior School it indicates a change from the compulsory years of education to the non-compulsory. It also denotes a level of workload and expectation unprecedented in your child’s schooling thus far.

The Senior School Information Evening and Subject Expo are the first stages of the subject selection process. In the coming weeks you will be asked to book a time to come in with your child and have a subject selection interview. Dates for subject selection interviews have been set, and this year they will be held from Monday 7th August through to Friday 18th August. Times available will vary from day time through to 7:00pm and are 20 minutes in duration.

Due to the early closing date of VETiS Cluster programs on Wednesday 30th August, we ask Students and Parents to explore the programs on offer through the Cluster and apply online http://highlandsllen.org/programs . Please be aware that there are additional costs associated with VET courses offered through the Cluster that Parents are liable for. These costs must be paid before the commencement of each semester. If for whatever reason students decide not to go ahead with a VET course as part of their subjects for next year, there is no cost associated with application. However, if students decide that they would like to do a VET course through the Cluster after 30th August, then this may not be possible.


Middle School Electives Handbook
This year Students were able to place their subject selections in preference boxes
Commerce: David Neumann
Health & Physical Education: Scott McKenzie
English: Julie Doyle
Technology: Glen Strange
Humanities & Social Science: Ken Nuridin and Sylvia Loader
English: David Henderson
Science: Susiana Tauelangi
Maths: Mark Preston and Kaylene Templar
Arts: Carol Clough
Certificate III in Christian Studies: Trent Loader and Ruthie Byrne
Music: Alan Kirkman
Senior School Handbook
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