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Senior Secondary

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Deputy Principals

Heads of Department

Year Coordinators

Chris Shevelling (Year 10)

Andrew Papas (Year 10)

Melfred Pretorius (Year 10)

Allyson Seymour (Year 11)

Phil Cochran (Year 11)

Shanna Schulz (Year 11)

​Rob Watts (Year 12)

Crystal Caton (Year 12)

​​Jen Kelly (Year 12)


Caboolture State High School offers a wide range of subjects and courses to cover a diverse range of abilities, skills and interests.  This high degree of flexibility and choice, combined with excellent facilities and resources, provides ample opportunity for every student to experience success and to pursue a rich learning pathway to their future.

To find out more about your future options, visit our Careers Website 

Year 10 is the start of students' senior studies and is a time when students are exposed to more independent learning strategies and the rigour expected of Year 11 and 12 subjects.  
 

In Year 10, students are encouraged to plan and commit to a two year course of study for Years 11 and 12.  To facilitate this, all Year 10 students must complete a Senior Education and Training (SET) plan.  The SET plan helps students to identify and align their skills, interests and capabilities with goals for further study or the world of work post school.  Strategies and steps to achieving these goals can then be planned and monitored in their senior years of schooling.​

Below are the subject selections at our school for Junior Secondary.  Please click on the name of the subject to view the subject description.​

Year 10 Subjects

Business in Technology
Chinese
Dance
Digital Technology
Drama
English
Essential Mathematics
Extension Mathematics
General Mathematics
Geography
​Health & PE
History
​Introduction to Agricultural Practices
Introduction to Agricultural Science
​Introduction to Design

​Introduction to Engineering
​Introduction to Furnishing
​Justice Studies
Music
Science for Senior
Science in Practice
​Visual Art​


Year 11 & 12 Subjects

​Agricultural Practices
​Ancient History
​Aquatic Practices
Biology
​Building and Construction Skills
​Chemistry
Chinese
Dance
​Dance in Practice
Drama
Drama in Practice
​Early Childhood Studies
Essential English
​Essential Mathematics
Food & Nutrition
​Furnishing Skills
​General English
General Mathematics
Geography
Health
​Legal Studies
Mathematical Methods
​Modern History
Music
Music in Practice
​Physical Education
Physics
Science in Practice
Social Studies
​Specialist Mathematics
Sport & Recreation
Visual Art​
​​Visual Arts in Practice​

VET Subjects

​Certificate I Construction
Certificate I Hospitality
Certificate II Applied Digital Technology
Certificate II Engineering Pathways
Certificate II Health Support Services
Certificate II Hospitality​

Certificate II Rural Operations
Certificate III Business
Certificate III Fitness​

Certificate III Information Technology​
Certificate III Retail​
Certificate III Sport & Recreation​

For all students, their chosen learning pathway must make them eligible to achieve either a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) or a Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA).
 




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Last reviewed 17 September 2021
Last updated 17 September 2021