Search for:

Senior School

Understanding the Senior School Journey

At the start of Senior School, our students step into a new learning adventure and bravely decide how best to use the gifts and talents that God has given them. At Torrens Valley Christian School we provide students with four distinct ‘Learning Journeys’ to choose from. Our learning environment has been established to support our school’s mission to provide excellence in education. We seek to honour God’s image in our students by offering them multiple opportunities to learn about themselves and their role in the renewal and restoration of our world. Our Senior School curriculum offers rigour, innovation and flexibility that enable our graduates to develop their full academic, creative, personal, physical, moral and spiritual potential.
Our graduates will have the opportunity to develop and equip their minds, cultivate a heart that looks out for others and apply their hands to building skills and capabilities according to their God-given gifts and interests.

Student Learning Journeys through our Senior School can lead our graduates to a wide range of post-school activities. A metaphor that can help students consider how their Learning Journey can be personalised is the concept of a backpack. Whilst each student’s backpack has similar structural features, the contents of the backpack will vary as students engage with learning according to their unique skills and interests. The end goal remains the same, that students would engage and participate in God’s Big Story to make an impact as they continue to become all God has created them to be.

Stories from Senior School

Past Scholars Story: Jacob Manuel, working in a Global Engineering Firm


Since finishing Year 12 in 2019 I have started a 3-year-long apprenticeship in Digital Engineering at Mott MacDonald, a global engineering and development consulting firm. The apprenticeship is a first of its kind, with hands-on experience in real day-to-day challenges, taking part in real projects across South Australia and gaining a nationally accredited Diploma of Applied Technologies.

Continue reading

Year 11 Cake Decorating


Year 11 Cake Decorating Gallery

Continue reading

Outdoor Education students venture into the Flinders Ranges


The year 11 Outdoor Education class recently went hiking in the Mount Remarkable National Park. This was a challenging expedition with students carrying everything they needed for the duration of the camp.

Continue reading
Book A Tour