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Australian Government review of school funding

Australian Government review of school funding

Schools across Australia are set for change as a result of the current Review of Funding for Schooling, the first comprehensive review that the nation has undergone since 1973.
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University entrance

University entrance

You should start discussing tertiary options with your child when they are in Year 9 or 10, before they have to select subjects for their HSC, QCE or VCE.

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General education in Victoria

General education in Victoria

Almost all schools use Years 7 to 10 to give their students a solid grounding in the most important areas of learning and a chance to find out what they like and are good at before they specialise.
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Alternatives to university

Alternatives to university

Not all school leavers go on to university-level courses. Entry to apprenticeships, or certificate-level courses in a multitude of fields, from apparel manufacture to secretarial studies, does not require an ATAR.
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Attaining a scholarship

Attaining a scholarship

While most scholarships are open to all students, the most likely recipients are generally students who demonstrate outstanding academic merit or financial need.
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Start Here

Start Here

You can get an overall picture of any school by reading its profile. Each school's profile includes details of its main characteristics.
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School fees

School fees

Parents of high school children in non-government schools are always asked to pay fees and often to contribute to building or development funds.
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Best way to choose a school

Best way to choose a school

Without a doubt, the best way to start the search is to give some thought to your child?s potential to succeed at different things and in different environments.
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Special interest schools

Special interest schools

There are a number of schools that focus on special areas of the curriculum, or on developing children?s unique talents.
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