Naremburn School offers a senior program to students who wish to continue their studies beyond Year 10.
Students wishing to continue their education in the preliminary year (Year 11) must submit an application to be considered.
Only those students who demonstrate dedication and commitment to their studies but feel that mainstream doesn't meet their needs will be considered.
The Naremburn School staff work with students throughout the 2 years to tailor a program that helps them progress into university, TAFE (technical and further education), apprenticeships or the workforce.
As Years 11 and 12 demands a high level of dedication and commitment, it is required that students attend school and complete the assigned work.
As part of the senior program, Naremburn School provides the Year 11 and 12 class with a range of workshops which students must attend and participate in.
Workshops will incorporate a range of topics from first aid, drug and alcohol education, respectful relationships, money matters, life after school, tax, safe partying and citizenship/law.
These workshops are run by agencies such as Relationships Australia, the Australian Tax Office (ATO), Headspace, Kids Youth Development Service (KYDS), Apprenticeships Australia and Catholic Care.
Senior students who are participating in the full academic program receive their academic work from distance education. Students must meet the requirements assigned by distance education to be able to stay in the Naremburn School Year 11 and 12 class.
Students not redeeming ‘N’ Award warning letters in a reasonable timeframe will be exited from distance education.
It is the student's own responsibility to keep up to date with their work and redeem ‘N’ award warning letters.
Students who have enrolled in VET (vocational education and training) courses should be aware that the courses consist of competencies that must be achieved in order to complete the course.
Some competencies include online work and work placement is compulsory.