Year 10 Parents and Students learned about the plethora of Senior School pathways available in the Aquinas myFUTURE program. John Van Dyk, Head of Senior School, outlined the rationale for this 21st approach to education as the College is leveraging asynchronous education through blended learning to provide more opportunities to our boys. This was followed by both student, staff and external partners voices as Mr Gellin, Director of VET, outlined Industry & Enterprise pathways prior to allowing students to liaise with the College of Electrical Training, Diamond Fitness and Curtin University to name a few. Mr Brendan Chapman, Head of Academic Studies, and representatives from UWA and UNDA outlined how boys can extend themselves through uniPATH. Mr Powell, Director of myFUTURE, shared the many microcredentials, service and career focused learning available on ATAR+. A huge thank you to the students who shared their stories with the parents and Year 10 students; Charles King, Lachlan Drake-Brockman, David Russell, Alik Papaphotis & Kurtis Tanna.

John Van Dyk, Head of Senior School