The Senior School structure has been developed to prepare students for life after school, whether they choose to move on to tertiary study or enter the workforce. High quality facilities, an excellent technology platform and a diverse range of programs challenge students to realise their potential. One of the hallmarks of the The Springfield Anglican College curriculum is the adoption of a flexible approach to curriculum delivery.
Students in Years 10 to 12 are able to shape their learning to suit their career path requirements. Students undertake career guidance through the ‘Future Focus’ program in order to choose the most appropriate Senior Schooling pathway. In Year 11 and 12, students have available both a traditional tertiary pathway by selecting authority subjects to be eligible to receive an Overall Position (OP) or vocational pathway. Students are also able to enrol in a TAFE course, school-based training or apprenticeship. Our most academic students are also able to enhance their learning by enrolling in a first year university subject during Year 11 and 12.
The Teaching and Learning Program in Senior Schooling allows students to build on the skills that have developed throughout Middle Schooling, applying them at a deeper level and in more complex situations. A large focus is placed on ensuring that students are well-equipped with the skill they will require for the world beyond school.Learn More
Student Care is at the heart of everything we do at the College. We understand that the emotional wellbeing of students is fundamental to their academic success, and so we offer a holistic approach that develops students’ understanding of wellbeing through explicit teaching of strategies to develop growth mindsets, grit and wellbeing.Learn More
We believe that the important learning experiences that a school provides happen in and out of the classroom, and our vibrant and varied student activities and extra-curricular programs are vital in allowing us to achieve our goals of educating the mind, body and spirit of our students.