Middle Years (Years 6 - 10)

Our Secondary Years students continue to follow the Australian Curriculum standards, taught through the IB Middle Years Programme methodologies, providing both academic rigour and a focus on skills development.

AISPP offers a balanced curriculum in the Middle Years, with students taking equal amounts of academic subjects, sports and arts. Learning standards are mapped against the Australian Curriculum, with students guided to meet these standards through inquiry based lessons. Our focus is on making teaching and learning accessible, practical and useful in today’s world, always with students’ future pathways in mind.

Timetabled classes are supported with Study Skills and Service as Action sessions which develop a range of academic, leadership and practical skills.

Senior Years (Years 11 - 12)

Senior students are able to choose between a range of graduation options. 

  1. The IB Diploma – this international respected programme is a highly rigorous, academic course. It is recognised and accepted for entry to universities worldwide. Students choose six subjects which they study across two years. 
  2. IB Courses and High School Diploma – depending on academic ability and/or choice of university programme, some students will select to graduate with a US style High School Diploma. Any IB subject courses that are completed are awarded Certification by the IB.
  3. Dual Enrolment Programmes – for some subjects, it is possible to complete university foundation courses while taking the High School Diploma. Students are registered both with AISPP and with the chosen university. It is even possible to take enough credit courses to complete your first year of university while at school!

University Guidance and Applications

International school students are able to apply for thousands of universities worldwide – it can be quite a bewildering choice!  As an AISPP student, your child will benefit from the support of our Academic Counsellor. With almost a decade’s experience in advising students on academic pathways, the Academic Counsellor will work with your child on areas such as:
  • Programme Selection
  • Subject Selection
  • University Searches
  • International University Applications
Throughout the school year, you and your child will also have the opportunity to attend presentations and seminars from visiting universities.

Preparation For Further Studies

The MYP is flexible enough to accommodate most national or local curriculum requirements.

It builds upon the knowledge, skills and attitudes developed in the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) and prepares students to meet future academic challenges, including the IB Diploma Programme (DP) and the IB Career-related Programme (CP).

Middle Years Programmes of Study

Students take all 9 subject groups

Senior Years Programmes of Study

Students typically take 6 subjects from the list below