The curriculum in the Secondary School is divided into three stages - Stage 4 (Years 7 and 8); Stage 5 (Years 9 and 10) and Stage 6 (Years 11 and 12).
The Stage 4 curriculum is fixed. It consists of Religious Education, English, Mathematics, Science, History and Geography, Visual Arts, Music, Personal Development/Health/Physical Education and Design and Technology. In addition, in Year 7 a choice of two foreign languages is studied with one of these two languages studied in Year 8.
The Stage 5 curriculum leads to the award of the NSW School Certificate at the end of Year 10. It consists of mandatory courses in Religious Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Australian History and Geography and Personal Development/Health/Physical Education.
Two elective courses are chosen from a group including Visual Arts, Music, Information and Software Technology, Commerce, French, Italian, Industrial Technology – Timber, Graphics Technology, Design and Technology and Drama.
The Stage 6 curriculum leads to the award of the NSW Higher School Certificate at the end of Year 12. Religious Education and English are mandatory courses. Students choose from a broad range of courses which include Economics, Business Studies, Geography, Modern History, Ancient History, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Music, Drama, Personal Development/Health/Physical Education, Visual Arts, Information Processes and Technology, Software Design and Development, Design and Technology, Engineering Studies, Industrial Technology, French, Italian, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Senior Science.
In addition, in Stage 6 the College offers from time to time one or more courses in VET (Vocational Education and Training). These courses may include Information Technology, Construction, Entertainment and Hospitality Operations. Some of these courses may be offered off campus at TAFE.
In Stage 5 and 6 elective patterns vary from year to year. Classes are formed according to teacher expertise, number viability and available resources. The final decision as to whether or not a particular course proceeds always remains with the College.
Sequential outdoor education, careers education and spiritual formation programmes operate within different stages of the curriculum.
Results in all external tests and examinations are consistently excellent. These include the Basic Skills Tests in Literacy and Numeracy, the ELLA (English Language and Literacy Assessment) tests, the SNAP (Secondary Numeracy Assessment Programme), the School Certificate and Higher School Certificate.