Years 10, 11 and 12
In Year 10 at Indooroopilly, all students study Subjects from the Learning Areas of English and Mathematics.
In addition, students choose from the following subjects:
Applied Studies, Biology, Business Core Studies, Chemistry, Chinese, Chinese Acceleration, Dance, Design, Drama, Economics, Film, Television and New Media, Geography, Certificate I in Furnishing, Physical Education, History, History in Spanish Immersion, Digital Solutions, Legal Studies, Music, Physics, Spanish, Spanish Immersion, Science in Spanish Immersion, Visual Art.
Students who are enrolled in Spanish Immersion study an advanced Spanish course (Spanish Immersion), Science in Spanish Immersion and History in Spanish Immersion.
Students who are enrolled in Chinese Acceleration will study an advanced Chinese course (Chinese Acceleration). Students enrolled in the Mathematics and Engineering Acceleration Course will study Mathematics Methods at a Year 11 level.
In Years 11 and 12, students choose one English course from English, Literature, English as an Additional Language or Dialect and Essential English. Students may also choose both English and Literature, and in Year 12, English & Literature Extension. Students generally select five subjects from a comprehensive range of courses in line with their strengths, interests and future plans. Most students choose a Mathematics course from the subjects General Mathematics, Mathematical Methods and Essential Mathematics. Students who do not choose one of these subjects will be required to complete a foundational Mathematics course in Year 11 Semester 1 for Queensland Certificate of Education purposes.
For comprehensive course information, please refer to the 2020 Senior Curriculum Handbook (Years 10, 11 & 12)
Subject Selection Forms are available to download here:
Our Senior Secondary Curriculum Handbook features profiles from six Indro alumni. Sophie Barton, Shahmir Ali, Adelina Martinez, Nicole Cheng, Tom Robinson and Lauren Krause talked about their subject choices, career pathways, aspirations and habits that led to success. You can read them here or in the handbook.
State’s top achiever for 2018
Indro 2018 graduate Maya Lamont’s Year 12 results place her ahead of more than 51,000 of her peers from education sectors across Queensland.
Maya was announced as Queensland’s Outstanding Academic Achiever when the Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority presented its Queensland Certificate of Education Awards in February 2019.
Maya and the other 2018 QCE Achievement Award winners share their stories in the video below.