Assisting your child in planning their future can be a challenging task. With so many options and pathways available, the process of deciding on a particular course of study may seem daunting. At Our Lady of Mercy College, we aim to make this process a little easier by providing your child with a variety of resources, information and support involving course selection.
General College Curriculum
This leaflet provides a general overview of the 2021 College Curriculum.
This leaflet provides a general overview of the 2022 College Curriculum.
Year 8 & 9
This sheet provides information relating to the electives on offer for Year 8 students in 2021.
This handbook provides information relating to the Curriculum and electives on offer for Year 9 students in 2022.
This handbook provides information relating to the Curriculum and electives on offer for Year 10 students in 2022.
Year 11 & 12
This handbook outlines information relating to the courses on offer at Our Lady of Mercy College for Year 11 - 2022 and Year 12 - 2023. It highlights the courses available on ATAR and General pathways and those that are on offer as part of our Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs. Students are encouraged to select their courses based on their interests and abilities. The courses outlined in the handbook provide excellent information for your child’s transition into Senior Secondary and then to further study or the workplace.
Vocational Educational Education and Training
The Vocational Education and Training delivered to Secondary Students (VETdSS) program provides senior secondary students with the opportunity to integrate their traditional academic studies with a vocational education study pathway.
If would like to discuss career options for your child, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Dale Briers or Mrs Janet Wilson at Our Lady of Mercy College Careers and VET Department.
ViSN Online Learning
ViSN Online Learning provides students with the opportunity to engage in studies not available at their own school and in doing so, helps them build their technology skills, their ability to work independently and expands their network in the Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) system.
If you have any questions regarding ViSN Online Learning, please contact Mrs Natasha Hart.