Thebarton Senior College is a specialist senior secondary school that provides opportunities for students to complete their SACE in a broad range of courses, including nationally accredited vocational training certificates.
Facilities: Gymnasium, Cafeteria, Library, Study Centre, Language Centre and Trade Training Centre. s
Electives Years 8 to 10: Certificate courses in Business, Business Administration, Community Services, Multimedia, Metal Trades, Information Technology, Building and Construction, English Language Proficiency, Resources and Infrastructure Operations and CISCO networking.
Electives Years 11 and 12: Stage 1- Arts, Humanities, Social and Cultural Art, Australian Studies, Business Studies, Design, Economics, English, ESL, English Literacy Skills, Food and Catering, Food and Nutrition, Legal Studies, Performing Arts, Studies in Religion, Studies of Societies, Textile Studies, Tourism, Work Education. Stage 1 – Mathematics, Science and Technology 2D Animation, Accounting, Applied Electronics (Robotics), Biology, Chemistry, CNC, Database Systems, Energy and Automotive Systems, Health and Lifestyle, Home Maintenance, Integrated Science, Mathematical Applications, Mathematics (Vocational), Maths Studies, Photography, Programming Systems, Physics, Psychology, Recreation and Fitness, Textile Studies, Woodwork, Word Processing (Personal and Business). Stage 2 – Arts, Humanities, Social and Cultural Art (Life Drawing), Art Practical, Business Studies, Classical Studies, Design Practical, Economics, ESL, ESL Studies, English Communications, English Studies, Food and Hospitality Studies, Legal Studies, Modern History, Studies of Societies, Tourism, Visual Art Studies, Work Studies. Stage 2 – Mathematics, Science and Technology Accounting Studies, Biology, Business Documents, Chemistry, Computer Assisted Production Systems, Computer Networking, Desktop Publishing, Digital Photography, Digital Video and Sound, Furniture Construction, Mathematical Applications, Mathematical Studies, Mathematics Specialist, Nutrition, Personal Documents, Photography, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, Robotics and Automation Systems.
Sport: Students are involved in sporting teams and athletics in several non-school based competitions. Occasional carnivals against other senior secondary schools occur.
Extracurricular activities: Harmony Day, Youth Week and Multicultural Focus Week, Fringe Festival Opening Parade, Choir, Singing and Drama activities through Performing Arts courses.
Welfare and personal development: Counselling services, personal counselling, interagency liaison, career and training information and interpreting services.
Special features: SACE studies, Mathematics, Science, Computing, Home Economics, NAP, SACE.
|Years||Year 8 - Year 12|