Throughout their time here, our students are encouraged to work to the best of their abilities in order to challenge themselves and achieve their own personal goals. We intentionally cater for students’ educational and emotional needs, as we recognise that high school is a time of many different transitions and changes. The first years of high school are an exciting time, during which the development of new friendships and the exploration of new educational experiences take place. Our Year 7 and 8 students are encouraged to grow, explore, discover and enjoy as they take on this new phase of their education.
In Years 9 and 10, William Carey students focus on the importance of their education as they are taught to be lifelong learners who excel in their chosen fields. During these years, students are actively encouraged to participate in all aspects of school life, including extracurricular activities, so that they may experience the full breadth of opportunities that WCCS has to offer. Prior to commencing their senior studies, our students are guided in their decision making as they determine which subjects are right for them in order to achieve the best results possible. The academic rigours involved in the senior years of high school allow students to learn more about themselves and the ways in which they can thrive under pressure. WCCS is dedicated to helping students achieve their potential in all areas of school life.
In order to assist our senior students in their academic pursuits, they are given access to free tutoring after school in the Library. Senior students also have the opportunity to take on leadership roles within the WCCS community as elected members of our Student Leadership Council or as mentors to Primary School students.
“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart,
as working for the Lord, not for human masters.”