Community Zone

SLC Pathways & Careers Information

Curriculum & Pathways Information

Year 9: Personal Pathway Plans

Year 9 students complete and submit their Personal Pathway document based on their personal interests and strengths assessment.

Year 10: Bond University Headstart Day

Bond University hosts a "Headstart Day" which is an excellent opportunity for Year 10 students to experience university life. Attendees will hear about how to future-proof their careers, get study tips for their final years of high school, tour Bond’s facilities, hear from current Bondies about which programs may be best for them, and much more. This is a free event for Year 10 students – click here for more information.

Year 11: Opportunities Galore

There are many opportunities for Year 11 students ranging from school-based traineeships, where you can combine a paid job with a Certificate III qualification, to standalone Certificate courses in nursing, business, hospitality, health, fitness, rec studies, construction, electrotechnology and many more!

Year 12: Bond University Test Drive Program

Year 12 students are invited to take Bond's programs for a Test Drive. last year this was held during the school holidays (20 September - 7 October). With more than 100 classes to choose from, across all of Bond's study areas, students can join any class in an area they are passionate about. They will be able to observe what happens in an undergraduate program, and experience university for themselves. They will also have the opportunity to meet with their Domestic Regional Manager to discuss their study options and application process. Find out more about the Test Drive program.

Careers in Defence

There are still a few spots left for the STEM Activities Days

The Navy Open Day, last year it was on Saturday, 12 October, from 10am - 2pm at Miami State High School. This is a day where families will have the chance to find out about all of the exciting roles available in the Navy. More information will be sent out shortly but anyone interested can RSVP for this event.

Email Mrs Joelle McCully in Careers, for more information about any of the activities listed.

Assessment Policy

Our new assessment procedures and policy is now available in the SLC Community Zone, via the Hillcrest Christian College website. 

The policy and procedure provides clear rules for the submission of drafts and assessment. It also explains the rules to apply for special provisions, or access arrangements and reasonable adjustments for Years 9-12, and is compliant with the rules around assessment set out in the QCAA handbook for the Senior Learning Community.


All senior students have a learning account with the QCAA, called ‘My QCE.’ Students login to ‘My QCE’ using their email address and LUI number at this address: I encourage all Years 10 - 12 students to login to their learning accounts and familiarise themselves with their accounts, check their details are correct, and read over the available QCE resources. 

All Year 10, 11 and 12 students will be accessing ‘My QCE’ in the coming weeks to complete the QCAA Academic Integrity course. 

My Path

Parents and students are also reminded to login to ‘MY PATH’ and access the resources about ATAR via the QTAC website, and explore relevant University course prerequisites. Access the QTAC website here.