Education Matters

Why breadth of choice is vital to learning

Posted by Milton Cujes on Jan 27, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Why breadth of choice is vital to learningAt Trinity, we have always held the view that our boys are best served by offering them a wide range of subject choices and academic pathways. We strive to encourage students to discover their own God-given potential, passions and purpose in life. This aim has seen us constantly exploring and refining ways to effectively cater for individual student needs and interests within a realistic cost structure.

Our pioneering work with the International Baccalaureate programme, the introduction of the Primary Years Programme, together with our well-established HSC course offerings – where we offer some 44 different courses, including different levels within each subject – has seen our boys given a range of offerings second to none. At Trinity, we are committed to setting academic standards of the highest order.

In addition to this, we also offer an improved and enhanced Trinity Vocational Academic Course (TVAC), a vocational pathway for Years 11 and 12, which proves most attractive to many of our boys and families. The TVAC allows students to preserve their eligibility for an ATAR, although in Year 12 they can surrender this if they wish.

At Trinity, your son can embark on an academic journey tailored to his individual needs, so we encourage you to get touch to explore these options further.

To learn more about the educational journey offered at Trinity, you can watch a video on ‘A day in the life of a Junior School student’ here. 

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Topics: All boys education, Academic excellence