2020 PHHS promotional image - libraryYears 7 to 12

At Para Hills High School, we offer the Australian Curriculum with a focus on practical skills and SACE pathways for years 7-12. Our cohort is divided into two streams:

Middle school (years 7-9)

As the entry point into high school, our middle school cohort provides an enriched learning environment where students are encouraged to try as many subjects as possible to develop their interests.

We start by spending a lot of one-on-one time with students and their families during the high school transition process to ensure they feel supported in making the change to high school. 

Once in year 7, students study all subjects as a care group to foster effective relationships and support networks with their peers. Most year 7 students are taught by their care group teacher for two subjects, helping them to form strong working relationships with a smaller number of staff.

In year 9, students continue to study several subjects as a care group to build on these relationships and help student feel secure in their position at the school. Wherever possible, we aim to ensure middle school students are taught by their care group teacher for at least one subject.

Senior school (years 10-12)

Senior school students can expect to complete the necessary requirements to receive the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). A large range of Stage 1 and Stage 2 subjects are available from which students can select course pathways which lead to tertiary studies, apprenticeships, traineeships or employment. A large proportion of our students gain 30 credits by the end of year 10.

Subject Selection Guides

Select the year level the your child will be in starting 2024 

Middle Years (Years 7, 8, 9 and 10) Subjects

Year 11 Subjects

Year 12 Subjects

Inclusion Hub Subjects

Stationery lists

PHHS will provide stationery to each student.


As part of our commitment to creating an inclusive and innovative learning environment, Para Hills High School has implemented a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program. BYOD allows students to bring a laptop they already own or purchase a laptop through the school to use during classes. By using the school’s BYOD portal, students can connect their devices to the school network to complete classwork, work on assignments or access school resources.

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