Coffs Harbour Senior College caters for students in Years 11 and 12, including 19 Aboriginal students, who are pursuing the award of the Higher School Certificate and is known as a centre of excellence in its delivery of senior courses. It is a unique educational environment in NSW and shares facilities and resources with TAFE NSW and Southern Cross University on the site known as Coffs Harbour Education Campus. Total enrolment is approximately 500 students. Students and staff work in an adult–style learning environment that aids preparation for the wider world. Strong academic and vocational programs are supported by an extensive support network and a mentoring program. There is a strong record of academic achievement. The curriculum offerings are extensive with most HSC extension options being available. Students are able to be deeply involved in a range of extra–curricular activities including sport, competitions, the creative and performing arts, as well as the opportunity to be part of the Student Leadership Group. Staff are dedicated and committed to pursuing excellence and the best possible outcomes for their students.
Please refer to the college website for further information and to access the School Plan and the Annual School Report: www.seniorcollege.com.au.