2021 VSC Year 10 Subject Description Book

2020 Subject Selection Q&A -Video

Subject Video Presentations

Advance Duke of Edinburgh
Advanced English
Biology
Chemistry
Commerce
Computing – Multimedia
Computing – Programming
Design and Technology
Drama
English Language
Environmental Science
Extension Mathematics
Food Studies
General Mathematics
Geography
Health
History – Ancient
History – Fighting for Freedom
Languages
Leisure Education – Active for Life
Literature
Mathematical Methods
Music
Music – Discovery & Enhancement
Philosophy
Physics
Politics and Economics
Psychology
Skill and Sport Development
Sport Science and Leadership
Studio Arts
Training to Improve
Visual Communication and Design

VET 

VET Vocational Education & Training:
Web Preferences Instructional Guide Year 9 into 10

Subject Expo Yr9 into Yr10 2019

Victorian Tertiary Entrance Requirements 2022

The VTAC Year 11 and 12 Guide helps students research tertiary courses and leads Year 12 students through the application process. All Victorian schools are sent one copy for each Year 11 and Year 12 student.

VTAC Year 11 and 12 Guide

How to use Course Search CourseSearch lists over 1,700 courses offered by VTAC. It’s a powerful search tool and contains essential information needed during the application process. CourseSearch is available on the VTAC website (vtac.edu.au/ coursesearch) or the VTAC App.

2019 10 into 11 VTAC Guide

The VTAC Year 10 Guide provides a snapshot of the tertiary system for year 10 students, explains the terms they need to be familiar with and debunks some of the myths commonly associated with choosing subjects by using real life examples.

Where to Now?  is a guide for students about the options available for the last two years of secondary school, with information about the VCE and VCE VET studies, the VCAL and school-based apprenticeships and traineeships.The publication also features first-hand accounts from students who undertook senior secondary schooling in 2016.

Year 10 Camp: Central Australia

Students have the option to attend a 12-day trip through the middle of Australia at the end of Term 3 and into the Term 3 holidays. Starting at school, students travel express by bus to Uluru where they set up camp for a couple of nights and enjoy the wonders of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. From here we travel to Kings Canyon, Alice Springs, Daly Waters, Katherine, Kakadu National Park and Darwin – from where we fly home. Students engage with, and learn about, Australia’s diverse environment and culture throughout the 12 days.

Central Australia Camp

Pathways and Careers Website