Chanel College is a Catholic co-educational secondary school
At Chanel College students are encouraged to develop as individuals, grow in confidence in their academic studies while exploring their talents through participation in Co-Curricular activities.
We offer small class sizes, which allows us to provide a level of individual attention that is highly valued by students and parents.
We pride ourselves on providing vertical Pastoral Care classes which consist of students from Years 7 – 12. The Pastoral Teacher becomes a significant adult in the life of the young person in their care as they travel the six-year journey at Chanel College. The Pastoral Leader and Student Counsellor work together for the benefit of all students to ensure that they are supported throughout their secondary schooling.
The School offers superb facilities with an outstanding Catholic Educational Community and whilst the focus is on high academic achievement, Principal, Dr Susan Bunkum, has a clear vision to ensure that each student flourishes and fulfils his/her maximum potential both in and far beyond the classroom.
A Learning Journey for Years 7 to 12
At Chanel College, we are committed to promoting the development of the whole person and to empowering students to enjoy learning and to strive for their personal best.
Year 7 and 8
- Religious Education
- HASS (History and Social Science)
- Health and Physical Education
- LOTE – Japanese
- Visual Art and Media Art
- Music and Drama
- Digital Technology
- Hospitality (Food & Textiles)
- Design Technology
- Humanities (Economics and Business)
- Physical Education
Students are given the confidence to explore personal challenges within a nurturing, caring environment. With a wide range of sporting, cultural and co-curricular activities as well as involvement in community service opportunities, our students are well on their way to achieving their goals.
All Year 7 and Year 8 students have the opportunity to experience all Rotational Subjects throughout the first two years. It is from here that they can narrow down the learning areas which they will pursue in their senior studies.
JUSTICE RESPECT COMPASSION
Dr Susan Bunkum