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GUESTS Program

 

Students in Year 12 School of Combined Performing Arts and School of Film and Television are offered the unique opportunity to participate in the Griffith University Early Start to Tertiary Studies (GUESTS) Program which is facilitated on the Sheldon College Campus. Through the GUESTS Program, motivated students can experience the challenge and excitement of university life by studying a university course (subject) whilst still at high school.

Creative Arts at Sheldon College

This course is available to any OP eligible student who meets the GUESTS entry requirements. Students are required to submit samples of their work from Year 11 plus have the following academic results, a HA in a Year 11 Film and Media related subject, a HA in Year 11 English and passing grades in all other Authority subjects. All applicants must be able to use and have access to Adobe Photoshop, After Effects and Maya.

Performance Arts at Sheldon College

This course is available to any OP eligible student who meets the GUESTS entry requirements; a HA in Year 11 Drama, a HA in Year 11 English and passing grades in all other Authority subjects.

For further details please refer to the Griffith University website: www.griffith.edu.au/guestsprogram.

For more information about the GUESTS Program at Sheldon College, please contact Senior Schooling on (07) 3206 5550 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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ASTA Professionals Fees & Prospectus

2017 ASTA Professionals Fee Structure

Year 9 and 10 Course - $294 per Term
Year 11 and 12 Course - $392 per Term

Please note, the 2018 Fee Structure has not been released to date.

Please click the link below to download a copy of the ASTA Professionals Program prospectus for 2017. For further information on the Australian School of the Arts at Sheldon College, please call (07) 3206 5594 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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ASTA Professionals Timetable 2017

SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION (FTV) - YEAR 11 and 12

Wednesdays - 1:10pm to 3:30pm
Fridays - 2:20pm to 3:30pm
ASTA FTV Students will also be involved in a rotation assembly schedule from 7:30am each Friday.  Selected students will also be requested at various events throughout the year.  Parents and students will be advised in advance of when they will be required.

SCHOOL OF COMBINED PERFORMING ARTS (CPA) - YEAR 9 and 10


Term 1 and 2

Wednesdays - 3.45pm to 6.00pm (Voice, Dance and Acting)

Term 3 and 4

Wednesdays - 3.45pm to 4.45pm (Elective A - Voice, Acting or Dance)
Wednesdays - 4.50pm to 5.50pm (Elective B - Voice, Acting or Dance)

SCHOOL OF COMBINED PERFORMING ARTS (CPA) - YEAR 11 and 12

Wednesdays - 1.10pm to 2.30pm (Elective A - Voice, Acting or Dance)
Wednesdays - 2.35pm to 3.55pm (Elective B - Voice, Acting or Dance)
Wednesdays - 4.00pm to 5.30pm ('Futures' Elective C)

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART - YEAR 9 and 10

Wednesdays - 3.45pm to 5.30pm
Fridays - 2.20pm to 4.00pm
All Visual Art students are welcome to studio time to complete any unfinished work from either their curriculum or ASTA Professionals class on a Wednesday afternoon from 3:30pm.

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART - YEAR 11 and 12

Wednesdays - 2.20pm to 5.30pm
Fridays - 2.20pm to 4.00pm
All Visual Art students are welcome to studio time to complete any unfinished work from either their curriculum or ASTA Professionals class on a Wednesday afternoon from 3:30pm.

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‘West Side Story’ Surpasses All Expectations

Sheldon College has once again lifted the bar for the standard of school musicals in Queensland with their latest stunning contemporary presentation of the classic “West Side Story” at the Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC).

Over 2,000 audience members were unanimous in their standing ovations and feedback to the College on the unparalleled professionalism of the musical theatre performance. A cast and crew of over 120 students delivered on what is widely regarded as the most difficult of Broadway musicals to present in a school setting. Some outstanding reviews were posted online about the show, and there was significant social media coverage during the performance week. It was another inspiring achievement from the Sheldon College Community and in particular the students of the Australian School of the Arts who provided many of the lead roles.

"These students far surpassed mine and more importantly their own expectations with this show. Their ability to deal with such a mature storyline and present it in such a way that left their audience in tears is a real tribute to the hours of hard work they put in on a weekly basis. Students were looking forward to being able to extend their experience and new skills gained during the musical as they settled back into their curriculum studies".Director/Producer - Darren Harvey

The decision for a 2015 musical will be made leading up to the Annual Arts Academies Awards on Saturday 20 September 2014.

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