Suzanne Cory High School is a new way to learn.
Suzanne Cory provides highly able students Years 9 to 12 with an individually tailored and challenging educational experience, leading to outstanding outcomes and pathways into tertiary education.
As a government Selective Entry School, the educational focus of the school is to provide a challenging and rigorous curriculum for students who are intellectually and creatively gifted, delivered in conjunction with a rich co-curricular program designed to extend their learning.
The comprehensive curriculum and teaching and learning model practised within the school is based on internationally recognised best practice research on high levels of student learning achievement. Unlike a SEAL Academy accredited or independently “streamed” accelerated learning program, Suzanne Cory’s curriculum is delivered to all students, and is endorsed by the Victorian Department of Education and Training.
Learn more about the curriculum of each year level at Suzanne Cory below.
The Year 9 curriculum forms the foundation of learning at Suzanne Cory High School, combining essential study skills with transitional programs designed to adjust students to the school’s challenging and stimulating learning approach. Students also develop vital social and interpersonal skills through involvement with school camps, House activities, and the robust co-curricular program.
The middle-school years are a time for students to experience a wide range of subjects and to further develop their foundational study habits. Suzanne Cory provides students with the opportunity to broaden their academic and creative horizons, developing not only their knowledge and skill base through a range of electives, but fostering an interest and passion for lifelong learning.
The Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) is an accreditation that recognises the successful completion of a student’s secondary education. VCE study at Suzanne Cory spans Year 11 and Year 12, with opportunities for high-achieving students to accelerate their studies at junior year levels. Students may also contribute to the school through positions of student leadership and responsibility.