Antonine High Achievers (AHA)


Antonine High Achiever (AHA) program is designed to offer students an opportunity to engage in a range of challenging activities including setting learning goals, participating in STEM activities and seeking out independent tasks to extend understanding and develop thinking skills.


AHA Saint Joseph Campus

Part 1: PLPs for students who receive high results

1-2 goals to challenge and extend students, identified through close analysis of a range of data as high achieving, will be written for the subject area (either Maths or English) each semester for the year.


Part 2: High quality in-class differentiation

Teachers will continue to provide high quality in-class differentiation to meet the needs of their learners.


Part 3: Extension subject opportunities

From Year 9 students can select to complete extension subjects including electives, VCE subjects, or University subjects that extend students beyond the curriculum.


Part 4: Year 8 STEM extension

This includes the analysis of a range of data to identify and select two groups of Year 8 students to participate in a timetabled period of STEM extension activities.


Part 5: Learning Area Extension Certificates

Each Learning Area will be responsible for creating 2-3 Extension Certificates. Students who complete these will receive a certificate and acknowledgement of this accomplishment.


AHA Cedar Campus

Part 1: PLPs for students who receive high results

1-2 goals to challenge and extend students, identified through close analysis of a range of data as high achieving, will be developed for the subject area (either Maths or English) each semester for the year.


Part 2: High quality in-class differentiation

Teachers will continue to provide high quality in-class differentiation to meet the needs of their learners.


Part 3: Maths Extension

Students identified using close analysis of a range of data will have an opportunity to participate in a Maths extension program.