Djarragun College has the biggest array of subjects of any school in the Cairns region.
In Middle Secondary (Year 7-Year 9) students are allocated to their Australian Curriculum classes based on their literacy and numeracy learning needs. All students in Years 7-9 participate in a range of classes including English, Maths, The Arts, Science, Health, Physical Education, Technology, Humanities and Sport.
Years 10-12 Curriculum
Senior students are encouraged to develop skills in their areas of interest and are supported to identify options and opportunities once they leave school. This helps guide the subjects that they may wish to study.
Students also complete academic placement testing and previous school results are reviewed, before discussions are held with students and their families about the appropriate study pathway for the student: ATAR or Vocational Education & Training (VET). All students in the senior phase of learning will work towards achieving their Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) upon graduation.