At Youth Futures Community School we understand that mainstream school isn’t for everyone. That’s why we offer young people the opportunity to complete their education in a flexible, fun and supportive environment. With schools in Albany, Caversham, Clarkson and Midland, Youth Futures Community School provides disengaged young people aged 12-19 with an alternative to traditional high school.
The school is suited to young people who are ready for a structured classroom but with additional support. We offer our students a flexible environment where they can complete their education while getting the extra one-on-one support they need to reach their potential. This includes a large focus on personal development, work readiness, health and wellbeing. Following a model of both education and holistic care we ensuring students receive the wrap-around support needed to reach their future potential.
Australian Curriculum Framework for young people in years 8 & 9. Available at the Midland campus only.
For young people in years 10,11 & 12 we offer:
22472VIC - Certificate I in General Education for Adults
22473VIC - Certificate II in General Education for Adults
22474VIC - Certificate III in General Education for Adults
RII20715 - Certificate II in Civil Construction
Other short courses, e.g. SmartMoves Certificate, White Card, Keys For Life
For young people not quite ready to engage in on-site learning we offer a mobile classroom service called Comet Connect.
In partnership with the Motivation Foundation we offer Certificate II in Civil Construction and/or Resource and Infrastructure Work at a campus in West Swan.
The VET qualifications are delivered and assessed in partnership with Futures Education and Training, RTO number 52833. Youth Futures Community School is registered as a non-government CaRE school with the WA Department of Education.