In Year 8, students study Digital Technologies and focus on further developing understanding and skills in computational thinking, such as decomposing problems, and engaging students with a wider range of information systems as they broaden their experiences and involvement in national, regional and global activities.

In Year 9, students study Digital Technologies and focus on further developing understanding and skills in computational thinking such as precisely and accurately describing problems and the use of modular approaches to solutions. Students are engaged in specialised learning in preparation for the senior secondary years.

In Year 10, students study Interdisciplinary Intelligence and Innovation (i3). This course integrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) into solving real-world problems. Students are given opportunities to develop the technical capabilities required in our online and emerging world, and build key attributes needed in future 21st century occupations.

Students are also offered the opportunity to choose a variety of electives in Years 9 and 10, including:
• Creating Apps
• Technical Drawing
• Digital Design
• Mechatronics
• Enterprise Business and Technology
• Young People and the Law

In Years 11 and 12, students can study courses in:
• Accounting and Finance ATAR
• Applied Information Technology ATAR
• Applied Information Technology General
• Business Management and Enterprise ATAR
• Business Management and Enterprise General