Year 11 at Mooroolbark College, represents an exciting time in every students lives.

Welcome to the Senior School at Mooroolbark College. 

In VCE you have the opportunity to make choices about the courses of study which will help you achieve your Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or Vocational Major (VM).

The information in our Handbook will help guide you in these choices by providing information about the diverse range of programs and subjects offered.  The Vocational Education and Training (VET) opportunities as well as the VCE and VCE-VM courses are explored in detail, including outlines of what is required to be successful in each course.  A summary of each VCE unit is also outlined.

Many of the requirements of VCE/VCE-VM are set by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA). The House and Pathways team, along with the VCE Coordinator are your guides to support you in choosing your course of studies.

Our program provides students with a broad range of subjects to cater for student interest and prerequisite subjects for entry into University. These subjects are supported by a strong Curriculum throughout the year levels. Our homework club, ‘Club 34’ provides the students with an ideal study environment with teachers in attendance to support student learning.

There are a range of extra curricular activities available to students in year. The Debutante Ball is highlight for many students schooling years and the East Coast Tour is an amazing bonding experience to lead into the students final year of education.


Yr 11 application to study an accelerated subject



VET Initial Application 2023



Senior School Handbook 2023


Curriculum Outline


  • English
  • Literature
  • English Language


  • Foundation Mathematics
  • General Mathematics (Further Mathematics at Unit 3 & 4)
  • Mathematical Methods
  • Specialist Mathematics


  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Science
  • Physics
  • Psychology


  • Accounting
  • Business Management
  • Legal Studies
  • Geography
  • History (History Revolutions at Unit 3 & 4)

The Arts

  • Art Creative Practice
  • Art Making and Exhibiting
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Media
  • Music
  • Visual Communications

Health & Physical Education

  • Health and Human Development
  • Outdoor and Environmental Education
  • Physical Education


  • Applied Computing
  • Food Studies
  • Product Design and Technology
  • Systems Engineering


  • German
  • Chinese