The Curriculum offered at Loyola Senior High School is broad and expansive. The subject and programs offered at Loyola provide students with educational experiences that foster their interests and develop their talents. Loyola’s curriculum aims to be inclusive and encouraging. Student diversity is welcomed and fostered through the sixty subjects and programs on offer at Loyola.
Students with specific learning needs are supported in a caring environment that places a premium on the development of the whole person. Our curriculum is firmly based on the Ignation Educational Principles as set out in the nine Characteristics of Jesuit Education.
All courses offered by Loyola Senior High School can be included in study programs that lead to the award of the NSW Higher School Certificate. These can include:
- Traditional NSW Board of Studies Courses
- Vocational Education Programs that provide Board of Studies and VTAB recognition
- HSC programs that combine Board of Studies courses and school based apprenticeships and traineeships
- TAFE delivered VET courses
- Australian Catholic University Links courses
- Work and Industry training programs such the innovative Nicholas Owen SJ Program and apprenticeships and traineeships offered through the Loyola Trade Training Centre
- A range of Languages other than English courses such as Filipino and Spanish
Also see: Preliminary and HSC Subject Grids