McAuley College delivers a comprehensive, broad curriculum across all years in a contemporary learning environment. The Australian Curriculum is the source of all planning, assessment and reporting for all learning areas defined by the curriculum.
The curriculum is organised around three phases of learning being Years 7-8, Years 9-10 and Years 11-12. The initial phase provides a broad curriculum in a digitally rich and innovative learning environment. As students move across the phases there will be an opportunity for greater choice in planning each individual student’s learning program.
In the Senior Years, students will be able to engage in a range of learning experiences spanning academic and vocational pathways. The College curriculum will be responsive to the needs of our students and that of our local area, the Scenic Rim, with potential subjects in the areas of Agriculture, Health and Tourism. The College is exploring partnerships with universities and industry to further enhance opportunities for our students.
Committed to the education of the whole person, learning also focuses on our commitment to the social and emotional wellbeing of students through the delivery of a Pastoral Care program and a rich and engaging co-curricular program.