Senior School

We recognise that girls in the Senior School (Years 10–12) are growing in maturity and independence. Preparation for life beyond secondary school is a key focus for this stage of our students’ lives.

Our approach includes a wellbeing pathway that encourages resilience and personal development, and an academic pathway that promotes excellence in scholarship.

While the College celebrates a long, rich history and tradition, we are also forward thinking. All staff are experts on current learning research and this informs all our interactions with the young women in our care. Our students are focused on 21st century skills and competencies.

Each student’s learning journey is individual and our programs are flexible to meet these needs. We welcome parents to join us for a discussion on how we can engage, challenge and build confidence in their daughter. A tour of the College is a great place to start.

You can download your copy of the Senior School brochure here.


Seymour offers a flexible curriculum that supports Senior School students to achieve their goals and ambitions. A broad variety of subjects is offered at each year level in the Senior School, giving girls the opportunity to choose a course of study that caters for her individual talents.

Seymour prides itself on offering a wide array of subjects that cater for scientific and mathematical pathways as well as more humanistic, cultural and social pursuits. Our graduates are well equipped to successfully approach tertiary study in any discipline. 

Seymour College offers two certification pathways in Years 11 & 12.

Students can also undertake Vocational Education and Training (VET) options to augment their studies.

Our results

The Senior School has a proud record of achievement, with the majority of students receiving outstanding academic results and continuing to tertiary study.

In 2017, the median ATAR achieved was 92.5
  • 10 students (13%) were in the top 1% nationally, with an ATAR of 99+ 

  • 17 students (22%) were in the top 2% nationally, with an ATAR of 98+

  • 29 students (37%) were in the top 5% nationally, with an ATAR of 95+

  • 42 students (54%) were in the top 10% nationally, with an ATAR of 90+