Year 12

As part of a Year 12 initiative to become more involved within the school and wider community and to provide the opportunity to develop leadership skills and social and cultural awareness, Year 12 Adviser, Mr Joel Foster, and self-nominated students from across year 12 have worked to establish a year committee. Year 12 students are free to join at any time and work collaboratively on many projects for the betterment of year 12 and the wider school and community.

 

Students of Year 12 should also seek to discuss the possibility of work experience and scholarship applications with Mr Foster or the Careers Adviser. This could not only assist students select possible post-school work options but also build leadership and employment skills, acquire possible references for student resumes and act as a positive incentive for many students.

 

With examination being a major component of senior school, the homework centre is a valuable resources that students should utilise. Students who feel they are struggling with study can see Mr Foster for some helpful study techniques.

 

A range of other activities have also been arranged for the 2017 year including Driver Education courses, reward excursions and leadership programs.

 

Mr J Foster (Year 12 Adviser)

 

The Year 12 2017 HSC Examination will be held in Term 4 from Week 2 2017. Students have been sent a timetable, however, can access an online copy here (pdf 208 KB).

 

Year 12 Reference

Once the examination period is over, there will be the chance to obtain a reference from your Year Adviser. Download the form (docx 146 KB), complete and return it to Mr Foster after your HSC. Mr Foster will contact you when it is ready for collection.

Year 12 is a busy time for students as they study for the Higher School Certificate and make plans for life after school.

HSC support

A range of online resources is available to help students and parents understand the HSC and prepare for assessment and examinations.

Balancing commitments

This year it's more important than ever for students to balance commitments between their school, social and family life.

After Year 12

It's a good idea for your child to start thinking about careers that suit their interests and abilities as early as possible. You may like to talk with the careers adviser and research options together.

Resources, such as the following sites are readily available:

Future study and training options

For students considering continuing with study, visiting the following links can help them make an informed decision:

Going to careers markets and open days are also good ways to find out what's on offer.

Job searching

These websites list job vacancies and apprenticeship and traineeships opportunities:

 

Year 12 - Class of 2017 Graduation

 

Graduating Class of 2017

 

 

Year 12 are quickly approaching the end of their high school career and it has been an amazing journey to watch the young students of 2012 grow in to mature adult by 2017. As such, Mr Joel Foster (Year Adviser) has been working hard to ensure Year 12 have a Graduation Celebration worthy of the outstanding students of Year 12 2017.

 

A Year 12 Graduation Pack has been compiled and distributed to students with information regarding the final week of Year 12, Graduation and the Formal. An interactive guide is also available here.

 

Please make sure to read carefully and return notes and deposits by the due dates for confirmation of attendance to the events. Formal invites will also be distributed shortly.