At Wyndham Central College the Senior School comprises of Yrs. 10, 11 & 12
Students are supported by their classroom teachers along with the form tutors, the Year Level Leaders, an Assistant Principal – Head of Senior School, and a Senior School Administrative Assistant.
Regular level assemblies for Year 10, 11 and 12 students allow the opportunity for presentations and guest speakers on a range of issues. Examinations form part of the assessment for all year levels. Year 10 and 11 examinations are held at the end of Semester 1 and Semester 2. Year 12 students complete examinations as determined by the VCAA guidelines.
Our aim is to prepare students for VCE and to support them throughout VCE, culminating in a successful Year 12.
Students undertake the core studies of English, History, Geography, Physical Education/Health, Science and Mathematics. Students select four elective studies from a wide range of subjects. The opportunity exists for students to select a VCE Units 1 and 2 subjects, providing selection criteria are met..
The normal Year 11 course consists of six subjects (i.e. 12 units). At least one of the subjects undertaken must be an English Study. The opportunity exists for students to select a VCE Units 3 and 4 subjects, providing selection criteria are met.
The normal Year 12 course consists of five subjects (i.e. 10 units). At least one of the subjects undertaken must be an English Study.
Year 12 students have their own study centre and revision lectures are conducted prior to the June exams and every September holidays.
For all students there is extensive counselling to assist with both subject selection and tertiary pathways selection.