Governor Stirling Senior High School is Western Australia’s specialist engineering school. Students will be taught by highly skilled teachers and industry experts and engage in real life engineering projects, workshops and competitions.
Students will be equipped with skills they need to pursue a range of careers in engineering such as electrical, mechanical, chemical, environmental and civil engineering.
The Approved Specialist Program in Engineering is delivered with support from the University of Western Australia, and offers students:
Commencing in Year 7, the Approved Specialist Program in Engineering is delivered via 4 hours of tuition per week.
In Year 7 the Specialist Engineering Program is offered as an academic stream. This stream prepares students for university entrance. Our Specialist Engineering Program is also offered as a Vocational program stream in the later years. This stream provides nationally recognised certification in a range of engineering related industries in preparation for future education or training.
Entry into the Specialist Engineering Program is through a selection process. Students apply directly to the school. All applicants complete a selection test (stage 1). Those students selected from this test go on to do a practical task and interview (stage 2). Please provide a copy of the student’s most recent school report and Year 5 NAPLAN results.
Students apply the previous year for entry in the following year (Year 6 for entry in Year 7). Year 5 students may also register their interest.
To receive information about future places by contacting the school on (08) 6274 0300.