• Year 11 and 12
  • Lesson Structure

Lesson Structure

  • Small class sizes. For the last decade the average class size has been below 15.
  • Youth Allowance is approved for full-time students (= 3 subjects).
  • Students attend only for their lessons most weeks.
  • Study rooms are always available.
  • Students establish a regular routine of lessons and homework. This fosters the development of effective study habits.
  • No uniforms. Neat casual dress.
  • Daytime lessons only: from 9 am – 4 pm weekdays. Starting and finishing times each day will vary according to subject selection.
  • Subjects: Biology, Chemistry, English, Legal Studies, Mathematics A and Mathematics B, Accounting, Ancient History, Modern History, Philosophy & Reason and Physics.
  • On average more than 150 pages per subject of additional class notes are provided to students.
  • For Senior External subjects, there are no assignments. Regular class tests and practice exams help students to reach their short and long-term goals.
  • Hubbard’s examinations occur in March, late June and mid-August. In class tests occur regularly.
  • Occasionally, to compensate for public holidays or simply if the teacher perceives a need, extra lessons are scheduled. These are time-tabled in consultation with students.
  • Lessons start late January/early February – late enrolments are always considered.
  • Textbooks are required for most subjects. The books are supplied under the Hubbard’s Book Bond Scheme for a net cost of $120.00 per subject per year. Refer to the Terms and Conditions in the Fee Structure.
  • A calculator is required for some subjects. Mathematics B requires constant use of a graphics calculator. The preferred brand is Casio. A purchase arrangement is available at Hubbard’s.