Later Years

10 - 12

10 - 12 Course Guidelines

11 - 12 Course Guidelines

The Later Years team (Years 10-12) at Macleod College presents a supportive, rigorous, and value-added program for all students.


Care and Support

Later Years students have access to 2 study centres. One is attached to the Later Years’ office, which is attended at most times by members of the Later Years team. It contains computers, drinking fountain and a display of all material relevant at these levels. Alternatively, students can also use the Library’s VCE study area, which is a quiet study space with access to computers. The library supports VCE students through provision of study guides, computers, printer, newspapers etc., as well as advice on assignments, study skills and research assistance.


As part of the support structure, students and their families have Pathways interviews at Year 10 and VTAC interviews at Year 12, whereby the best possible advice and guidance is offered to assist with post-schooling success in employment or further study. Every assistance is given to enable our students to select the pathway best suited to their personal situation.

Extra Programs

Additional activities are offered to complement formalised learning and assist with post-school life, including:


  • Year 10 – Box Hill Gap program, Volunteer program, Work Experience

  • Year 11 – Fit 2 Drive, La Trobe University Subject tasters, Elevate Ed,

  • VET programs as part of NMVC Year 12 –Acclaimed motivational speakers e.g. Arthur Bolkas, VET programs as part of NMVC, Party Safe, Valedictory Dinner

  • Our VCAL program is running at Year 11 and 12.

Additional Information


Macleod College

Prep - Year 12



Carwarp Street

Macleod VICTORIA 3085


TELEPHONE            +61 3 9459 0222


Macleod College is committed to child safety. We have a zero tolerance of child abuse. All staff, volunteers, council members and parent association of Macleod College observe child safe principles and expectations for appropriate behaviour towards and in the company of children as outlined in the school’s Child Safe Code of Conduct. The school actively works to protect children, empower them, and provide a safe and inclusive learning environment. The school also takes appropriate action when responding to allegations or concerns.

Acknowledgement of Country
Macleod College respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners of the land on which our school stands and pay respect to the ongoing living cultures of First Peoples.

Macleod College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration CRICOS provider name and code: Department of Education and Training, 00861K. For further information refer to