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A GREATER CHOICE: Seymour College senior students Laura Purvis of Farrell Flat and Millie Hooper of Myrtle Bank enjoy learning at the school.

​Seymour College has a long history of high achievement in girls’ education in South Australia.

Now, in less than two years, Seymour has been authorised to offer a new choice for students commencing in 2017: the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).

Seymour will continue to offer both the SACE and the IBDP, giving students more options and opportunities depending on their learning preferences.

“While the IBDP represents an exciting new dimension in our curriculum offerings at Seymour, we remain strongly committed to the SACE and recognise that it continues to be an excellent and highly suitable learning pathway for many of our senior students,” said Seymour College principal, Melissa Powell.

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Prince Alfred CollegeSacred Heart CollegeSeymour CollegeSaint Peter’s CollegetafeSAUniversity of South AustraliaWestminster SchoolWalford Anglican School for Girls“Our extensive and flexible curriculum enables girls to follow their ambition and select subjects that they are not only passionate about, but provide the best platform for their chosen future.”

The IBDP gives students a greater breadth of subjects to choose from.

It fosters in students a love of lifelong learning, enabling them to develop as problem solvers, deep thinkers and inquirers.

These qualities are in keeping with Seymour’s traditions as well as being traits required by universities and employers in the 21st century.Seymour has also been working passionately to introduce the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) for its younger students from Foundation to Year 5.

The aim is to be fully authorised by the end of 2017.

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