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Benefits and responsibilities

More electives, often smaller classes, study periods, quiet study areas, Year 12 jerseys and Year 12 Pavilion with its own kitchenette are some of the benefits of these years. Year 11 and 12 are seen as leaders in the school. School Captains lead assemblies. Senior students run the Christian lunch time group for younger years.

Students in Year 11 attend a two day Study Retreat to improve their skills. They also take part in a Community Service of their choosing. In addition some elect to serve the Aboriginal community of Yarrabah. A one day Responsible Driving Day is another important part of education.

Friendships, memories and diverse pathways

Covenant is more than great memories as we seek to lay a foundation for life. With a community drawn from over 130 churches many of these students will naturally cross paths in the years to come. The majority of students will proceed straight to University. Others will defer, travel, work or take alternative study options and gap year opportunities. We thank God for the abilities each student has been given, for the hard work they put into their studies, and for the dedicated teachers who support them along the way.

"I love teenagers, so it is my absolute pleasure to work with the high school students, to hear them talk about their dreams and passions. They are all so unique and amazing!"

— Wendy Gilbert, Careers Adviser

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