Kew High School provides an inclusive and diverse curriculum that caters for students of wide ranging cultural and educational backgrounds. Students have access to a wide range of educational and vocational pathways. Programs at the school enable:
Enhancement of transition into, through and beyond school
Enhancement of student connectedness and self esteem through the CONNECT program
Strengthening of induction processes for new students and their families
A range of initiatives and programs have been implemented by the school to keep young people engaged in education. These initiatives include Managed Individual Pathways (MIPS). MIPS ensures that all students who are 15 years and older, in government schools, have current individual pathway plans. A Managed Individual Pathway plan is established at the Year 10 level with the assistance of a transition broker. Students also receive counselling from the Careers Counsellor after undergoing Vocational Guidance.
Career pathways for students in Years 11 and 12 are revisited in individual sessions with the Careers Counsellor. Students are contacted after leaving school and advice and assistance is available if required.