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 Work Place Learning in its list of offerings for Senior students addressing important life issues such as career choices, self-esteem and respect for others and their rights, ethical decision making and work placement advice. Work experience placements are offered to Senior students so that they can experience real life and be aware of the opportunities facing them after post compulsory education. Students in Year 11 will achieve a Certificate II and Year 12 students a Certificate III in Work Place Learning.
Students and their parents are encouraged to book an appointment for Careers Counselling. 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. Under the requirements of the Western Australian Certificate of Education, senior students are encouraged to keep a log book and engage in service activities.
We encourage our students to become involved in the many service opportunities that are available through churches and their missions programmes, both within Australia and globally.
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.
Careers Advice is also offered through Mrs Carin Havinga.