Are there any compulsory subjects?
All students must complete four units of English over two years of Secondary School including a pair of English units in Year 12.
All students must enrol in either ATAR or General Religion and Life.
To meet the 'Breadth of Study' component for WACE Secondary Graduation, at least one course must be studied in both List A and B (see the WACE page under 'Breadth & Depth').
- What courses count towards university entry?
- With regards to Secondary Graduation, what is the WACE requirement for English?
- Is Mathematics a compulsory subject?
- If I am enrolled in a General program of study but also choose to study an ATAR subject in Year 12, do I have to sit the WACE external exam?
- What are the literacy requirements for university entry?
- I am enrolled in an ATAR program. Can I do Outdoor Education?
- Can my son study an ATAR course in Year 12 without completing the Year 11 equivalent?
- Are there any advantages of studying an ATAR course in Year 11 if I am TAFE bound?
- Do I need to enrol in a VET Certificate?
- What is meant by a ‘prerequisite’ subject for university entry?
- Can I change any of my subject choices before the beginning of the Year 11?
- Where there are two or more classes of the same subject can I swap between teachers?
- I have no idea what I want to do. Is this a problem in the subject selection process?
- How do I gain promotion to Year 11?
- What is the process if I wish to study a subject where I have not met the prerequisite at the end of Semester One, Year 10?
- Which TAFE courses should I apply for?
- How can I improve my chances of getting a place in a TAFE course?
- What is the difference between TAFE and university courses?
- What are the benefits of Workplace Learning?
- Where can I seek Careers advice?