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AIM HIGH — SENIOR SECONDARY MUSIC COLLEGE


AIM High Senior Secondary Music College is a department of The
Australian Institute of Music and was established for students wanting a career
in the music industry. It provides an opportunity for them to obtain their HSC
by completing the last two years of secondary schooling in a musical
environment.

Facilities: Instrumental rooms, music technology laboratory,
computer laboratory, audio-technology rooms, commercial recording studio, auditorium.

Electives Years 11 and 12: English Advanced, English Standard,
English Extension ESL, Mathematics and Extension, Mathematics General, IPT,
Society and Culture, Modern History, Business Studies, Drama, Dance, Music 1
Music 2 and extension. The School also offers a Certificate II in Music
Industry CUS20101 in either Performance or Technical streams.

Welfare and personal development: The teaching staff is made up of
working, professional musicians, engineers, teachers and managers, which means
that the students are constantly in contact with the professional world. This
heightens students’ awareness of the fundamental requirements of a professional
career.

Special features: The curriculum has been designed to meet the
requirements of the HSC. AIM Senior Secondary College is part of the Australian
Institute of Music where tertiary studies include Bachelor, Diploma and Masters
in Music. HSC students work in a tertiary environment and thus are encouraged
to remain at the institute for further study and career opportunities. Students
benefit by receiving not only the HSC, but a certificate in music at the same
time.

Religion None
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 11 - Year 12
Enrolment 40 to 60 students
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