Every year, Campion College welcomes students from a variety of educational backgrounds. Since its inception, Campion has attracted many students who have come from a home-schooling context. In fact, many of our top academic achievers, including winners of the College Medal, have been home-schooled.
There are a variety of admission pathways for home-schooled applicants including:
The Campion Bridging Program: Introduction to Western Civilisation provides a solid foundation for your tertiary studies in the liberal arts. It is an alternative entry pathway for students seeking admission to our three-year Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts or one-year Diploma of Liberal Arts.
The bridging program is self-paced and delivered through an online learning portal containing 13 pre-recorded lectures. This means you can start at any time and study at your own pace.
If you did not receive a formal secondary-level qualification (e.g., a Higher School Certificate, Victorian Certificate of Education or Queensland Certificate of Education) upon finishing your secondary education, you may become eligible to apply for admission to Campion College by completing the STAT (Special Tertiary Admission Test) or SAT.
Click here for more information about STAT.
It is also possible to become eligible to apply for admission to Campion College by completing the one-year (full-time) Certificate IV in the Liberal Arts at the Augustine Academy.
For more information, please see the Augustine Academy’s website here.