Secondary College

Years 7 & 8

Year 7 Students

Program Overview

Year 7: Program Overview At Noosa Christian College, Year 7 has been part of High School since 2011. Our program features dedicated Year 7 teachers, who will assist your child with the transition into Secondary College. We believe that Year 7 students continue to need much of the support structures that a Primary school classroom provides. This is why we have purpose-built systems and structures in our Year 7 program to ensure your child does not get lost in the ‘big school’ environment.



Year 7 students at NCC enjoy the following benefits:

  • Students have a dedicated Year 7 teacher for some of the key areas of learning and students do not need to change classrooms as often as the higher grades do.
  • Students are introduced to specialist area subjects and teachers in their first year of High School. This allows students to have quality teaching and learning experiences, while getting a taste of a broad range of subject areas.
  • Year 7 students are provided with their own locker, intentionally located right outside their classroom to assist them in becoming familiar with the routine of using a locker.
  • Every student is provided with a laptop that is fully equipped and resourced with all required software; accidental insurance and accidental damage protection; access to College controlled and filtered internet and also printing services.

Students are placed in a ‘subject rotation’ system in Year 7 which allows every student to experience all areas of the curriculum. Practically, it means that your child studies specialist subject areas in the first 6 months (Semester 1), and then studies other specialist areas in the second 6 months (Semester 2).

Year 7 students also participate in the full High School sport program which includes ‘Surf Lifesaving Skills’ (Term 1) and elective recreational sports (Terms 2, 3 & 4).

Year 8 Students

Program Overview

Year 8: Program Overview

Year 8 students attend their core subject classes in the more traditional High School format, that is, with a variety of teachers across subject areas and in different classrooms according to the subject of study.

The College’s curriculum for the Core subject areas of Maths , English , Science and Humanities  for years 7-10 are based on the Australian Curriculum which was rolled out in 2012 under the joint supervision of Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA), and Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ). Other subject areas follow the Education Queensland Curriculum.


Year 7 & 8 Subjects:

  • Biblical Studies
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • History
  • Digital Technology *
  • Drama *
  • Music *
  • Design & Technology **
  • Food & Textile Technology **
  • Economics & Business *
  • Agricultural Studies
  • Geography
  • Health & Physical Education (HPE)
  • Sport
  • Visual Art *
  • Language (Japanese) **
  • Year 8 - Heart of Service
  • Year 7/8 - TRIBE/HOS (Heart of Service) Program: Supporting smooth transitions from Primary to Secondary and childhood to teenage years. Recognising there are fundamental physical, cognitive, social and emotional shifts at these times, and that our learners may require specific skilling to enable them to function effectively.

* 1 term of the subject
** 6 months of the subject

If you would like to know more about our College for Secondary students, please contact our office for an enrolment pack or a campus tour with our College Principal. Phone 07 5447 7808.

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The College is a co-educational day school currently catering for students in Kindergarten to Year 12. The College is open to students regardless of their religious affiliation, ethnic background, gender or national origin.

Noosa Christian College acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land on which we gather and we pay our respect to local Indigenous Elders and leaders past, present and emerging, and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.