The Southport School

Secondary Senior Years 11 - 12

The Southport School

Course details

CRICOS course code: 004963E

Level of study: Primary and High School

Summary

A TSS Education embraces the whole of life, recognising that obtaining knowledge is one thing while the “getting of wisdom” is another. As a consequence, we offer a learning experience that is balanced and holistic, one that moves outside the classroom to complement academic achievement with the development of a range of life-skill designed to progressively reveal the full individual potential of each boys as he matures towards manhood.

In the co-curricular sphere an integrated arts and cultural program open avenues for self-expression and personal development through music, art, drama, and multimedia. Further opportunities for expanding horizons are provided through a wide variety of activities and students clubs such as Chess, Public Speaking, Karate, Young Engineers Robotics, Gifted and Talented workshops and Days of Excellence.

TSS certainly produces graduates of high scholastic calibre, but more importantly, we produce outstanding young men who exhibit confidence, responsibility, leadership, commendable ethics and emotional intelligence.

Senior School Recognition of Effort/Excellence

At times a teacher may award a boy for his effort or excellence within a subject. Teachers can do this by applying for academic certificates. There are currently three certificates available: Academic Recognition, Academic Excellence and Creative Studies. Students who receive an Academic Recognition Certificate will be awarded this through his House or subject teacher. Students who receive an Academic Excellence or Creative Studies certificate will be presented with it on Assembly.

Primus Octoginta

The School displays the top 80 Academics in each year level. Year level lists are updated each term (or each Semester for Year 12) and are on display in the Arch of the Good Shepherd display cabinets.

Silver Palm Award

This award is accompanied by a Silver Leaf Pin, which is awarded on Graduation or Speech Day and is given to those boys who have achieved the Dean’s List Award for Semester 1 and 2.

Gold Palm Award

This award is accompanies by a Gold Leaf Pin, which is awarded to boys at Graduation or Speech Day. The Award is for boys who achieve A’s for each of their two Semester Reports.
# NB In this instance accelerated subjects “B” grade will not be considered an “A”.

Scholars Tie

A Scholar’s Tie will be presented to any boy who has maintained a place on the Dean’s List for at least six semesters. The boy may wear his Scholar’s Tie at anytime when Chapel Dress is required.

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Course opportunities

Start date: 27 January 2022
20 April 2022
12 July 2022
Duration: 104 weeks
Study mode: Full time
Address

The Southport School

2 Winchester Street
Gold Coast Queensland 4215
Australia

Address

The Southport School
2 Winchester Street
Gold Coast Queensland 4215
Australia