Elizabeth College in the inner city is a co-educational senior secondary college for Years 11 and 12. We offer a diverse and engaging two-year learning program that will prepare you for university, work, or vocational study after year 12. We also care about your wellbeing and will support you to build resilience when meeting new challenges, so you can flourish at college and beyond.> Contact Us
WHAT WE OFFER
Our supportive environment includes a Home Group program, tutorial sessions, whole college events, and a dedicated team at Student Services who provide counselling and learning support.
We have up-to-date laboratories, theatre, music, sporting, and library facilities, gym and spin room, along with simulated learning environments, including construction spaces, an early years child care centre, commercial kitchens and an operational cafe.
Out values are Respect, Growth and Excellence and you will see them embedded in everything we do.
Meet our caring, dedicated Leadership Team and get in contact if you have a question.
OUR KEY MESSAGES
Research has shown that attending class is one of the most important factors for success at school.
Staff and students at Elizabeth College work together to create a safe environment for everyone.
Celebrating diversity is a key aspect of the Elizabeth College learning environment.
Here's how you can stay in touch and be involved in your child's journey at Elizabeth College.
If you wish to achieve at the highest level in your pre-tertiary subjects, have a strong academic and co-curricular background and an interest in contributing to your community, the Elizabeth College Advanced Academic Diploma program provides a supportive environment to help you grow and excel.
You will choose enrichment activities each term alongside you classes. The activities offered in our Enrichment prorgam are a great way to make new friends and get to know other students and teachers who share similar interests to you.
Develop your chosen sport through our Athlete Development Programs (ADP). Sport specific Athlete Development Programs include futsal, basketball and AFL Women, in addition to our general programs.
MUSICAL & ENSEMBLES
Elizabeth College is widely recognised for producing musicals of a high standard with a strong focus on ensemble. You can also join one of our many vocal, string, flute, brass, wind quintets, stage band, funk, rock and jazz ensembles mentored by highly-respected instrumentalists.
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
This unique partnership with UTAS and businesses offers you the opportunity to enhance your classroom studies through connecting and interacting with the real world of business.
You will have the opportunity to take part in international exchange programs to Japan and China, and sporting and cultural opportunities such as the Mt Gambier Generations in Jazz music tour, the Performing Arts tour, a ski trip to Mount Hotham and diving on the Great Barrier Reef.
QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATES
WHAT IS THE TCE?
Your two year course will enable you to gain your Tasmanian Certificate of Education. You will study a minimum of 600 hours, which usually means four TASC subjects, or a VET Certificate Program and two or three TASC subjects
WHAT IS VET?
VET programs provide skills and knowledge required for today's workplaces through a national training system. VET qualifications are recognised nationally and are developed with industry consultation and for industry-specific skills.
WHAT IS ATAR?
The Australian Tertiary Admission Ranking is used by Australian universities to allocate places to students. TASC will advise eligible students of their TE score and ATAR in late December.
Students who have their own laptops and tablets are required to bring them for use in class and during private study. Our ICT Services staff will assist you to access the college network through Wi-Fi. Microsoft Office 365 is available and free for all students.
Elizabeth College has its own Driver Education car and a learn-to-drive program to help students to obtain their licences. You can obtain your L1 through the College and, with the support of mentors, practice using your car.
The Library is the main research and study hub for students to work independently or collaboratively. Opening hours extend before and after classes.
We welcome children and their families to attend our playgroup sessions, which supports our Community and Children's Services programs.
Develop you leadership skills and represent the student body by joining the Student Leadership Group. The group meets weekly and you can self-nominate if you wish to join.