Plenty of pathways to a bright future
College provides courses for students to give them a clear pathway to university, TAFE or employment.
Local industries have articulated a need for students to complete courses that directly link to specific areas of industry.
The college prides itself on being a small, friendly and boutique provider of Year 11 and 12 education in Hobart’s northern suburbs.
Located close to major tourist attractions and on the gateway to the West Coast, Claremont College offers particular strengths for students who wish to study in foods, hospitality and agriculture directly related to the tourism and agriculture industry.
The college offers vocational education and training in tourism and agriculture, and has a unique partnership with the University of Tasmania.
The college has an on-site uniHUB, which provides direct access to university staff and expertise and a supportive pathway into tertiary education.
The college offers a full range of Level 3 courses for students wishing to pursue a university pathway. A feature of this partnership will be the Claremont College Academic Program (CAP).
This program will support all students studying Level 3 and 4 courses by offering extra assistance to mentor and provide out-of-college experiences to enhance learning opportunities.
The college has developed strategic partnerships with industry training organisations to support students accessing as many employment opportunities as possible.
One such provider is the Beacon Foundation, which helps provide all-important local industry links and ensures up-to-date, industry-relevant learning.
Family engagement is a key feature of the work done at Claremont College.
All of the staff at the college work as a team to make families feel welcome, and they are engaged to support their child to do their best.
Meet the Teacher Day on March 6 is a clear example of the college being invitational to all families of students who study or intend to learn at Claremont College.
Many parents and friends say they feel very supported and acknowledge that they play a critical role in the success of their daughter or son while they are learning.
The dynamic Claremont College Facebook page and college website ( claremontcollege.education.tas.edu.au) show the exciting and varied learning environment at the school.
The powerful student leadership team at the college ensures that all students have a say in what activities are available to make their time at the college as enjoyable as possible.
It is not uncommon to see all of our students gathered around the college’s wood-fired pizza oven sharing a community lunch.
Enrolment for new students opens on January 29 at the college.
Meet the teachers on the green at Claremont College on March 6.
Our students, past and present, will be playing music, and the evening will finish with a mystery, high-profile professional musical act.