If your child is passionate about the study of marine based science, loves the outdoors and adventure we encourage them to be part of our Specialist Marine Studies Program.
Your child will gain a greater understanding of the complex issues that impact on our oceans including global climate change, fisheries and food production and maritime pollution.
They will take steps to support the conservation and management of the marine environment and develop a greater understanding of biology, coastal physical sciences and coastal management through practical and experiential learning.
Your child will participate in snorkelling, SCUBA diving, camps, coastal excursions and boat handling with endorsed and externally recognised qualifications. Our program has strong community links to Fremantle Ports, PADI, Curtin University, UWA, the Australasian Maritime Association and the CSIRO.
Your child will develop strong positive relationships and social, leadership and problem solving skills to give them the edge in their future careers.
Our state-of-the-art Maritime Trade Training Centre offers a unique, hands on educational experience.
Our program can lead to a variety of roles across industries including marine environmental management, fisheries, offshore oil and gas, tourism and recreation, marine biotechnology, biodiversity conservation and marine ecology.
Each student enrolled in the Specialist Marine Studies Program will attend Specialist Marine Studies Science Classes and Specialist Marine Studies Practical classes.
How to apply
Students can apply to be a part of our Specialist Marine Studies Program by completing the Specialist Marine section of the Application for Enrolment Form.
All applicants should have completed the Department of Education Swimming Certificate to a minimum Level 8 and be able to safely participate in water activities such as swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving.
Applicants will be required to participate in an interview and provide previous school reports.
Applications for 2021 close on 19 June 2020.