The Secondary School at Victory caters for students in Years 7-12. Our Foundation – Year 12 structure allows continuing Year 6 students a seamless transition into Year 7, whilst at the same time catering for a cohort of new students to join our welcoming and vibrant campus. Pastoral Care and strong relationships are the core component of happy and engaged learners, and our vertically structured Caregroup program allows groups of Years 7 - 12 students a consistent, predictable and nurturing beginning to each day.
Our Year 7 and 8 students enjoy a curriculum built on strong foundations of the core subject areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Health & PE and Christian Studies, whilst engaging in broad new experiences in areas such as STEM, The Arts, Timber, Food and Design Technologies.
In Year 9, students begin making elective subject choices as they start to consider their future pathways and directions. An emphasis on lifelong skills such as teamwork, empathy, communication, conflict resolution and tolerance forms a large part of the educational year through The Rite Journey program.
To ensure adequate coverage of key learning areas, the College prescribes core study of English, VCE Mathematics, Science, History, Health & Physical Education and a Religious Education study at Year 10 level. This policy of maintaining such a significant core curriculum at Victory has arisen from our belief that all students should be exposed to the major fields of human study and knowledge. All Year 10 students begin their VCE at this time by studying either General Mathematics or Mathematical Methods, and some students accelerate further by studying a school-based VET certificate or additional VCE subject.
In Years 11 and 12, holistic development of our students is achieved through the College’s diverse academic, sporting, pastoral care and leadership programs and opportunities. Our experienced staff work hard to encourage each Victory student to develop their skills and abilities to: think critically, creatively and analytically; make informed decisions; develop their own identity; build relationships; communicate effectively and become lifelong and global learners. Our students are also encouraged to think of others and to make the most of the opportunities to contribute to the wider community. A broad range of VCE and VET courses are available to cater for post-school pathways.