We offer a range of subjects to accommodate the specific learning needs and a wealth of opportunities to develop and challenge their minds.

The St. Maroun’s College curriculum is focused on fostering creativity and critical thinking through inquiry-based learning.  This is reinforced through the integration of technology in the classroom. We offer an Acceleration option for very capable students to complete an HSC course prior to commencing Year 12.

Want to explore each subject in detail? Visit our Subjects Overview Page

Secondary Curriculum:

At St. Maroun’s College, we provide a rich curriculum content that enriches and supports the learning areas and adds depth to our students’ learning experience. Our teaching staff guides & provides support for future-focused learning that will prepare our students for tomorrow’s world.

Here’s a detailed look at the key learning areas for each Secondary stage:

STAGE 4 – YEAR 7 & 8

In Years 7 and 8, our students study these core courses:

• English

• Mathematics

• Science

• History

• Geography

• PDHPE (Personal Development Health and Physical Education)

• Religious Education

• Visual Arts

• Music

• Languages (French and Arabic)

• Technology and Applied Studies

STAGE 5 – YEAR 9 & 10

In Years 9 and 10, students continue the study of their core courses and select two elective courses from a range of options including:

• Commerce

• Drama

• Visual Arts

• Photography and Digital Media

• French

• Arabic

• Music

• Geography (elective)

• History (elective)

• Food Technology

• Graphics Technology

• Information and Software Technology

• Multimedia

• Physical Activity and Sports Studies (PASS)

• Ideation & Design Thinking (STEM)

STAGE 6 – YEAR 11 & 12

Our staff provides the students with advice to select their own pattern of study in Years 11 and 12, which includes the mandatory NESA requirement of English and choices from a range of courses listed below. St. Maroun’s College also endeavors to provide students with access to tuition in courses not on offer onsite through external providers such as NSW School of Languages & Saturday School of Community Languages.

• Ancient History

• Arabic Continuers

• Biology

• Business Studies

• Chemistry

• Community and Family Studies

• English Advanced

• English ESL

• English Extension I & II

• English Standard

• Food Technology

• Legal Studies

• Mathematics 2 unit

• Mathematics Extension I & II

• Mathematics General

• Modern History


• Physics

• Sports, Lifestyle, and Recreation

• Studies of Religion I & II

• Engineering Studies at UTS

• Visual Arts

• TAFE delivered VET


Want to explore the key subjects in detail? Visit our Subjects Overview page.

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