Our school curriculum provides a comprehensive program from Years 8 - 12 to stimulate, inspire, motivate and push the boundaries of the students’ cognitive, affective and physical abilities.
Junior school curriculum is characterised by a rigorous and well linked program that ensures students study the basics, apply this knowledge to real situations and are challenged to integrate their learnings across disciplines in complex activities.
Our school community considers it very important that students graduate from our school with a worthwhile qualification, as well as a range of skills and attributes that we help them develop. Therefore our
Senior school program is geared toward rigorous study and it is complemented by a range of opportunities for students to broaden their experiences.
Student Development Program (SDP)
Student Development Program was designed in an effort to help create confident, informed and well-balanced Mansfield High School graduates through a series of lessons that allow students to:
- optimise their learning
- work with others
- contribute to the world
- become the person they want to be.
The lessons are taught by roll marking (SDP) teachers on Tuesday in Period 1 for Years 10, 11, 12 and on Wednesdays in Period 1 for Years 7, 8, 9.
Mansfield Activity Program (MAP)
Mansfield Activity Program is a compulsory and vital aspect of our curriculum.
A wide range of MAP activities is conducted on Tuesday afternoons (Years 7, 8, 9) and Wednesday afternoons (Years 10, 11, 12). Students are able to select three activities over the course of a year. Some examples, to name but a few, are: interschool sport, intra-school sport, yoga, meditation, extra Mathematics assistance, scrapbooking, ten-pin bowling, ice-skating and creative writing.
Students select their MAP activity online using the link under the Related links section to the right.
Use this link to find out more about State Education Fees (PDF, 48KB) and our subject and program costs for the current year.