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VCE Pathways

Haileybury Pangea offers over 20 VCE subjects which can be studied as part of the full-time or part-time program. If you are a Victorian student, they can also be studied as single subjects.

Full-time
Part-time
Single subject
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Full-time VCE

Number of subjects

4-5 subjects

(up to six at Year 11)

Home school

Pangea

Tutor Group

Yes

Program Access

Access to wellbeing program, co-curricular programs, academic coaching, Careers and Pathways support, VCE administration, examination centres and preparation

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Part-time VCE

Number of subjects

1-3 subjects

Home school

Pangea

Tutor Group

Yes

Program Access

Access to wellbeing program, co-curricular programs, academic coaching, Careers and Pathways support, VCE administration, examination centres and preparation

VCE Single Subject

Single subject

(including NHT subjects)

Number of subjects

1-2 subjects**

Home school

Other home school*

Tutor Group

No

Program Access

Access to exam preparation and academic coaching

*Students must be enrolled in another home school in order to enrol as a single subject student. They default to a part-time student if Haileybury Pangea will be their home school and they are undertaking three or fewer subjects.

**Students at another school can enrol in a maximum of two single VCE single subjects at one time.

Full-time VCE

This pathway is designed for students seeking to maximise their academic potential and immerse themselves fully in the vibrant Haileybury Pangea community.

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Part-time VCE

Part-time VCE is a dynamic choice for students who value both academic excellence and flexibility as it allows you to craft a customised study plan.

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Single Subjects

Single subjects is a pathway designed for those who want to enrich their VCE program and access specialised subjects that may not be on offer at their current school.

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English

English is a vibrant and engaging course that is designed to prepare students for further study in both the Literature and mainstream English courses.

Mathematics

Students learn and practise mathematical skills and techniques to find solutions to standard problems, undertaking investigative projects and building their mathematical knowledge through unfamiliar and real-life situations.

Science

Students develop an understanding of science across matter, energy, the physical world, the nature of life and human behaviour and how they can influence their own and others’ actions. Subjects include Physics, Chemistry and Biology and Psychology.

Humanities

The Humanities allows students to make sense of today’s global village and inform them about events that have shaped today’s world. Key historical figures, periods and societies studied reveal how people’s lives have been shaped. Studies include Global Politics, Australian and Modern History.

Commerce

Commerce develops skills and knowledge that provide many career pathways and enhance personal success. Studies offered include Accounting, Business Management, Economics and Legal Studies.

Computer Science

Computer Science provides students with the skills they need to adapt to our changing industries, markets and economies. Students are provided with practical opportunities to create digital solutions for real-world problems that can be transferred to a wide range of industries and environments.

Languages

The study of languages is a key element of a well-rounded education in our globalised society. In addition to demonstrating understanding of the content, students can also develop soft skills such as communication, initiative, problem solving, teamwork, planning and self-management.

Music

Students develop skills in preparing programs of music as a member of a group, or as a soloist. This study is suited to students who have an interest in contemporary, classical, orchestral or voice repertoire. The subject also provides significant opportunity for those primarily interested in composition.

Health & Human Development

Health & Human Development examines the promotion of healthy living and the changes in health and development we experience throughout our lifespan, as well as understanding and promoting health.

Visual Arts

Through the theoretical components of the course, students analyse existing visual communications, examining how the design process has been used in Communication, Environmental and Industrial Design. Practical work provides opportunities to explore the design process first-hand.