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Gifted and Talented courses have a minimum of four hours per week, which is the same amount of contact time as the traditional core academic subject areas of English, mathematics, science and humanities. The selective arts program becomes one of your child’s core subjects and a focus on academic balance ensures they have the opportunities to excel in all areas of the curriculum.

Students study their arts course alongside these core subjects and have equal access to all academic programs. They also have access to digital technologies, design and technologies, languages (Italian), health and physical education programs.
Academic balance is about creating pathways of choice for whichever direction your child chooses to take in their future. The focus on a well-rounded education allows students to continue careers in the arts industry or pursue careers in numerous other professions including medicine, law, education, politics and science.

Academic balance is about creating pathways of choice for whichever direction your child chooses to take in their future. The focus on a well-rounded education allows students to continue careers in the arts industry or pursue careers in numerous other professions including medicine, law, education, politics and science.