Welcome from the Head of Senior School
The Senior School is committed to nurturing the synergy between student, home and school. Communication and transparency are key as we work together to ensure a successful Year 10, 11 and 12 Senior School experience for students.
At Woodcroft College, effort, resilience, drive and grit are qualities developed by highly committed and encouraging staff to ensure that each student achieves their personal best. These attributes serve students well while at school, but also prepare them for the future.
Students are encouraged to unlock their passions and interests, and pursue their individual strengths. Extensive subject selection and career counselling are offered to each of our students to ensure they are well aware of their options and post-school choices.
The Senior School offers students three curriculum pathways and an extensive range of subjects. Students can choose to undertake either the International
Baccalaureate Diploma, the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE), or Vocation Education and Training (VET) in SACE. The International
Baccalaureate Diploma will cease to be part of our program at the end of 2023. Students entering Year 11 in 2022 will be the last IB Diploma
cohort at the College.
For more information on the curriculum offered in the Senior School, please view one of our Handbooks:
Our pastoral care program is specifically designed to meet the needs of Senior School students. Year-specific programs give students information and strategies to support them during their transition into responsible adulthood.
Our Senior School is committed to providing students with a holistic education, great opportunities, and a head start in life.
Subject Choices in Senior School
This is an exciting time as students plan their Senior School pathway.
All students have received a copy of their 2021 Curriculum Guide. The videos linked on this page are designed to provide additional information to support the subject selection process for students and parents.
Students and parents are encouraged to view the videos relevant to their Year Level. Please click links below.
Other Useful Links
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