Sunshine College is committed to achieving the best possible learning outcomes for all its students.
The college understands that fostering student health and well-being, building resilience, confidence and purpose, connecting students to the college and its community, and developing meaningful pathways are as essential as good curriculum for successful learning outcomes to occur.
7-10 Pathways is a subject area designed around building self-awareness, respectful relationships, self-esteem, working in teams and building an understanding of pathways beyond school.
Career Education at Sunshine College
Year 9 students experience the world of work through connecting with the community and participating in the City Centre Program.
Year 10 students undertake work experience and explore pathways for the future. Students also receive individual course counselling to assist them with their Year 11&12 VCE/VET/VCAL program.
At the Year 11 and 12 level, students continue with individual course counselling regarding their post-school options and are assisted in applying for:
Tertiary (university and TAFE) courses.
Special consideration through the Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS)
Photos: Year 9 Student attends a virtual Morrisby interview (top) and Senior students at the Senior Campus learning how to operate a coffee machine as part of their Pathways subject (bottom).