Brigidine College offers quality educational pathway options for our young women embarking on their Senior Phase of Learning – plus we have a solid track record of delivering strong academic results compared to other Brisbane schools.
Students interested in university courses elect to complete an ATAR Pathway, whilst students more interested in vocational education or direct employment may choose other pathways such as SAT, or a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship.
We work with our students collaboratively to ensure they can achieve the SET (Senior Education and Training) Plans they created for their final years or evolve them as needs or interests change. In Year 12 each student has ongoing one-on-one mentoring with a teacher.
Throughout these final two years, we continue to engender a love of learning and promote our students’ sense of belonging, self-esteem and resilience. We do this through a broad range of subjects, wellbeing programs, cocurricular and extra-curricular offerings across an array of interest areas.
Years 11 and 12 Curriculum Overview
- Religious Education – choose one of
- Study of Religion or
- Religion and Ethics SAS*
- English – choose one of
- English or
- Literature or
- Essential English*
- Mathematics – choose one of
- General Mathematics or
- Mathematical Methods or
- Essential Maths
Students are required to study a core program of Religious Education, Mathematics and English in Years 11 and 12. They are also invited to select three elective subjects to study over the final two years of their schooling at Brigidine College. Please see the Curriculum Guide below for a comprehensive breakdown of the multiple subjects on offer for our students.
Alternatively, students can choose a School-Based Apprenticeship or Traineeships (SAT) or a Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification. See here.