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Year 12 students study six year-long courses (see individual course details and Course Planning Chart).  There are no compulsory courses, however, English and Mathematics are strongly recommended.

Students have the option of studying five courses. In such cases, students will be placed in the Independent Learning Project (ILP001) course, in addition to their five courses, so that they can be mentored and have their progress monitored.

Prior to selecting courses online, students should consider discussing their possible options with this year’s teachers as well as attend the Course Selection afternoon. 

Note: It is important to check recommendations and associated fees for all courses in the course descriptions.


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Arts - 8 courses have been found

Advanced Music - MUA001

2021 - 2022
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Contemporary Music Performance - MUP001

2021 - 2022
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Drama - DRA201

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Māori Performing Arts - MPA001

2021 - 2022
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Photography & Graphic Design - PGD201

2021 - 2022
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Practical Art - PAR201

2021 - 2022
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Set Design and Construction for Major Musical Production - SDC001

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Technical Art - ART201

2021 - 2022
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Careers & Pathways - 5 courses have been found

Dual Enrolment Programme - DEP203

2021 - 2022
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Early Childcare Education - ECE203

2021 - 2022
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Employment Skills - ESK203

2021 - 2022
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Individual Learning Programme - ILP001

2021 - 2022
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Maths For Life - MFL001

2021 - 2022
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English - 9 courses have been found

English - ENG201

2021 - 2022
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English - Writing - ENW201

2021 - 2022
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (Intermediate and Upper Intermediate Levels) - ESL001

2021 - 2022
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Heroes and Villains: Hyper Reality in Comics and Beyond - ENH201

2021 - 2022
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Representations of Women in Literature - ENR001

2021 - 2022
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Sport in English - ENS201

2021 - 2022
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Supported English - ENG202

2021 - 2022
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UE Literacy English - ENU001

2022
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Where Knowledge Meets Scholarship - ENS001

2022
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Languages - 5 courses have been found

Chinese - CHI201

2021 - 2022
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French - FRE201

2021 - 2022
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German - GER201

2022
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Japanese - JPE201

2021 - 2022
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Te Reo Māori - MAO201

2021 - 2022
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Learning Support - 1 courses have been found

Work and Community Skills - WCS001

2022
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Mathematics and Statistics - 3 courses have been found

Statistics - MSM201

2021 - 2022
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Calculus - MAC201

2021 - 2022
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Mathematics - MAT201

2021 - 2022
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Physical Education & Health - 5 courses have been found

Health Education - HED201

2021 - 2022
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Outdoor Education - OED203

2022
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Physical Education - PED201

2021 - 2022
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Physical Education & Recreation - PER202

2021 - 2022
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Sports Leadership - SPL201

2021 - 2022
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Science - 6 courses have been found

Agricultural and Horticultural Science - AHS201

2022
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Biology - BIO201

2021 - 2022
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Biology - Applied - BIA201

2021 - 2022
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Chemistry - CHE201

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Physics - PHY201

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Science - SCI201

2021 - 2022
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Social Sciences / Media / Commerce - 11 courses have been found

Accounting - ACC201

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Agribusiness - ABU201

2021 - 2022
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Business Studies - BUS201

2021 - 2022
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Classical Studies - CLS201

2021 - 2022
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Economics - ECO201

2021 - 2022
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Geography - GEO201

2021 - 2022
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History - HIS201

2021 - 2022
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Media Production - MEP201

2022
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Psychology - PSY201

2021 - 2022
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Social Studies - SOS201

2021 - 2022
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Tourism - TOU202

2022
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Technology - 10 courses have been found

Design & Visual Communication - DVC201

2022
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Digital Technologies (Applications) - DTA203

2021 - 2022
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Digital Technologies (Multimedia) - DTM201

2021 - 2022
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Digital Technologies (Programming and Computer Science) - DTP201

2021 - 2022
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Food & Nutrition Technology - FNT201

2021 - 2022
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Food and Beverage - FNB203

2021 - 2022
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Hospitality - HOS203

2021 - 2022
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Materials Technology (Engineering) - MTE203

2021 - 2022
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Materials Technology (Resistant Materials) - MTR203

2021 - 2022
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Materials Technology (Textile Based) - MTT201

2021 - 2022
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In Year 9 students start the first year of their two year junior programme. Year 9 consists of two semesters (half year-long) with a combination of compulsory courses and option courses chosen by the students. 

In Year 9 students will take 12 semester (half-year) courses that include:

a) Compulsory Courses - 2 semesters of Health & PE, Mathematics, Science, and one Semester of English and Social Studies. (the reverse happens in Year 10, the second year of the junior programme).

b) Option Courses - Four semesters of option courses (note: students choose 5 option courses in Year 10, the second year of the junior programme).

Year 10 students study five compulsory courses (English, Mathematics, Health & Physical Education, Science and Social Sciences) and six semester (half year) options (see individual course details).  You can choose to do one semester course from a subject area eg: Drama - Part 1 or take two semester courses from a subject area, which is equivalent to a whole year course eg: Drama Part - 1 and Drama - Part 2.  Pathways for all course at all levels are summarised on the Course Planning Chart.

A few Year 10 semester two courses require you to complete semester one first, before doing semester two.

Students won't be gaining Level 1 NCEA in Year 11.  There will be up to one internal NCEA assessment per semester course, giving students the opportunity to gain approximately 45 credits but not the 80 needed for Level 1 NCEA.  Some assessments maybe at Level 2 NCEA.  These internal assessments will expose students to the way different subject areas assess NCEA in preparation for Year 12 and the completion of Level 2 NCEA.

Year 12 students study six year-long courses (see individual course details and Course Planning Chart).  There are no compulsory courses, however, English and Mathematics are strongly recommended.

Students have the option of studying five courses. In such cases, students will be placed in the Independent Learning Project (ILP001) course, in addition to their five courses, so that they can be mentored and have their progress monitored.

 

Year 13 students study five year-long courses (see individual course details and Course Planning Chart) and have an Independent Study (IST).  A sixth course can be selected in place of IST.  Students have the option of studying four courses.  In such cases, students will be placed in the Independent Learning Project (ILP001) course, in addition to their four courses, so that they can be mentored and have their progress monitored.

For students that are intending to gain University Entrance it is strongly recommended that they select at least four University Entrance approved courses.  Refer to individual course details to check if a course is a University Entrance approved subject

Year 13 (IST) is independent, unsupervised learning that can take place at school or at home.  Students are responsible for managing their work during this time. 

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