South Otago High School

South Otago High School

Quality Education in a Supportive Community

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Curriculum

Curriculum

South Otago High School offers Year 9 and 10 students a full programme covering all the essential learning areas.

The school offers a wide range of subjects at NCEA Level 1, including alternative programmes in English, Mathematics and Science.

A full range of pre-tertiary subjects are available for students who wish to continue study at Polytechnic or University. At NCEA Level 2 and 3 there is an expanded range of subjects including Outdoor Education and transition programmes.

NCEA Level 3 and Scholarship are offered in many subjects with extra tutoring available for some. Further subjects may be available on the Otago Net video conference system or through STAR funded courses.

 

Course Information Booklet 2017.docx

http://www.careers.govt.nz/education-and-training/still-at-school/step-by-step-guide-to-choosing-school-subjects/

Courses Offered

Year 9

Art ESOL Mathematics
Business Enterprise Food Technology Music
Design Technology French Physical Education and Health
Digital Technology Maori Science
Drama Materials Technology Social Studies
English

 

Year 10

Art Food Technology Mathematics
Business Enterprise French Music
Digital Technology Graphics Physical Education and Health
Drama Literacy Science
English Maori Social Studies
ESOL Materials Technology

 

Year 11

Accounting ESOL Maori
Agriculture English – Communication Mathematics – Achievement Standards
Art French Mathematics – Alternative
Building Technology Geography Music
Digital Technology Graphics Numeracy
Drama History Physical Education
Economics Hospitality Science – Achievement Standards
Engineering Technology Literacy Sport and Recreation
English – Achievement Standards

 

Year 12

Accounting English – Achievement Standards Mathematics – Achievement Standards
Art English – Communications Mathematics – Alternative
Biology ESOL Music
Building Technology French Outdoor Education
Business Studies Geography Physical Education
Chemistry Graphics Physics
Digital Technology History Skills Pathways
Drama Hospitality Soft Materials Technology
Economics Maori Sport and Recreation
Engineering Technology

 

Year 13

Accounting Engineering Technology Hospitality
Art English Mathematics with Calculus
Biology ESOL Mathematics with Statistics
Building Technology Gateway Music
Chemistry Geography Physical Education
Digital Technology Graphics Physics
Drama History Soft Materials Technology
Economics

 

  • For Year 10 – 13, the availability of certain subjects may depend on the number of students selecting that subject
  • Video Conferencing courses may be available for senior subjects