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Individual Learning Pathways

Geelong High School delivers its curriculum in a unique way; through the Individual Learning Pathways Program (ILP). In the ILP a variety of semester length units are offered from each of the following Key Learning Areas: 
  • The Arts:
    • Performing Arts
    • Visual Arts
  • English
  • Health, Physical Education and Sport
  • Humanities
  • Languages: Japanese and German
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Information
 
Technology and Materials technology Units range in levels from A-D, Level A being the equivalent of Year 9 working up to Level D which provides extension at Year 10. Students select units based on their interests and abilities and a specific program is tailored for them accordingly.
Classes are organised vertically, and as such generally include a mixture of students from different year levels.
This is complemented by a mixed year-level Home Group, which meets for two periods a week providing the opportunity for pastoral care, private study and a range of other activities aimed at building relationships, House affiliation and School connectedness.

The ILP stands for the following:

Individual  students select programs based on their interests and abilities  
Learning the prime aim is to engage students in their learning and enhance their learning potential
Pathways students plan years 9 and 10 to meet their VCE and post school aspirations

Students complete a set number of units over the two years of the ILP, thus ensuring they maintain a balanced program. Students study 6 units a semester; 24 units over three years.

All curriculum is based on the Australian Curriculum standards (ausVELS) and meets the requirements of Geelong High School’s goals and priorities.

For further information contact:
Carmel Cranage
Curriculum Coordinator

Phone: 5225 4100 or 5222 6719
Email: geelong.hs@edumail.vic.gov.au

2015 Course Handbook 9 - 12

2014 Course Handbook 9 - 12

Camps Program
Cyber Safety
Debating and Public Speaking
Exchange Programs
Individual Learning Pathway
Later Years
Pathways
Performing Arts
Sport
Sustainability
Year 7
Visual Arts
Visual Arts


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Telephone: (03) 5225 4100
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