Senior schooling at Lakeside College provides a springboard into life beyond school. Build on continued pastoral care and student wellbeing programs, learning in the Senior School seeks to be relevant, meaningful and powerful. Curriculum is delivered in modes which suits individual learners and supports increasing independence of young adults. It seeks to further build the capabilities of the Lakeside Learner Profile which run throughout the College.
Through the VCE, our students can access a wide range of curriculum choices and pathways. Subjects and pathways not offered on campus are made available to students through exciting partnerships with Distance Learning, Vocational Education and Training (VET), School Based Apprenticeships and our partnership with Federation University.
Our learning environment and structures are flexible, students from Year 10 are able to access Unit 1 and 2 courses should it fit their study design and future pathways.
We encourage all our students to make informed choices in selecting the best pathway to maximise their career opportunities in later life. With this in mind, the College provides courses which open possibilities for students to proceed directly to their chosen destination, be this University, further training, apprenticeship or the workforce.
Students are supported by our Careers Office who provide students with the latest information that will help students make decisions about their future career and life beyond school.