Swan View Senior High School is a long established and successful Secondary School that has benefited from the inclusion of an Integrated Education Support Centre since 2018.
The Centre caters to students with special needs who require low to medium levels of support and will consider the enrolment of students living out of area on an individual basis.
The ACE Program has been established to cater for students aspiring to reach high academic standards with an ultimate aim of successful university graduation.
ACE promotes a wide range of enrichment activities and opportunities that will allow your child to explore innovative, interactive and engaging curriculum course work.
Drama is an important part of our lives. Performers and playwrights produce works that are enjoyed and appreciated by audiences for their beauty, entertainment, ingenuity and originality.
The Swan View Fame Academy provides students with the opportunity to extend their skills in acting and production areas, and also exposes students to a wide range of theatre experiences.
The Basketball program gives students is Years 7-10 the chance to pursue their passion for Basketball and aims to develop skills, game understanding and tactical knowledge. This class is offered as a timetabled elective and allows the opportunity for students to be involved in day competitions and excursions.
The program provides students with individual fundamental coaching combined with fitness training, testing and completing a junior referee course.
The Clontarf Foundation exits to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and by doing so equip them to participate more meaningfully in society.
The Clontarf Foundation conducts full time mentoring programs in selected middle schools, high schools and colleges that cater for the specific needs of participants.
The Girls Academy is the leading provider of school-based engagement programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls in Australia.
The program is community-driven and provides comprehensive in-school support to give girls the tools they need to engage in their education, achieve their goals and change their communities.
The Follow the Dream program is a voluntary program for high-achieving Aboriginal secondary students. It provides after school tuition, individual mentoring, enrichment excursions, support and case management to enable students to complete Year 12, enter tertiary studies, or undertake other post school training or employment.
These students are encouraged to go on to tertiary studies – university, TAFE, apprenticeships, traineeships and employment.