Curriculum
Senior School opportunities include engagement in English, Health and Physical Education, Languages, Mathematics, Science, the Arts, Technology and Humanities and Social Sciences. For more detail on subject content visit the School Curriculum and Standards Authority website at http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au Kingsway provides highly qualified, able staff to deliver these quality learning experiences.

The College’s Auditorium is an excellent venue for some of the great learning experiences provided to our students.

In the past a number of Kingsway students have won scholarships for Medicine. Eight of our 2016 graduates, all with ATAR scores of between 98 and 99.15, were given a direct pathway to the Medical Science course at the University of Western Australia.

In 2018 five of our graduates were given assured pathways into Medical Science courses. Four of our 2018 Year 12 cohort achieved ATAR scores of over 99 and another five had scores of over 97.

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Our Year 10 Students are included in the Senior Secondary Programme as this is the year where students will be prepared for Year 11 and 12 subject choices. Some students will choose to engage in Vocational Training courses which facilitate TAFE entry, whilst others will choose courses leading to Tertiary Study. 

The two years of Post Compulsory Education (Years 11 and 12) are designed to extend students and assist them to make informed choices which will equip them for life. At Kingsway, we believe in instilling the beliefs and values in our students that provide them with an opportunity to develop a strong Christian world view.

Careers
Kingsway Christian College includes industry experience for those students that are completing Certificate courses in Years 11 & 12.  The work experience complements their studies, is usually done during exam periods, and often contributes to their WACE graduation. 
Students and their parents are encouraged to book an appointment for Careers Counselling in Year 10. Contact the College Administration for more information. Students in Year 11 and 12 may also receive advice concerning their applications to TISC, TAFE, Private Tertiary Institutions as well as being kept informed concerning scholarship applications.
There are many opportunities for senior students to participate in active service within the College and wider communities.
From 2020 Careers Advice is offered through Mrs Karen Theunissen.
 

Head of Students
In our Secondary School, each section of the College is headed up by a Head of Students who looks after the Pastoral Care of Students. This includes monitoring student behaviour as well as providing opportunities for social engagement. The Head of Students for Year 10 is Mr Matt Elliott and for Year 11-12 is Mrs Carin Havinga.