The Australian secondary education comprises a 5-year or 6-year curriculum, i.e. Year 7-12 in Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania; and Year 8-12 in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, and Northern Territory. Schools in Australia can be classified into two broad categories namely Government or Private schools, with some being Private Boarding schools. Students can choose local Year 11-12 school curriculum or International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma to gain university entry qualifications. In addition, students can choose vocational education programs offered by various institutions.

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Hale School
A spacious 48-hectare campus with modern facilities including Music and Drama Center. Providing student support...
Perth College, Anglican School for Girls
Positive Education programme – a globally recognised self-leadership programme for girls; challenging outdoor...
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Presbyterian Ladies' College Perth
IB, WACE (ATAR and General); VET courses offered at Year 11 and 12 State of the art Senior School Building State of... (12)
St Mary's Anglican Girls’ School
Spacious 40 acre campus, a five minute walk to the beach; 'St Mary's by the Sea' excellence in marine science...