Saint Joseph Campus - Year 7 to Year 12

Year 7 & 8

Year 7 and 8 students study the core subjects of Religious Education, English, STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics), Health, Pastoral Care, Humanities (History and Geography) and Physical Education.

Students also engage in a semester of Music, Art and Performing Arts. Curriculum extension programs, excursions, learning support, Year 8 camp and co-curricular activities support the core curriculum.

Year 9 & 10

Students in Year 9 and 10 continue their study of the core subjects, whilst being challenged and engaged in a range of electives designed for both enrichment and to provide an opportunity for students to prepare for study and career pathways.

The Year 9 program includes an outdoor camp experience, 1:1 Laptop program, life skills and independent transport activities and a performance at the end of semester two.

At Year 10 opportunities exist for extension studies, including completion of VCE Units 1 & 2 and VET subjects, to prepare students for VCE Units 3 & 4 subjects in Year 11.  The Year 10 Canberra and Sydney Camp is also included.

Pastoral Care

Through Pastoral Care classes students participate in You Can Do It!, a program used to teach social and emotional competence specifically: Getting Along, Organisation, Persistence, Resilience and Confidence. Students also cover career development activities as well as other personal development activities such as Circle Time and journal writing. Students keep a Student Portfolio with achievements from all subjects, their goals and reflections on their learning.

Years 11 and 12 (Senior Students)

Students entering Year 11 and 12 will have the opportunity to complete the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE). Students may also choose to elect Vocational Education and Training (VET) subjects alongside VCE subjects. VET subjects may also contribute to satisfactory completion of VCE units. 

Community Engagement and Justice Program

Students are able to fully participate in the Community Engagement and Justice Program at all year levels, which allows them to “give and not count the cost,” by volunteering within their local community and participating in school fundraising opportunities.

Students are invited to participate in a variety of community based placements. The students actively prepare for these placements in class and reflect upon their experiences. All students in Year 11 participate in the Social Awareness Week.

Antonine College
PO BOX 197
Moreland 3058
Tel: (03) 9354 1377
Fax: (03) 9354 1399