As students progress from Year 10 into the College years (Year 11 & 12), the experiences offered provide new and exciting challenges, academic growth and self-development. Our aim at Geneva is to provide opportunities to further develop and extend our college students to maximize their strengths and potential to become the young men and women God has created them to be.
These are their independent years of learning, where students take ownership of their study and workload, which can include TASC subjects, VET courses, traineeships and community partnerships. Each student in collaboration with senior staff and parents will develop an Individual Pathway Projection (IPP). This is mapped out to meet the student’s needs and future vocational pathway and adult life.