VCE

As our students enter their senior years, we assist them in working towards their post-school goals, whether they aim for university entry, a trade pathway, a traineeship, or employment. We are committed to ensuring that our students are motivated and focused on their goals and become lifelong learners. We continue to develop and build our students’ confidence in themselves, to support them in working towards their best and their success, so they can shine beyond 西瓜视频.

VCE Pathways

As your child reaches their senior years at 西瓜视频, their options and pathways expand, making it possible to achieve success in a number of post-school opportunities. Whichever opportunity they wish to pursue, we have ways to help them achieve this.

The Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) is the pathway most students take. However, for our learners who prefer an applied way of learning, the Victorian Certificate of Education Vocational Major (VCE VM), is also offered to achieve a senior secondary qualification.

At 西瓜视频, we work with families and students to assist in making the choice which best suits the student, supports them in achieving their personal goals, and sets them up for an educational or working life post-school.

VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education)

The VCE provides students with a certificate that demonstrates their readiness for post-school/tertiary studies, allowing access to many different pathways. It is awarded when students have demonstrated satisfactory knowledge of a program of studies as determined by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA). The VCE is a two year, full-time, program that consists of 22 units. At the end of Year 12, students who complete their VCE for a score will receive an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) which can be used for university, tertiary and further education (TAFE) entry requirements.

Students need to satisfactorily complete a total of no fewer than 16 units over the two years of VCE study. Three of these units must be from the common study of English (1, 2, 3, and 4), English Language, or Literature. They also need a further three sequences of Units 3 & 4 studies other than English to gain their VCE certificate.

Information Evenings

The VCE Information evening for Year 10, 11 and 12 are held in February each year and it is highly advised for parents/guardians to attend. In July, a subject selection information night is available for all senior school students. Please check PAM for the dates and times for all Year Level Information Evenings