Years 11 - 12

As students enter their final two years of study there is a danger of educational focus that narrows down to a result in an external exam. 

At Green Point Christian College, we view education in a much bigger framework than just the HSC examinations, where the character of a student and a holistic approach to education underpins academic performance. We believe in our graduates being Equipped for Life where characteristics of a Godly Character, lifelong learner, social engagement, collaboration, and critical and creative thinking can influence the sphere our students enter when they leave school.

The avenue of completing Years 11 and 12 at Green Point Christian College helps to instil in students, no matter their ability, the disciplines required to succeed both in future studies and in the workplace. 

It is through the successful completion of Year 12 that students develop the maturity, skills and confidence to take the next step in their life journey and at Green Point Christian College they also develop the values that enable them to be positive influencers of society.

We offer a large range of subjects to meet the interests and aspirations of our students as they look to future study and careers paths. Students are also able to access TAFE and Distance Education courses to meet any specialist interests they may wish to learn. 

The subjects offered in Years 11 and 12 include:

YEARS 11/12 SUBJECTS

Link to Year 11/12 subject choice videos 2020

Aboriginal Studies

Ancient History

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Community and Family Studies

Drama

Economics

English Advanced

English Standard

English Extension 1

English Extension 2

Food Technology

French Beginners

Geography

History Extension (Year 12 only)

Industrial Technology – Timber

Japanese Beginners/Continuers

Legal Studies

Mathematics General

Mathematics

Mathematics Extension 1

Mathematics Extension 2

Modern History

Music

Personal Development, Health and Physical Education

Photography, Video and Digital Imaging      

Physics

Society and Culture

Software Design and Development

Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation

Studies of Religion

Textiles and Design

Visual Arts

Note: Course availability is affected by student choice