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Senior Campus 7-12

Senior Campus

The Senior Campus is sited on the original site that was purchased by Br. Ambrose Treacy in Adelaide in 1876. The old Brothers House was opened in 1878 and is an iconic building in Adelaide with its unique architectural design coming with the Christian Brothers when they arrived from Drogehda, Ireland. The Senior Campus caters for over 790 students between Years 7 -12.

Care of individual students is given a high priority at the Senior Campus. Students are divided into six Houses, with an integral aspect of the House system being Tutor groups. On entry to Year 7, each student is assigned a tutor who oversees not only the academic progress of that student throughout his secondary education, but also his well-being and sense of belonging.

The Senior Campus offers students a diverse range of subjects and pathways towards their South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) and post schooling options. The college has effective community partnerships with universities, TAFE, local employers and external agencies, offering a large variety of VET options for students within our curriculum. The diversity of our curriculum offerings and partnerships allow our students to develop strong academic skills, broad analytical thinking abilities and the confidence to operate in a rapidly changing global environment.

For curriculum information see here.

Broad opportunities exist at the Senior Campus for the education of the whole person, which is central to Edmund Rice Education. These opportunities include:
•    Social Action Group
•    Brain Bee Competition
•    Immersion experiences in Vietnam and the Philippines
•    Inter-school House activities
•    Retreats and Reflection Days
•    Duke of Edinburgh Awards
•    Drama productions
•    Musical concerts and recitals
•    Building the Bridge Program

These diverse activities available to students across Years 7-12 complement the extensive and enriching curricular and co-curricular programs. Technology is very prominent in the broad and stimulating curriculum, and students use their personal laptop computer in class and for academic work beyond the classroom in Years 7-12.

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