As a senior secondary student at Keebra Park, you will be encouraged to develop your individual talents towards the future career best suited to you.
Graduates from Keebra Park excel in many fields, following academic, vocational and sporting pathways.
You will be able to achieve success; in gaining a QCE, attaining vocational qualifications and qualifying for an ATAR if you are aiming for tertiary study.
Keebra Park senior secondary offers:
The Senior Curriculum
Subjects Studied in Year 11 and 12 are monitored by the QCAA (Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority). All subjects offered at the school must be registered with the QCAA.
New Senior Assessment
QTAC will administer a new tertiary entrance system based on a single rank for school leavers, known as the Australian Tertiary Admission rank. The ATAR will replace the Overall Position (OP).
The new senior assessment and tertiary entrance systems in Queensland will start for students entering Year 11 in 2019.
Information about the changes for Year 8 and Year 9 students, and their parents, is available on the links below.
New Senior Assessment and tertiary entrance system in Queensland - a guide for parents
Introducing new senior assessment and tertiary entrance systems in Queensland - popular questions
New Senior Assessment and tertiary entrance system inQueensland - a guide for Year 8 and 9 students
Senior Subject Selection
Students in year 10 are required to select the subjects that wish to study during Years 11 and 12. This process involves completing a Senior Education and Training Plan that outlines their future career goals and study plans. Students attend a subject selection evening and completing a subject preference sheet according to the subject lines available.
An interview process with parents is conducted to ensure students are making the best possible choices for their future career options.