Secondary School

Students in Years 7 to 12 continue to learn, lead and serve as they prepare for life after school. 

Building on the academic foundations established during our Primary School Program, Secondary students continue to grow physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually with the support of dedicated teachers and staff. 

At Bishop Tyrrell, we watch the progression of our students from young children to young adults with pride. We consistently produce graduates who have good character, work ethic and drive. The High School journey is designed to help students reach their ultimate potential. Our focus is on academic performance and preparation for adulthood in the outside world. 

The Bishop Tyrrell Secondary education program is tailored to meet the needs and ambitions of each student. We assist them in accomplishing their goals for post-schooling, whether that may be entry to university, TAFE or the workplace.

We offer a range of subject selections on campus for students in Years 9-12, and can offer distance education for additional subjects through Camden Haven High School, Sydney Distance Education School and NSW School of Languages.

Students in Years 7-12 also participate in our BYOD Program. 

For more information on our Secondary Education Program, or to see our High School in action, book a personal tour of the college!

A message from our Deputy Principal

Our Deputy Principal, Ms Tania Lloyd gives insight here into the academic program offered at Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College.


8.35am to 3.10pm


Years 7 to 10

Students study core learning areas including; English, Mathematics, Science, Human Society and Its Environment (History and Geography), PDHPE and Religion.

Year 8

In addition to the core learning areas, students study; Music, Visual Arts, Design and Technology.

Years 9 and 10

In addition to the core learning areas, students choose electives from the following choices:

  • Commerce
  • Design and Technology
  • Drama
  • Food Technology
  • Information Software Technology
  • Music
  • Physical Activity and Sports Studies
  • Textiles
  • Visual Arts
  • Visual Design

Years 11 and 12

Students undertake a comprehensive range of Tertiary Entrance and Vocational Education and Training courses, including:

  • Ancient History
  • Biology
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Community and Family Studies
  • Design and Technology
  • Drama
  • Earth and Environmental Science
  • Engineering Studies
  • Exploring Early Childhood
  • English
  • English Extension
  • Geography
  • Hospitality
  • Information Processes and Technology
  • Legal Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics Extension
  • Modern History
  • History Extension
  • Music
  • Photography
  • Physics
  • Studies of Religion
  • Visual Arts

In 2020 we introduced Japanese studies to the Secondary curriculum for Year 7 and it is now offered as an elective for later years. Students will be immersed in Japanese culture and language through experience and technology to make them truly global citizens. 

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