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Senior School

As our students take their first steps into adulthood, the Senior School supports them by dividing emphasis between academic achievement, career discovery and personal growth.

Year 10

The Year 10 curriculum at All Saints aims to ensure that all students receive a balanced education and are well prepared for the Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) and Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) systems that define Years 11 and 12.

At the beginning of Year 10, students will pick subjects for three terms. The fourth term marks the beginning of their QCE Year 11 studies. Students will choose their subjects for QCE Unit One after getting a good taste for the senior curriculum. There are three compulsory courses in Year 10. These are English, Mathematics and Rotation. The Rotation line includes lessons of Physical Education, Christian Living, a careers-based futures program and the Wonder Project, an All Saints initiative.

Years 11 and 12

The senior years at All Saints are designed to help students achieve their desired outcomes for tertiary and career pathways. Students can opt for 'general syllabuses', which are best suited for those who are interested in tertiary study, and 'applied syllabuses', which are best suited to those who are primarily interested in pathways that lead to vocational education and training (VET) or work.

Years 11 and 12 include preparation for, and undertaking, the Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) and Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) assessments that help guide student pathways. They are also focused on preparing applications for tertiary study and careers beyond school.


Senior School students are supported by a first-rate Careers and Vocational Education & Training Centre which provides guidance for post school pathways including university, TAFE, apprenticeships, traineeships and employment opportunities.

Find out more about Careers and Vocational Education & Training at All Saints