Elizabeth College’s Prize Night allowed us to reflect on the outstanding efforts of the 2018 student group. The following students achieved academic results that are among the best in the state. We are excited to see them lead the way in whichever field they choose.
Special Exam Provisions
Each year the Tasmanian Office of Assessment, Standards and Certification (TASC) provides special provisions to a small number of eligible students for their external exams. Eligible students include those with a pre-existing condition in one or more of the following areas:
- Significant Health Impairment (e.g. diabetes, epilepsy, anxiety, depression)
- Significant Physical Disability (e.g. muscle and tissue damage to hand making it difficult to write for extended periods; back pain which makes it difficult to sit for extended periods; dyspraxia)
- Learning Disability (e.g. dyslexia which significantly affects reading and or spelling; illegible and slow hand writing, ADHD, or Autism).
- Hearing Impairment
- Vision Impairment
- Refugee Status
Further information regarding eligibility and evidence requirements can be located from the TASC website: https://www.tasc.tas.gov.au/students/external_assessment/special-provisions/
If you would like to apply for Special Exam Provisions or would like more information please visit Student Services between 8.30am and 1.00pm to book an appointment.
Applications close 5th July 2019
Please note: Fridays are the only sessions with vacancies currently.
Our latest E-Newsletter is now available online:
We look forward to welcoming you to the 2018 Elizabeth College Orientation Day on Wednesday 21 June, 2017. Please read through the Orientation Day Program which includes a program for the day, some general information, and short descriptors for each of the subjects from which you can choose. Please then click on the enrolment link to make your subject selections. Subject selections need to be made by Friday 2 June to guarantee your preferred choices.
Anna Crocker will be available at the Meet the Teacher evening on Thursday 30th March to talk with parents and students about the evidence requirements for Special Exam Consideration for Level 3 and 4 students with a Disability (Medical, Physical, Learning, Psychological, Hearing, Vision impairment).
We’re celebrating the rich cultural diversity of our students and staff at EC next Wednesday 22 March with food, music and games in the spirit of cultural exchange. Dress code: Orange.
Happy Harmony Day, everyone!
Research has shown that attending class is one of the most important factors for finding success at school. At Elizabeth College this year attendance is our priority. Watch our new video!
Students who have completed or will complete a business subject during Year 11 and/or Year 12 are welcome to join the Elizabeth College School of Business. See below for the information sheet – more details will be provided in your class. Interested students are to sign up at the enrichment enrolment session on Wednesday 15 February, and applications are to be given to the Main Office or directly to Susan Oakden by Friday 17 February.
School of Business 2017
Sign-ups for the Term 1 Enrichment Program will happen in the Gym on the 15th of February during home group time. Click the link below for more information:
Enrichment 2017 Term 1