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Our Senior School at Northpine Christian College provides an environment that stimulates confidence in learning as well as opportunities to deliver one’s best. We believe that student well-being is at the centre of education – our focus is to support our students holistically so they can discover and develop their strengths for their future success.

Our College provides the opportunities, environment and academic support to enable all of our students to flourish. We are committed to ensuring that each individual student be challenged and supported in achieving their fullest potential, growing in independence and self-esteem so that they can confidently pursue their chosen career path and become active members of the local and global community.

Students in Senior School are encouraged to develop a spirit of teamwork, achieve personal goals, and develop a strong positive character through participation in a broad range of co-curricular experiences both inside and outside the classroom.

Through our robust and tailored Careers program as well as through our curriculum, students are supported to focus on consolidating key relevant academic and life skills. Furthermore, students are provided with a variety of subject options in either OP or vocational pathways for Years 11 and 12 to choose from. Work experience, career guidance, and academic support in an ICT-rich environment are key components in preparing students for success in their senior years of schooling.

Our co-curricular opportunities are offered through our extensive Sporting, Outdoor Education, Duke of Edinburgh, Music and Performing Arts programs, along with annual Year 7-12 camps. Moreover, learning enhancement initiatives such as ASPM (Academic Success Peer Mentoring), GLAD (Growing Learning and Academic Development) and HASP (High Achieving Students’ Program) are designed to develop students’ higher order thinking and communication skills and to challenge them to develop holistically, creating an environment of shared success.

New Senior Assessment System (ATAR)

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Year 12 Subjects:

The Year 12 class of 2019 is the final class that will receive an Overall Position (OP) rank. As a result, these courses will be updated to reflect the coming change.

Authority Subjects (OP)Authority Registered Subjects (Non OP)
Business ManagementCommunication English
ChemistryPrevocational Mathematics
DramaReligion & Ethics
Home EconomicsCert II & III Hospitality
Legal StudiesConstruction (VET)
Mathematics ACert II & III Fitness
Mathematics B
Modern History
Physical Education
Study of Religion
Design & Technology Studies
Visual Arts
Senior English