Marryatville High School

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Marryatville High School is proud of its history for providing students with the skills and capabilities to become active global citizens. The school has a reputation for strong academic achievement with a high percentage of students entering tertiary education or the workforce.

This academic success is due to the dedicated staff at Marryatville High School who expertly deliver a diverse range of curriculum opportunities including the Australian Curriculum, South Australian Certificate of Education, Vocational Education and Training.  In addition we offer a comprehensive Student Life program and broad range of co-curricular activities.

Marryatville High School encourages all prospective and current students to explore our curriculum options via the online curriculum guides, to ensure that curriculum selections best suit personal strengths, learning needs and future pathways.



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Course counselling parent guide

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Curriculum guides

Click on a link below to access year level curriculum guides 

Middle Years Curriculum Guide (Year 7 and 8) >

Intermediate Years Curriculum Guide (Year 9 and 10) >

Senior Years Curriculum Guide (Year 11 and 12) >


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Work experience

For most students, work experience begins in year 10. As part of that year’s Personal Learning Plan (PLP), all students undertake a week-long program of workplace learning. Some students organise further work placements – generally of 1 week to further explore the world of work or to discover or develop alternative career options.

Students are expected to organise their own experiences in workplaces they believe may be helpful in setting up future pathways to their chosen career. In year 11 and/or 12, students may undertake more extensive work experience as part of vocational studies or vocational certificate programs. Called ‘structured work placement’ this helps students gain competencies accredited by TAFE or other industry training organisations.