The majority of senior courses are assessed through NCEA Achievement Standards which contain both internal and external assessments. The focus of the senior curriculum is to allow pathways for all students to reach their full academic potential and gain relevant qualifications.
Students study English, Mathematics, Science, Religious Education and two other subject options.
Students study English and Religious Education and four other subject options that are selected in consultation with their Tutor Teachers, House Leaders, Careers Advisor and parents.
Students study English and Religious Education and either four or five other subject options that are selected in consultation with their Tutor Teachers, House Leaders, Careers Advisor and parents.
Subjects currently offered within the senior curriculum include:
Accounting, Art, Art Design, Biology, Building, Careers, Chemistry, Classical Studies, DVC, Digital Technology, Drama, Economics, English, English Language, Food and Nutrition, French, Gateway, Geography, History, Mathematics, Media Studies, Music, Outdoor Education, Physics, Physical Education, Programming & Technology, Psychology, Religious Education, Samoan, Science, Technology and Te Reo Maori.
It is essential that the procedures in the Student Assessment Policy are understood and closely adhered to. They represent both your rights and your responsibilities as a student.