Many private high schools include years 11 and 12 and are referred to as colleges.
In Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory, "college" refers to the final two years of high school (years 11 and 12), and the institutions which provide this.
The show has also been used as a text response for both Years 11 and 12 in the English units of the Victorian Certificate of Education.
Education is compulsory for children from six to sixteen years old, and two more non-compulsory years are offered (years 11 and 12).
Typically, a primary school provides education from kindergarten level to year 6. A secondary school, usually called a "high school", provides education from years 7 to 12. Secondary colleges are secondary schools which only cater for years 11 and 12. The NSW Education Standards Authority classifies the 13 years of primary and secondary schooling into six stages, beginning with Early Stage 1 (Kindergarten) and ending with Stage 6 (years 11 and 12).
Dissatisfaction with OBE escalated from 2004 when the government proposed the implementation of an alternative assessment system using OBE 'levels' for years 11 and 12. With government school teachers not permitted to publicly express dissatisfaction with the new system, a community lobby group called PLATO as formed in June 2004 by high school science teacher Marko Vojkavi.
The Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) is the credential given to students who have completed Years 11 and 12 of their secondary schooling.
As an alternative to the middle school model, some secondary schools divided their grades into "junior high school" (Years 7, 8, 9 and 10) and "senior high school" (Years 11 and 12).
Some have three levels, "junior" (Years 7 and 8), "intermediate" (Years 9 and 10), and "senior" (Years 11 and 12).
As an alternative to the middle school model, some secondary schools divided their grades into "junior high school" (years 7, 8, 9, and 10) and "senior high school" (years 11 and 12).
Some have three levels, "junior" (years 7 and 8), "intermediate" (years 9 and 10), and "senior" (years 11 and 12).
At the senior level (years 11 and 12), several states offer Media Studies as an elective.
The Higher School Certificate (HSC) is the credential awarded to secondary school students who successfully complete senior high school level studies (Years 11 AND 12 or equivalent) in New South Wales, Australia.
Continuers refers to languages that were studied in Years 9 and 10 and will be continued in . Years 11 and 12. In addition, some VET (Vocational Education and Training) courses are offered.
The Victorian Certificate of Education is generally taught in years 11 and 12 of secondary education in Victoria;
Students are not required to complete all the units of a subject as part of the VCE course, meaning they are able to change subject choice between years 11 and 12. On completing a unit, a student receives either a 'satisfactory' (S) or 'non-satisfactory' (N) result.