VCE

The Victorian Certificate of Education is the culmination of students secondary schooling, as well as providing a pathway to future options, such as tertiary education (University, TAFE or private providers), training or employment.

The two years of study towards the VCE are demanding but also a time of challenge, enjoyment and fulfilment. Therefore students are encouraged to participate in the many activities available to them, including sport, music, SRC, college musical production, tertiary orientation and leadership programs.

A successful VCE begins with appropriate course selection. In selecting their VCE program, students must focus on their interests, skills and aspirations.

An important component of a successful VCE is organisation and time management.

To help our students succeed and do their best at their VCE studies we as a College take the initiative in organising the following:

Year 11 Study Skills Day

Year 12 Midyear Preparation Day

  • Year 12 Study Camp
  • Selected mentoring of students
  • Exams skills workshops
  • Literacy and Maths Extension classes
  • University lectures.
These sessions along with others provide our students with the tools they will need in order to succeed and give their best in their studies in these final years of schooling.
VCE subjects that are offered
  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Business Management
  • Chemistry
  • Drama
  • Food Technology
  • Further Mathematics
  • General Mathematics
  • Health & Human Development
  • Information Technology
  • Information Processing and Management
  • Legal Studies
  • Mathematical Methods
  • Multimedia (VET)
  • Physics
  • Physical Education
  • Psychology
  • Studio Art
  • Specialist Mathematics
  • Visual Communications Design



These are just a few of the subjects that are offered at Epping Secondary College.

NOTE: The VCE studies taught at Epping Secondary College will be based on student choice, taking into account the resources of the school and prerequisite studies for tertiary courses. Students will initially be given the opportunity to choose from a list of over 30 VCE studies.