Science graduates benefit from authentic real-world experiences, solid academic foundations and a talented, passionate teaching team. Science students leave the College with a curiosity for the world around them and a passion for tackling life’s great puzzles.
Students have the opportunity to engage in a wide range of learning experiences in Science with the study being compulsory in Years 7-10, employing a STEM approach to their learning and fostering cross-curricular links with HSIE and Mathematics. In Year 9 students undertake a cross-curricular project that is aimed at increasing the students understanding of the interrelated nature of the subjects they study. By doing this students improve their ability to think deeply and critically on the interrelationships they investigate.
In Years 11-12 for their HSC studies students can choose from a range of subjects including:
Our programs are thematic and contextual, designed to optimise the student experience in Science. Collaborating with real-world scientists enables our students to explore sustainability projects founded upon stewardship of the planet, drawing inspiration from indigenous history and culture and honouring our Christian faith. Not only do we aspire to instil a love of Science in our students, we aim to inspire service at both local and global levels in our future leaders.