At Swan Christian College, we recognise that every child is unique. So why should their path to education be the same? We are helping our students find their strengths in a school environment that is supportive of each student’s individual growth.
Learning in Junior School: Kindergarten - Year 6
Contained fully within the grounds of Swan Christian College, classes for our Kindergarten - Year 6 students are grouped in learning clusters with access to specialist facilities not usually available to primary aged children. With a comprehensive support network, students enjoy an opportunity to thrive and learn through a program that recognises their individual needs and learning styles.
It is the aim of the Junior School to establish firm educational, spiritual and emotional foundations, empowering all students to become adventurous lifelong learners.
Year 7 - 9
Students in Years 7-9 experience a learning environment that is positively challenging, engaging and rewarding. Teaching in our Year 7-9 recognises that early adolescence is a unique time of development during which we aim to grow young people in knowledge and wisdom.
We place a strong focus on relationships during these Middle years, nurturing a sense of identity, affirmation and belonging among our students.
Pathways in Senior School: Year 10 - Year 12
Learning in Year 10 focuses on giving students the opportunity to get to know themselves, to get a first idea of the kind of career pathways available to them and to try out some pathways through work experience. From there, students can branch out in Years 11 and 12, finding support all along the way of their individual learning journey.
Swan Christian College offers multiple Year 11-12 pathways including General courses, academic ATAR courses, vocational Certificate courses (including the Certificate III in Hospitality) and trade courses at the Swan Trade Training Centre.
Students who would like to specialise before their final Senior years may be interested in our Sports Specialist Courses in AFL, Basketball and Netball in Years 9 and 10.
Sports Specialist Courses: AFL, Netball and Basketball
In these Sports Specialist courses, students are taught by qualified specialist coaches in their chosen sport. Students will enhance their understanding of game style, decision making and game analysis, and participate in competitions and interstate trips.
The courses endeavour to help students build resilience, establish critical thinking patterns, take risks and also develop skills to build positive, respectful relationships through the medium of their chosen sport.