The senior years of schooling can often be stressful for students and families. Bosco Campus students can access academic, vocational, social and emotional support through a number of structures. We encourage parents to partner with the school to achieve the best possible outcomes for their children.
Students may choose one of two pathways to complete their senior years: the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) which may incorporate a range of VET (Vocational Education and Training) subjects or the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL). Students are supported in their decision-making and in their transition from one year level to another.
There is also the possibility of accelerated study, with students studying Unit 1 and 2 VCE subjects in Year 10, and Unit 3 and 4 VCE studies in Year 11 if academic requirements are met.
Our College is able to offer students a suite of Senior Pathways:
Bosco Campus classes and wellbeing programs are heavily geared towards achieving excellence in all that we do and pursuing goals and dreams for the future. Effectively organising and utilising class, study, seminar and home study time is the best way to ensure that results are maximised and dreams are realised.
We have a dedicated careers and pathways team who deliver a variety of programs through our curriculum to make this possible and assist students to find a suitable pathway that meets their aspirations.
Alternatively, see below view the Bosco Subject Selection Handbook as an interactive flipbook.