Senior Education and Training (SET) Plan
During Year 10, students can choose their pathway through the senior phase of learning. To finalise their learning plans, students and their parent/guardian will need to complete a Senior Education and Training (SET) plan interview.
SET Plans aim to help students make important decisions about their future education, training and employment.
The SET Plan Interviews will take in August following the Senior Pathways information evening.
Year 11 and 12 curriculum
After completing Year 10, students choose from a broader range of learning options that may lead to a:
Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE)
Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA)
Tertiary Entrance Statement (OP eligible students)
VET Certificate qualification.
The Senior Pathways Handbook provides detailed information about these study options.
All Year 11 and 12 students will study one English and one mathematics subject. They can then choose 4 further subjects.
To be eligible for an Overall Position (OP), students must undertake at least 6 subjects, 5 of which are authority subjects, over 2 years. Students can include 1 authority-registered subject in their total of 6, and still be OP-eligible.