Health Education is a subject that would interest students who are concerned about social justice issues and who have a strong commitment to community. Students considering careers in health-related fields including health policy development, health and safety laws and regulations, health advocacy, health information management, counselling, social work, medicine and nursing would find this subject beneficial.
On the 23rd of July, a small group of high schoolers, in year 10, 11 and 12, boarded the train to head to the Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point. The Big Day In was hosted at QUT and our lovely IT teachers had managed to save us a spot. The day consisted of a variety of lectures from some major companies that incorporated IT into their businesses.
Wednesday 15 July the Secondary school celebrated the academic achievements of 50 of our students. 43 students earned a Merit certificate and 7 students earned a Distinction certificate. To be awarded a Merit those students averaged a B or B+ across their subjects and to be awarded a Distinction students averaged an A- or higher across their subjects.