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Correspondence Subjects 

The information included here covers all year levels so that students and caregivers can consider options available in the future as well as at Year 10. 

To study a subject through Correspondence School a student must: 
  • Meet the criteria laid down by the Correspondence School and 
  • Be approved by the Principal 

Guidelines 

The following guidelines summarise the entry requirements to the Correspondence School from the College: 
  • The subject is not offered at the College and is essential for the students chosen career. Principal’s approval is required,
  • Students transferred from another school wish to continue with the subject not offered at the College,
  • Subject studied at Year 10 not available in Year 11 level,
  • Subject studied at Year 11 that is not offered at Year 12, or
  • Subject studied at Year 12 that is not offered at Year 13.

Notes: 

Acceptance under Correspondence School criteria does not automatically mean that the Correspondence School will accept you as a student.The College regards studying through the Correspondence School as a privilege and reserves the right to withdraw students who fail to abide by the College rules. Students are expected to complete work on time and must be prepared to work on their own, under class supervision. Failure to do so will result in your withdrawal from the course.