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Everton Park State High School aims to provide a curriculum to Create Bright Futures for all students. Junior Secondary School students study the Australian National Curriculum in English, Mathematics, History, and Science and QCAR programs in The Arts, STEAM, Health and Physical Education and Technology.

Our Year 10 curriculum is again underpinned by the Australian National Curriculum and QCAR with students also commencing a three year course of Everton Park State High School Leadership and Futures (ELF) Program which includes Certificate II in Workplace Practices. Year 10 commences the senior phase of learning and students are guided towards career pathways through a rigorous Senior Education and Training (SET) Planning process in addition to completing an Information, Digital Media and Technology (IDMT) Certificate.

The Senior Curriculum is diverse to meet the needs of students preparing for University study, TAFE programs or the world of work. Each student’s pathway is highly valued and our links with the business and tertiary learning community ensures that all students study real life learning.

Our links with local primary schools have established a Schools for the Future Alliance which ensures a seamless transition for primary school students who enrol at our school. Teachers from Everton Park State High School and the primary schools also share a common teaching and learning program and work together to offer programs to extend and support the diverse learning needs of all students.