Our girls study a wide curriculum that encourages them to be creative and critical thinkers.

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Year 7 & 8 Curriculum

In Year 7, students learn Robotics, Textiles, Food Technology, Languages, Drama, Visual Arts, Music, and the core curriculum areas. This gives the students an essential foundation for their Year 8 studies, including Musical Theatre, Food and Nutrition, App Development, Robotics, Design and Construction, Languages, Music, Drama, Visual Arts and Textile Technology. In addition, girls can enter a specialist Netball Program as part of the curriculum, developing expertise in this sport and an understanding of biomechanics, nutrition, coaching, and umpiring.

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Year 9 & 10 Curriculum

In Year 9, students again broaden their learning through courses including specialist Netball, Musical Theatre, Music, Drama, Global Cuisine, Patisserie Academy, Fashion Design and Construction, Photography and Digital Media, Artificial Intelligence, Visual Arts, and Languages. Year 9 students will also undertake the Futures Project. This specially designed program allows them to learn and develop skills in research, design thinking, innovation, technology, entrepreneurialism, and social justice.

Year 10 students have greater choice and flexibility in the design of their studies, including several STEM courses such as Biochemistry, Engineering, Environmental Science, Health Science, Graphic Design, Coding, Fashion Design and Construction, Food and Hospitality, Specialist Physical Education, and Netball. Year 10 students can also elect to further study the Humanities through History: People and Power and Innovation in a Global Economy. Students can also continue studying Languages, Music, Drama and Visual Arts.

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In Years 11 and 12, the curriculum is delivered through the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). Our Year 12 students consistently accomplish exceptional results, and many achieve SACE Merits across a broad range of subjects. Likewise, in the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR), Year 12 students achieve exceptional results, with approximately fifty percent performing in the top ten percent of the state.

Register for a College Tour

We encourage you to see how your daughter’s future can take shape at one of our upcoming College Tours where you will see our curriculum in action, tour our historic grounds, and hear from Ms Kylie McCullah, our Principal, on why a girls’ school is the best investment for your daughter.