The Rabbitohs HSC Program is set to get underway at SEDA College in 2016. SEDA College will provide students entering Year 11 in 2016 with the opportunity to combine their passion for Rugby League with an exciting education pathway.
Izabella Jenkins was the first student accepted into SEDA College’s Rabbitohs HSC Program.
Having found out about the College and the Rabbitohs HSC program via the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Izabella made the decision to change schools for her Year 11 studies in 2016, as she saw SEDA College as an opportunity to be involved within the sport and recreation industry on daily basis and was attracted to the pathway opportunities into TAFE and university.
Izabella believes she learns best by ‘doing’ and was attracted to the idea of completing her HSC while being involved with a sport she is passionate about. Izabella is excited to be going to school with other students who have similar interests to her while gaining industry experience and building her knowledge of sport and the sports science industry.
Izabella is most looking forward to “being connected to the Club; running clinics and assisting the Club on game day.
“I go to games with my family most weekends, so being involved at a club level while completing my HSC is something I’m really looking forward to,” said Izabella.
Creating pathways to further study or employment is a key outcome of SEDA College. Izabella is hoping that through the program, she can work towards her aspirations of studying physiotherapy or as a dietician/nutritionist.
An information night will be held for prospective students and their parents wishing to find out more about SEDA College and the Rabbitohs HSC Program:
Dates: Wednesday 14th October
Where: Cricket NSW (opposite NRL central), Driver Avenue, Moore Park NSW 2021
To register your interest in attending the above sessions, email your name, parent’s name and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more information about SEDA College and the Rabbitohs HSC Program, visit www.sedacollege.nsw.edu.au or phone 1300 11 7332.