Years 9 & 10

For Junior Secondary's Year 9, the College has a core curriculum of English, Maths, History, Business, Science, Art, French, Drama, Digital Technology and Physical Education that provides a holistic grounding for senior secondary education.

Senior Secondary's Year 10 is the foundation year for senior schooling. The focus is on developing an individual career SET plan to assist with decision making for subject selection at senior level. Certificate courses and TAFE options (which may include work experience, school-based traineeships and apprenticeships) are explored as part of the College’s program.

Subjects in Grades 9
  • ARC - Academics Resilience Careers
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Art
  • Digital Technologies
  • Drama
  • French
  • Health and Physical Education
  • History
  • Business
  • Literacy & Numeracy


  • AM / PM Form
  • Roll Call
  • Uniform Check
  • Notices

Students continue to study the core subjects in Year 10:
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Business and Economics
  • History
  • Science
  • Art
  • Drama
  • Physical Education
  • Academics, Resilience & Careers (ARC)

From Year 10, students also select an option from one of the following: 
  • French*
  • Digital Technologies*
  • Certificate II Sport and Recreation / Cert III Fitness
  • Certificate II / III Tourism

*Students wishing to study either French or Digital Technologies in Year 11 and 12 must select the subject for study in Year 10.

Tamborine Mountain College offers school-based traineeship and apprenticeship opportunities to selected students through the school-based traineeship program. 

The objective of the program is to assist students, whilst at school, to develop skills in a workplace setting, receive nationally accredited training and a qualification that will set them up for job opportunities and a career path after their schooling is complete. 

Students are able to achieve a Certificate level in their chosen industry whilst working part time as well as completing their Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) and working towards a Senior Statement.

School-Based Traineeship/Apprenticeship are suitable for students who do not wish to gain an ATAR or complete tertiary education.

Teacher tutorials occur typically occur after school according to the schedule (excluding the first and last week of term).

  • Tutorials are at no additional cost to families
  • Mondays and Fridays are never scheduled as a tutorial day 

There are two bus companies that provide a bus service to the College. 

Please contact them directly for further information:

  *  Logan Coaches - 5546 3077

  *  Tamborine Mountain Coaches - 5545 1298 or 0422 936 786

NB: Parent contact details are shared with the relevant bus company.

A bus travel concession may apply for other catchment areas. 
Tamborine Mountain College families pay a family fare when travelling on TM Coaches, ensuring comparatively low fees for bus transport ($35 per family for ten trips, equating to $3.50 each way, paid directly to TM Coach driver).

The College offers a Travel Bursary/Concession to those families who live in a catchment which does not entitle your child to receive the Beaudesert or Logan Coaches bus travel concession. For further enquiries please contact TMC Accounts Department, ph 07 5545 3644 (option 2) or

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