You are enrolled in an Australian school as a full-time school student in grades 7, 8, 9 or 10. You are completing the school’s learning program in your home from a country other than Australia.
You attend classes by logging on to the school’s learning management system. You will be taking the mandatory classes for students in Queensland, Australia.
You will be working with other distance education students. You will be able to share your opinion and what you have learned in class discussions. You will be completing assessment tasks appropriate for the subjects including things like exams, essays, and multimedia projects.
You will have the opportunity to build friendships with students your age and to talk about things that interest you outside of school. We have a vibrant, active and positive school community with lots of opportunities to talk about things like computer games, sports, TV shows, movies, books and much more.
Your workload will be very similar to a student in a private school with a high standard of academics. The difference will be that you will be able to work on your courses at a time of your choosing (we do provide a sample timetable and we highly recommend taking a structured approach to your learning).
When you need help, you will be able to communicate with your teachers primarily through the online messaging system or via the telephone and Skype.
You will have a very clear understanding of what you need to do to succeed in the course. You will receive feedback on your work where appropriate.