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Welcome to Mazenod MyPath

This site will be your place of reference about MyPath options, courses and certificates on offer, and contacts to assist you in the selection of your pathway in Senior School at Mazenod College. There are many elements to consider in the process of making pathway choices, and we are here to offer you advice on how best to succeed in Senior School, which is the step before further study, apprenticeships or the workforce.

Prerequisites for selecting courses are outlined and help you decide on courses to which you are best suited. Note these carefully, along with course information, so you are clear about what is the best pathway for you.

Course counselling session times will be scheduled at the start of Term Three for each student so the process can be worked through in a considered, informed manner. A member of the Academic Leadership team will assist you in this.

At the end of Term Two, the MyPath Program will take students through the essential information about course selections with a Parent Information Evening held in the last week of term. Details about this will be made available closer to the date.

We look forward to working with you on the journey towards Senior School.

Mrs Liana Angove

Deputy Principal of Teaching and Learning

The Course Counselling Team

Liana Angove

Liana Angove

Deputy Principal of Teaching & Learning

Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson

Deputy Principal of Students

Beth Murphy

Beth Murphy

Assistant Deputy Principal of Pedagogy & Practice

Kylie Eaton

Kylie Eaton

Careers & University Pathways

Lauren Johnson

VET & Workplace Learning Coordinator

John Donaghy

John Donaghy

Head of Mathematics

Anna Scanlan

Anna Scanlan

Head of HASS

Tyrone Tuohy

Tyrone Tuohy

Head of Science

Julia Farinaccio

Julia Farinaccio

Head of English

Patrick Parker

Patrick Parker

Head of Year 10

Tom Voakes

Tom Voakes

Head of Religious Education

About The Courses

Year 11 students will study six courses. Generally, there will be three types of courses on offer. A student’s course of study will consist of one or more of these options according to ability, interests and career aspirations.


The options include:

  • UniDirect
  • UniReady (Year 12 Only)
  • WorkReady
  • Transition to Work (T2W)
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