In Stage 4 students complete the necessary Department of Education and NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) curriculum. In Year 7 students study mandatory English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education, Science. They also study Languages, Music, Technology and Visual Arts.
In Year 8 students study
mandatory English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Personal Development, Health
and Physical Education, Science and Technology. They also study three
electives, one of which must be a language. In languages we offer: French,
Japanese and Latin. Electives offered in other areas are: Commerce, Drama, Food
Technology, Music, Textiles Technology and Visual Arts.
Years 9 - 10 (Stage 5)
In Stage 5 students pursue the
mandatory subjects of English, Australian Geography, Australian History,
Mathematics, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education, Science and
two electives. These two electives are awarded grades for their Record of
School Achievement. Electives in Stage 5 are: Commerce, Drama, Food Technology,
French, Information and Software Technology, Japanese, Latin, Music, Textiles and
Design and Visual Arts. These courses are studied for the two years of Stage 5.
Years 11 - 12 (Stage 6)
In that almost all
students at St George Girls High School are seeking university entrance, our
Stage 6 curriculum is very academic in nature. We offer all courses of Ancient
History, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Drama, Economics, English
Standard, English Advanced, English Extension 1, English Extension 2, Food
Technology, French, Geography, History Extension, Information Processes and
Technology, Japanese Continuers, Japanese Extension, Latin Continuers, Latin
Extension, Legal Studies, Mathematics General, Mathematics Advanced,
Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Modern History, Music 2,
Music Extension, Personal Development/Health/Physical Education, Physics,
Science Extension, Textiles and Design, Visual Arts. In Year 11 we also offer Photography, Psychology and Visual Arts as one unit courses.