In Year 10 the curriculum choices expand to meet the broadening interests and capabilities of the students. Increased self-reliance is fostered as students become more mature and independent.

High achieving students are offered advanced study options. This includes the opportunity for Year 10 students to study one Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) subject. It is during the Middle School years that the College begins to focus on and explore the students’ post-college future. Guided by the Managed Individual Pathways Program (MIP’s), students learn to use career development tools. They receive course counselling and subject selection advice tailored to their individual preferences and abilities. In Year 10, the MIP’s Program provides students with further guidance and advice on pathway choices. Students have the opportunity to participate in work experience. This is a critical stage in secondary education and the College focuses on supporting students to choose appropriate pathways through VCE, Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) and beyond in tertiary studies (University/TAFE) or employment.