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Senior School- Year 12
Senior School- Year 12

Senior School- Year 12

  • ID:WSC610006
  • Level:Grade 12
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* Arrival Support Fee, Accommodation Placement Fee, School Transfer Fee, Administration Fee, Homestay Fee

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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirement

Students must have achieved at least 60% on average in each core academic subject over the past two years. 

English Requirement

It is a requirement that secondary school students have a certain level of English language skills prior to commencing their course of study.

To meet the minimum English language requirements for secondary school students, a student must provide documented evidence that the student has:

• been taught at a school for at least 2 years where English is the primary language of instruction; or

• achieved:

» a general IELTS test score of at least 5.5 for Year 10 entry; or

» a general IELTS test score of at least 6.0 for Year 11 entry; or

» an AEAS score of 66 or higher; or » an internet-based TOEFL score of at least 69; or

» an EIKEN score of Grade 3 or higher for Year 10 entry; or

» an EIKEN score of Grade Pre-2 or higher for Year 11 entry.

If the above requirements cannot be met, then before commencing in a Victorian government school, the student must:

• undertake additional English language studies in a Victorian government school as part of their course, if available; or

• successfully complete an English language course in Victoria at a private provider

Other Requirement

Less than 20 years


Course Information



Students in Year 12 will study at least one subject from the English group at Units 3 & 4 and four other subjects. This means that in the 6 block timetable each student will have a spare block for supervised private study. Students are not permitted to study fewer than 4 studies at Wellington Secondary College in each academic year.

Students planning to select a subject at Unit 3 & 4 level that they did not study at Unit 1 & 2 level are advised to seek advice from the Careers staff. Some subjects require completion of Units 1 & 2 as a prerequisite for Units 3 & 4. Studies which may be suitable to commence at Unit 3 & 4 level include:

• Biology

• Legal Studies

• Business Management 

• Media

• English

• Philosophy

• English Literature

• P.E.

• Food Studies

• Product Design & Technology

• Health and Human Development

• Psychology

• History (both Ancient History & History Revolutions)

• Theatre Studies

• Applied Computing 

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