SUBJECT SELECTION

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Term 3 is a busy time in the life of the College as Students consider their Studies and Pathway for the 2022 School Year.

Subject Selection Handbooks

The Subject Selection Handbooks are designed to assist Students in their selection of subjects for the 2022 School Year.

The College recommends that Students to take the time to read these Handbooks carefully and consult with their Parent/Guardians, the Teaching and Learning Team at the College and other key Staff, as they develop their understanding of the different courses being offered at St Joseph’s in 2022.

Over the next few weeks, Students will have many opportunities (including Subject Consultation Days) to discover more about each Subject, and the various Pathways available to them, in order to make informed decisions about which courses to choose for next year.

Subject Selection Application Forms

Applications to undertake Intermediate (Year 11) VCAL are due at 9am on Tuesday 27 July. 

All other Subject Selection Application Forms are due at 9am on Friday 6 August 2021.

Students will need to refer to the email sent by the Director of Operations and Innovation for their Web Preferences login details.

2022 Year 12 Application Forms

2022 Year 11 Application Forms

2022 Year 10 Application Forms

Subject Selection Information Evenings

The Subject Selection Information Evenings will outline the structure and general requirements of the 2022 Learning Program. In particular, details of Core, Elective and Acceleration options will be covered on the evenings.

Please click on the link below to access/register for the relevant Zoom Information Session. All Students are expected to be in attendance in full school uniform, albeit in the comfort of your lounge rooms, with at least one parent or guardian.

Subject selection data is used by the school to determine staffing and class requirements for 2022. Students are not prevented from changing selections after the 6 August however this will be subject to availability of spaces. The best approach students can adopt is to make well-informed decisions based on discussions with parents and staff and thorough research (including reading the Subject Selection Guide) and accessing pathways advice from the Head of Pathways, Mrs Vivienne Egan.