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Senior School

Pathways for the future.

Students attending Senior School (Years 10-12) will be well prepared for their vocational choice, whether entering the workforce or continuing to further study at a tertiary level.

Harvest Christian School, Senior School

Senior School

At Harvest Christian College, we nurture a loving and caring Christian environment in our Senior School, giving students the opportunity to grow their Christian faith and develop their God-given gifts and talents, equipping them for a life with hope, meaning and purpose.

Purpose

Senior School at Harvest Christian College provides individual pathways for each student within a loving and caring Christian environment to equip them with the life skills that will enable them to achieve excellence in their chosen careers and vocations.

Education

Education in the Senior School strives for excellence in Christ-Centred learning in which all learning needs are met. Learning programs are innovative, utilising progressive approaches to incorporate a Christian worldview into all curriculum areas.

Wellbeing

Student wellbeing is a strong focus within the Senior School with staff fostering a sense of belonging and connectedness for students. Staff embed and promote healthy spiritual, physical, mental and social wellbeing through pastoral care practices.

Harvest Christian School, Senior School
Harvest Christian School, Senior School
Harvest Christian School, Senior School
Facilities

Students in the Senior School have access to modern facilities to ensure a quality education. Facilities include:

Modern Science Laboratories
Food & Hospitality Centre
Performing Arts Centre
Student Services Centre
Technology Studies Centre
Automotive Centre
Computer Suite
Library
Stadium & Gym Room
Dedicated study room for Years 11 and 12
Curriculum Areas

Senior School Subjects currently offered by Harvest Christian College:

Year 10
SACE Stage One
SACE Stage Two
Compulsory Subjects
Christian Studies
English
General Mathematics
HASS (Humanities and Social Sciences)
Health & Physical Education
Mathematical Methods
PLP (Personal Learning Plan)
Science
Choice Subjects
Art
Automotive
Civics & Citizenship
Digital Technologies
Drama
Home Economics
Information Processing & Publishing (IPP)
Material Solutions (Tech)
Music
Outdoor Education
Pre-Vetamorphus
Compulsory Subjects for SACE Stage One and Two:
Christian Studies
English or Essential English
Essential Mathematics, General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods
Research Project
Choice Subjects for SACE Stage One:
Biology
Chemistry
Digital Technologies
Food & Hospitality
Information Processing & Publishing (IPP)
Integrated Learning - Automotive
Legal Studies
Material Solutions (Tech)
Music
Outdoor Education
Physical Education
Physics
Psychology
Specialist Mathematics
Vetamorphous
Visual Arts/Art
Visual Arts/Design
Workplace Practices
Choice Subjects for SACE Stage Two:
Biology
Chemistry
Digital Technologies
English Literary Studies
Essential English
Food & Hospitality
General English
General Mathematics
Information Processing & Publishing (IPP)
Integrated Learning - Automotive
Legal Studies
Material Solutions (Tech)
Mathematical Methods
Music
Outdoor Education
Physical Education
Physics
Psychology
Specialist Mathematics
Visual Arts/Art
Visual Arts/Design
Workplace Practices
Open Access Subjects

The South Australian Open Access College provides students with added choice in their curriculum, allowing them to undertake a specific subject or subjects not available at HCC due to staffing or student number restrictions. These subjects occur on site using online technologies to access teachers and lessons.

Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Part-time TAFE Studies

VET is defined as education and training that leads to the achievement of the requirements of specific modules/units which are based on standards of competence related to the industry. In schools, VET modules can be embedded within SACE subjects or can be taken as stand-alone modules. Partnerships between schools, industry and registered training organisations (such as TAFE Colleges) can help to promote a successful transition from school to work and/or further study or training.

At Harvest Christian College, our aim is to provide for the needs of all our students including those inclined towards university studies and those wishing to pursue other fields of endeavour. Our students are fortunate to have a TAFE college catering for a wide range of courses situated less than a kilometre from our College site.

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Get in touch with us today for more information on how to enrol your young person in Senior School at HCC.