Our Junior High School caters for Students in Years 7-9 and much emphasis is placed on ensuring students receive a great range of academic experiences in English, Mathematics, Science, History and Social Sciences, Health, Physical Education, Outdoor Education Arts, Technology, STEAM and Languages.
Highly passionate teachers deliver curriculum content in line with the Western Australian Curriculum. All students are given access to this curriculum via teaching pedagogy that is not only academically rigorous, but pitches to the learning styles and needs of individual students.
Some academic streaming occurs in Year 9 and 10 so that students are appropriately prepared for their chosen course in Senior High School. Year 9 and 10 students have two afternoons every week to experience elective subjects, catering for their interests and strengths.
Our range of Electives has broadened to make great use of our amazing new Performing Arts Centre with Drama, Dance, Music and Media/Photography along with our Outdoor Education Area, which features a campsite and soon a high ropes course where the students will have many opportunities to be extended and to learn new life skills.
Senior High School at Foundation Christian College builds on from Junior High School where learning is consolidated and so creating a more independent learning environment.
Students in Senior High are offered a wide variety of pathways in a high-quality academic programme to cater for all learning capabilities. Our goal is that every student can have the best opportunity to reach their full potential and be successful in life.
We offer a variety of courses in ATAR, General and V.E.T. that will enable students to be competitive in gaining University or TAFE entry. Students who are looking to enter the workforce after completing Year 12 will be well prepared to find employment.
Students completing their senior schooling at Foundation Christian College continue in an environment of support, care and resourcing to allow them to move onto University entry, TAFE entry or workplace transition.
In their own specialised Senior High School Centre, they can work to a flexible timetable strengthening their skills in independent learning. Senior School studies allow students to work and graduate in compliance with the courses of study to achieve a Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).