Learning Korean at schools

NSW Saturday School of Community Languages

About
  • The NSW Government's Saturday School of Community Languages (SSCL) is a public secondary school which delivers language education
Curriculum
  • The school offers migrant students and international students enrolled in secondary schools or TAFE institutions the opportunity to learn the language they speak at home
  • Twenty-four languages including Korean are taught to students in Years 7 to 12 according to the NSW Government's language education curriculum
  • Credits earned at SSCL are recognised as equivalent to regular credits earned at the student's weekday school
Learning Korean at SSLC
  • SCL offers face-to-face Korean language lessons on Saturdays at designated school locations to students in Years 7 to 12, if a course in Korean is not offered at their weekday school
  • Students in Years 11 and 12 can choose Korean for their Higher School Certificate (HSC) study
The Korean language program
  • Korean (for Years 7~10) : 2 hours every Saturday during school terms
  • HSC Korean (for Years 11 and 12) : 3 hours every Saturday during school terms
  • Korean in Context : Enrolment is open to students who were born in Australia or have migrated to Australia before age 10
  • Korean Language and Literature : Enrolment is open to students who arrived in Australia after age 10
SSCL Centres offering Korean
  • Chatswood High School Centre : 24 Centennial Avenue, Chatswood
  • The Hills Sports High School Centre : Best Road, Seven Hills
  • Strathfield Girls High School Centre : Albert Road, Strathfield
Enrolment
  • To enrol in a SSCL Korean course please download the enrolment application form from the school's website and submit the completed form through your weekday school either by post or email
A Look at the School