The college is a hub for the community and promotes learning partnerships. These may be formal as with school-based apprenticeships and traineeships, and informal, through a range of links with local government agencies, businesses, clubs and interest groups.
Film and television industry
Building and construction industry
Marine precinct and industry
Tourism and business service industry.
The Secondary School continues to build upon the foundational learning from junior secondary, with a key focus on setting each individual student on their chosen learning pathway via:
Academic excellence throughout the core and elective subjects.
STEM Excellence program.
- Creative Arts tailored pathways in Art, Music, Dance, Drama, Film and TV
Athlete and Sport Development Program - Elite Future Stars and Talent Building Shooting Stars.
A strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy, with NAPLAN and QCS Master Classes, Reading Intervention and Literacy and Numeracy support programs.
Flexible pathways to meet the needs of OP and workforce bound students.
A strong emphasis on Vocational Education and Training (VET) for all students.
The wellbeing of the whole student including their academic, emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.
Our connectedness to the community with a range of local, regional and national community organizations.
Technology, Information Communication Technology, Certificate I in Business, Business Communications and Technology (BCT), Certificate II in Business and Accounting.
English and English Communications.
Health and Physical Education, Physical Education, Health Education and Certificate II in Community Recreation.
History, Geography, Modern History, Ancient History, Legal Studies, Languages other than English (LOTE) and Japanese.
Technology Studies, Textiles and Food Studies, Industrial Technology and Design, Graphics, Manufacturing Industry skills, Certificate II in Hospitality, Certificate I in Engineering and Certificate I in Construction, Manufacturing Studies
Junior school mathematics, Mathematics A, Mathematics B, Mathematics C and Prevocational Maths
Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Marine and Aquatics Pursuits and Science 21.
Upper Coomera State College (UCSC) Senior School (Year 10 to 12) offers students a very broad curriculum, individualised guidance, and a range of vocational, academic and extracurricular opportunities, leading to diverse career pathways.
Instrumental music, Arts, Dance, Drama, Media studies, Visual Arts, Film Television and New Media, Screen and Media and Multimedia Art studies.