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Learning at our school

Find out more about what your child will learn at our school.

The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) is responsible for the curriculum, Kindergarten to Year 12, for all NSW schools.

For the high school years, NESA develops syllabuses for all subjects in 8 key learning areas:

  • creative arts
  • English
  • human society and its environment (HSIE)
  • languages
  • mathematics
  • personal development, health and physical education (PDHPE)
  • science
  • technological and applied studies (TAS).

NSW schools also offer special religious education and special education in ethics via approved providers, where available.

Like all NSW schools, we have developed teaching and learning programs to suit our local context and the needs of our students.

To learn more about the curriculum in NSW, visit:

Stages of learning

There are 6 stages of learning from Kindergarten to Year 12. High school covers Stages 4 to 6.

  • Stage 4 includes Years 7 and 8.
  • Stage 5 includes Years 9 and 10.
  • Stage 6 includes Years 11 and 12.

MHS subject selection information night is held once a year in  mid June

Download: Senior Subject Selection Information Handbook 2024

Download: Senior Subject Preference Form 2024

Download: Junior Subject Selection Handbook 2024

Download: Year 10 into Year 11: Preliminary Subject Selection Interview Checklist 2024

For more information, contact Mrs Edwards, HT Secondary Studies and History

MHS subject selection handbooks

MHS subject selection information handbooks are designed to help students be more informed about subjects in order for them to make their choices as they head into either Year 11 or Year 9. These handbooks are updated yearly and available mid June.

After student have made their selections, each student will be interviewed and advised in Term 3 about their choices. These decisions are very important and may affect their future success at school and beyond.

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