At Good Shepherd Christian School the year 11-12 education program is designed to prepare and equip students for life after school. We aim to provide all students with an in-depth understanding of the world around them to ensure they graduate as well-educated, independent young adults, ready for life in the world and eternity. These two years are essential for each student to develop as a unique person of worth, to choose appropriate academic and career pathways, and graduate as a person of integrity to impact the world for Christ.
The focus in Senior School is on leadership. Students learn to apply the principles and skills of leadership to their own study and lives. Many opportunities are provided for them to develop and demonstrate their servant-leadership qualities in the school and local community.
The Senior School curriculum allows students to follow academic pathways leading to both the award of an ATAR, and vocational pathways which lead to School Based Apprenticeships and Trainee ships, work experience or employment. All subjects offered in Years 11 and 12 can contribute to the achievement of a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).