Curriculum overview

Year 7

In Year 7, all students have the same core subjects that they do across the full year, including English, Mathematics, German, Humanities, Music, Science, Health & Physical Education and Sport. All students also undertake practical subjects for half the year. These include Art, Materials Technology, Food Technology and Visual Communication. This gives each student the chance to ‘taste’ subjects that they may then choose from in the Years 8 – 9 elective program.

Throughout the year all students also take part in ‘Challenge’, a multi-disciplinary program that allows them to discover the contributions of famous ‘notables’ across time, explore the habitats and worlds of wildlife and experience ‘Master classes’ in a variety of areas.

Years 8 and 9

In Years 8 and 9, students undertake core subjects including English, Health & Physical Education, History and Geography, Mathematics, Science and Sport. In addition, all Year 9 students participate in Skillz, an interdisciplinary program, for 6 periods each week.

Students are then able to individualise their program by choosing electives across a range of areas, including the Arts, English, Health and Physical Education, Science and Technology. 

Electives include:

Architecture & Product Design      2D Art – Draw, Paint, Print 3D Art – Ceramics & Sculpture       
Digital Art   Graphic Design Creative Media
Filmmaking   Music – Music Performance   Music – Screen Music
Drama – Drama Masterclass   Drama – Stage School Programming Basics
Robotics   Food and Culture Food for Life
Creative Writing  Environmental Science Forensic Science
Invent and Learn Sports Science  


Year 10

In Year 10, our students broaden their horizons with access to a range of curriculum choices supported by the completion of core subjects. Students may specialise in areas of interest, laying the foundation for future career pathways. Students are also encouraged to undertake VCE subjects in their area of expertise.

Accounting Art        Business Management    
Chemistry Computer Studies Conspiracies of the 20th Century
Crime and Punishment Drama Disease and Immunology
Entertaining with Food Health in our Hands Media
Mullauna Masterclass Music People and Places
Physics Shape Up, Skill Up Wars, Rights and Freedoms
Who You Are Visual Communication Design  



The central focus is the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) with over 40 units from which students can choose to structure pathways to post-secondary education. As part of the Mullum Cluster of schools, Mullauna also offers students a range of Vocational Education and Training (VET) subjects as an integral part of their VCE course.