WHAT IS THE VCE?
The VCE is the certificate received by most students who satisfactorily complete secondary education. The VCE aims to provide pathways to University, TAFE (Technical and Further Education) and employment.
For further information on options within the VCE, course structure and assessment see the VCAA website.
VCE SUBJECTS OFFERED AT KILLESTER COLLEGE
Killester College offers a range of subjects including VET. A full list of these is available in the college’s Student Handbook. Here you will find detailed statements of subjects offered, course outlines, student advice as well as policies on assessment, attendance and satisfactory completion of work.
The handbook is updated annually.
ADMINISTRATION OF THE VCE
SAC (School Assessed Coursework) CALENDAR
Each year a calendar of SAC dates is published. This is of particular importance to any student undertaking a Year 12 subject at Killester College.
SUPPLEMENTARY MEDICAL FORM
When a student is absent from a SAC (Year 12) or Outcome (Year 11) they must present a medical certificate to verify the absence. Students absent from a SAC must also present a Supplementary Medical Form which is to be completed by an authorised Medical Practitioner. This form along with the medical certificate is to be presented to the student’s homeroom teacher immediately upon return to school.
Each year the Senior Pathways team provides information to students and parents via a number of briefings. The dates for these briefings are published on the college calendar and the presentations offered at these briefings are:
Year 10 into 11 student briefing:
Year 10 Pathways evening:
Year 11 into 12 Information
VCE/VCAL handbook can be downloaded below:
VTAC Application Information
- CourseWork/Assessment Information
See VCE/VCAL Handbook and VCAA website.
Students are also given specific information by their subject teachers at the start of each unit and prior to any assessments.
VCAA website to find all information about courses and assessment.