At Wangaratta High School we offer a range of services for students and parents to gain information and advice about course selections, work experience, school based apprenticeships and traineeships, VCE and VCAL programs, University applications, University and TAFE courses, pathways into University courses and employment opportunities.
Wangaratta High School has a dedicated and trained career practitioner to support all our students to determine their individual pathways.
My Career Insights
Wangaratta High School facilitates the My Career Insights program for all Year 9 students. Students are given the opportunity to discuss their results from a series of questionnaires and quizzes with a trained Careers Consultant in a 30 minute interview.
My Career Insights helps students discover, develop and drive their career planning. It is a unique opportunity for students to learn more about their strengths and abilities, while exploring potential career options – giving them the confidence to start taking control of their future.
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Wangaratta High School is fortunate to be supported by many local organisations including the NETRACKS LLEN NETRACKS LLEN, Wangaratta GOTAFE GOTAFE Wangaratta, Ag Skills Victoria Ag Skills Victoria FB, La Trobe University La Trobe Albury/Wodonga and CSU CSU Albury/Wodonga.
Wangaratta High School Senior Years Information Booklet 2019
Special Entry Access Scheme VTAC
If there have been circumstances that have made it hard for you to do your best at study, you should consider putting in a special consideration application via VTAC’s Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS). SEAS is designed to make sure institutions get a sense of your full potential and it enables institutions to consider the circumstances you have experienced and their impact upon your studies when making selection decisions.
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Wangaratta High School produces a weekly newsletter outlining pathway opportunities including University programs, events and webinars.
Careers Newsletter 18th November 2020