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Below are the following curriculum subjects offered and our school.

For more information about our school, please feel free to download the following documents below.

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2020 Middle School Curriculum Handbook 11.2 MB Adobe PDF
2020 Senior School Curriculum Handbook 9.4 MB Adobe PDF


The Arts:

  • Art
  • Design
  • Drama
  • Music

Business Education:

  • Accounting
  • Business Studies

Health and Personal Development:

  • Health
  • Home Economics
  • Outdoor Education
  • Physical Education

Industry Pathway Programs

  • Engineering
  • Doorways to Construction
  • Primary Industries – Agriculture

Language Studies:

  • English
  • French


  • Pure Applied
  • Technical
  • Business


  • Agricultural Science
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • General Science
  • Physics

Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Australian Studies
  • Community Studies
  • Geography, History
  • Society and Culture
  • Tourism


  • Information Technology
  • Metalwork
  • Woodwork
  • Plastics

Vocational Education Pathways including school-based apprenticeships in:

  • Engineering
  • Building Construction
  • Retail, Community Services including Child Care, Office Administration, Agriculture, Commercial Cookery, Hospitality Operations, Wood, Hair & Beauty, Tourism, Sport and Recreation.

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Lower North Centre of Trade Training (LNCTT)

The Lower North Centre of Trade Training comprises Balaklava High School as the lead school, Burra Community School, Clare High School and Riverton and District High School. Each site offers a range of different Vocational Education and Training (VET) packages that students from each school can access through a combination of on site and remote delivery options.

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BHS Moodle

Balaklava High School is currently developing the use of Moodle,  a Virtual Learning Environment.   The Balaklava High School Moodle is for students and teachers to share learning materials, resources and engage in the exchange and development of ideas through discussions, blogs and email.  Electronic interaction between the teacher and students in the form of subject information, assignment submission and marking on line makes use of this technology.  An increasing number of faculty areas are implementing this exciting platform.

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