Subject Selection

Year 9 (15 years of age) students will become part of our Middle School cohort. We strongly advise students commencing in Year 9 to choose subjects they are currently studying at their existing school.

Year 10, 11 & 12 (16-18 years of age) students will become part of our Senior School cohort. Students can commence in both Years 10 and 11, however cannot enrol into Year 12 (unless transferring directly from another school in Australia) as it is a two year course, of which the Preliminary Course, Year 11, must be completed in order to progress to Year 12.

Please click here for more information regarding Year 9 & 10 subjects.

Please click here for more information and subject options for Year 11 & 12.

Students must complete all assessment tasks and examinations in order to progress in their studies. If they do not meet the course requirements, the College must report them to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, and their visa could be cancelled.  

Course Duration

Years 9 & 10 are included within the Junior Secondary School Course (Year7-10) and comprises of 104 weeks in total.

Year 11 & 12 are included within the Senior Secondary School Course and comprises of 104 weeks of study.  

Sport & Co-Curricular

Sport plays a fundamental role in the College in producing balanced and well-rounded young men who appreciate hard work and training, commitment to a team, sportsmanship and dedication to fair play. College sports include basketball, football, rugby, and boxing, etc.

Cultural pursuits in music, art, design, drama, chess and debating are a vital part of College life at St Augustine's and provide opportunities for our boys to pursue their creative talents as well as adding to community experiences within the school.

Please visit the Sport and Co-Curricular pages for more information.

Attendance Expectations

The College requires 100% attendance from our students.  In order to obey their visa conditions, students must maintain a minimum of 80% attendance.

If a student is ill, they must contact the school to notify their absence and provide a Doctors Certificate upon their return.