Year 10 - Year 12
Tyndale Christian School Murray Bridge offers Senior School education for Years 10 - 12. Our Senior School Campus is located within the Murray Bridge School site, providing a great platform for students to complete their full Early Learning to Year 12 experience.
Our students in Senior School, are presented with many decisions including subject choices, career paths and how to engage as young adults in the wider social context.
SACE and strong academic outcomes that lead to tertiary study is just one option for the future. We offer a wide range of subject choices and have specialist teachers with many years of experience.
One of our School’s recognised strengths is in the transition from school to work. We offer a VET (Vocational Education Training) programme, a well organised work placement programme for all Year 10 and 11 students and career information.
At Tyndale, we have developed productive and vital relationships with a number of Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) including the Murray Bridge Trade Training Centre and TAFE SA. These working arrangements allow our students to access a wide range of Certificate II and III courses as well as Diplomas for certain courses. Students can therefore access suitable training to suit their vocational needs.
We believe that leadership is a vital part of a senior student’s role, and senior students are able to serve the school community as Year 12 Prefects, House Captains and Student Leadership Team representatives from each class.
In 2017, we opened a brand new Secondary Technology Centre (STC). This state-of-the-art facility boasts Home Economics, Science and Technology Studies areas. The STC has allowed for our School to introduce specialist programmes including Technology Studies, Robotics and Programming, Food and Hospitality and a range of Sciences including Nutrition.
With the ability to access additional resources from our campuses at Salisbury East and Strathalbyn, Senior Schooling at Murray Bridge will offer a broad curriculum that stimulates and encourages students in their particular areas of interest and gifting.