International Programs Offered
The fee paying International programs that are offered to overseas students at Brighton Secondary School:
- Intensive Secondary English Course (ISEC)
- High School Study Abroad Programs
- High School Graduate Program
- Short Term Visits
- Exchange Programs
International students who study at Brighton Secondary School are supported by a committed team of staff comprising of an International Student Coordinator, Manager, Bilingual School Support Officer, the School Counsellors and highly experienced caring teachers.
We endeavour to build strong relationships with students, parents and homestay families to ensure the positive engagement and successful achievement of all international students.
Special orientation and pastoral care, enables International Students to get to know each other and to feel welcome within the school community.
Intensive Secondary English Course (ISEC)
The ISEC program is offered in a learning environment that nurtures social cohesion and intercultural perspectives for students before they enter the mainstream. This class usually consists of no more than fifteen students, who have a program specially designed to assist in developing their English proficiency, their knowledge of Australia and Australian lifestyle and introductory courses designed to familiarise students with schooling Australia.
High School Study Abroad Program
These students come as fee paying students, usually for three, six or twelve months and live in government organised and approved homestay accommodation. Study Abroad students can choose from academic or experiential programs suitable for their interests and needs. Many of our Japanese, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Italian, French, Chinese and Brazilian students come to us under this program. For further information please visit International Education Services at www.internationalstudents.sa.edu.au and express a preference for Brighton Secondary School. To view entry requirements into Brighton’s Special Interest Music and Volleyball Programs click on the licks below.
High School Graduate Program
This is our largest group of students. If you come to us in this program you will probably want to complete all your secondary studies and maybe your tertiary education in Adelaide or elsewhere in Australia. Students have come from China, Japan, Vietnam, Korea, Hong Kong SAR, Lao and Germany. For students who have a limited command of English, an ISEC (Intensive Secondary English Course) program where students improve their general English language skills while also learning the specialist language of different academic areas can be offered. On completion of the ISEC course, students move into mainstream classes with local students while continuing to study ESL (English as a Second Language).
On average, over the last 4 years, 90% of graduating Year 12 International Students have gone onto further study in Australia or their home country.
Home stay is coordinated by International Education Services and is support by the school. For further details about application processes and Home stay services go to: www.internationalstudents.sa.edu.au
Short Term Visits
The school also hosts short term visiting student groups, usually for up to 14 days. While here, students stay with Australian families to experience our lifestyle.
This program includes English classes, experiential programs of mainstream lessons and excursions in and around Adelaide.
Schools may negotiate with International Education Services to have a two week program at Brighton Secondary School.
Brighton Secondary School manages its own home stay program for short-term visiting students. Our home stay program is one of a kind and has been recognised for its high quality and success.
Host families are carefully screened and selected by our International Program Manager who ensures that the best quality of care and safety is provided at all times. Home stay accommodation is available with selected families in locations close to the school. Host families transport students to and from the school and other venues and provide packed lunches and drinks during the school week.
Weekend activities are left to the discretion of the host families and these often include family picnics and barbecues, trips to the beach (weather permitting) or trips into the hills or country areas or to entertainment and shopping complexes.
If you would like to know how to become a Host Family please contact the school on 83758238 or Debbie Parsons at email@example.com
Our school has an enviable reputation for continued academic success with international students.
Many courses at our school are very popular and fill quickly. To help us better provide subjects of choice we;
1. Ask that you click on the following link to our School Curriculum Handbook and research courses that you might be interested in studying at Brighton Secondary School.
2.Fill in the subject preference sheet.
(N.B. Please provide 10 preferences as some courses may be unavailable.)
3.Email your course selection to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more detailed information (offered in a variety of languages) about studying in Adelaide please click on the following link: www.studyadelaide.com
South Australian Government Schools can help you enrol to study abroad at our school. For other enquiries about studying abroad please contact the International Education Services office at email@example.com or +61 8 8226 3402
Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Legislative Framework