Senior Study at Good Samaritan Catholic College
The College aims to empower students to reach their potential and become lifelong learners through the
development of independent and creative thinking within a contemporary context. Your aim is to attain the best credentials you can. So, you should choose courses that you are good at, interested in and may use in the future.
When considering which courses to study, explore the content of a course. For example, what are the course outcomes? Will you be required to submit a major work, or perform, as part of your exams? Talk with your teachers about your strengths and weaknesses, as well as individual course requirements, before making your selections.