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Senior School - Years 10-12
The Senior School structure  permits students to study at the level that best reflects their current stage of learning, allowing for vertical subject selection in a wide range of areas including Vocational Education and Training electives.

Year 12

2020 Year 12 Subject Selection Guide 

2020 Year 12 Subject Selections - Web Preferences Guide 

2020 Year 12 Information Night 

2020 Year 11 and 12 Booklet

VTAC Year 11 and 12 Guide

2021 Prerequisites

Year 11

2020 Year 11 and 12 Booklet 

2020 Year 11 Subject Selection Guide 

2020 Year 11 Student Information Session

2020 Year 11 Information Night

VTAC Year 11 and 12 Guide

2020 Where to Now?

2022 Prerequisites

 

Year 10

VTAC Year 10 Guide

2020 Where to Now?

2020 Subject Selection Booklet  

2020 Year 10 Subject Selection Guide 

2020 Year 10 Student Presentation

2020 Year 10 Parent Presentation

2020 Year 10 Subject Selection - Web Preferences Guide 

 

 

VCAL Explained - Parent Information

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Above: An interactive 360 degree view of the inside of the Wilding Wing - the home of the Senior School at St Patrick's College.

2020 Student Council announced

21 Aug

2020 Student Council announced author: Paul Nolan

St Patrick’s College is excited to announce its new student leaders who will fill the crucial roles on the Student Council for 2020. Acting Headmaster – Wellbeing Mrs Elizabeth Ryan said she was incredibly impressed by the qualities of candidates who applied for a role as a student leader. “Following a lengthy process of student voting, staff vot

Senior School Report - July 26, 2019

25 Jul

Senior School Report - July 26, 2019 author: Hamish McCrum

Welcome back for Semester 2.  I hope that all managed to enjoy some rest as well as completing some work in the holidays.  Not all of us managed something as extraordinary as the Kokoda Track; well done to all who took this on. Students are in the process of choosing which course they will do next year, VCE or VCAL.  If considering moving into the

Generous donation creates new bursary

26 Jun

Generous donation creates new bursary author: Paul Nolan

St Patrick’s College, through its Foundation, is delighted to announce the establishment of an ongoing new bursary, courtesy of the incredible generosity of a grieving family in honour of a College Legend. The Geoff Torney Bursary is being established in honour of the acclaimed Old Collegian who died in 2017. Geoff’s wife Janet, in accordance wit

Outstanding academic results from Class of 2018

13 Dec

Outstanding academic results from Class of 2018 author:

St Patrick’s College is excited to announce that 2018 College Captain has achieved a rare double honour in being named College Dux for 2018. With an ATAR score of 99.05 Sam became the first College Captain to also been crowned Dux since David Range in 2007. Sam’s amazing effort capped off a fantastic performance by our Class of 2018 with 14 stude

2018 Valedictory Dinner - OCA speech

26 Nov

2018 Valedictory Dinner - OCA speech author:

One of the major highlights of the 2018 Valedictory Dinner was the stirring speech delivered by current teacher and Old Collegian Shane Murphy (SPC 1993-98) who welcomed our graduates into the ranks of Old Collegians. A transcript of that speech follows: “It is my honour to formally welcome to you to the ranks of the St Patrick’s College Old Coll

College Captain speech to 125th anniversary dinner

20 Nov

College Captain speech to 125th anniversary dinner author: Sam Williams

2018 College Captain Sam Williams delivered the following speech in the Olympic Room at the Melbourne Cricket Ground as the College celebrated its 125th birthday with a gala dinner for 400 people. Good evening ladies and gentlemen. My name is Sam Williams, and it has been my honour to be the college Captain for 2018. Tonight, is an opportunity to

Headmaster's Message - September 21, 2018

19 Sep

Headmaster's Message - September 21, 2018 author: John Crowley

Dear Parents, Carers, Friends, Staff and Students of St Patrick’s College, I write this editorial just after our final, and very moving, assembly for our Year 12 class of 2018. At this assembly, the student leadership baton was formally handed over to our 2019 Student Council. It is with great please that I formally present to our community our 20

Senior School - September 21

19 Sep

Senior School - September 21 author: Hamish McCrum

Congratulations to our Senior Leaders and Award winners, as acknowledged at the Leadership Transfer assembly on Tuesday.  The efforts and contributions that some of them have made are remarkable.  It is worth noting that often the boys who are involved in many areas of school life are also the ones who somehow find more than an average amount of ti

Launch of our Great Man video

31 Jan

Launch of our Great Man video author: Paul Nolan

As St Patrick’s College celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2018, we felt it was a crucial time to revisit and redefine our mission to “raise fine boys to the status of great men”. We asked ourselves, what is a great man? How do we define greatness? To answer these challenging questions the College embarked upon a deep, 12-month community consult

Headmaster's reflection at EREA apology

31 May

Headmaster's reflection at EREA apology author: John Crowley

Headmaster John Crowley delivered the following speech in Canberra on Thursday, June 1, 2017 as the College's governing body, Edmund Rice Education Australia, delivered a formal apology to victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. This reflection represents another significant step in the College's journey towards reconciliation with victims and

1st XVIII match report - 2015 Herald Sun Shield Fi

9 Aug

1st XVIII match report - 2015 Herald Sun Shield Fi author: Xavier Carey

2015 Herald Sun Shield Grand Final St Patrick’s College 10.12 (72) d Essendon Keilor College 6.7 (43) Goal Kickers: Jackson Carrick 2, Jacob Wheelahan 2, Jacob Hopper 1, Hamish Coulton 1, Daniel Rioli 1, Leigh Spiteri 1, Tanner Blackney-Noter 1, Bailey Veale Best Players: Joel Cowan, Ben Hurley, Jacob Hopper, Ben Simpson, Ben Lusby, Hasker Dawbo