Staff at Don College will assist you with planning and achieving a pathway to university, TasTAFE and other career and work options. There are lots of subjects to choose from at Don College but the most important choice for you is to continue your learning to year 12 and beyond.


What subjects do we offer at Don?

Don College Subjects 2025.pdf
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Click Here for the Don College Subject Information Pages
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Click Here for the brochure for Don College Transition Education - Life Skill Program for students with higher and additional needs
Visit the Education Department's Year 11 & 12 Course Guide on the web
Please note: we offer almost 120 courses at Don College so match the subject information in the 'DoE Student Guide for Years 11 and 12' with the relevant course choices in the 'Don College Course Offerings' document above.

How do I enrol in Don College?

For enquiries please phone the college on 64 240200.

Students in a local Government High School...

For students in Sheffield School, Reece High School, Devonport High School, Ulverstone Secondary College, Latrobe High School, Deloraine High School and Penguin District School, the transition process will be run through your school. We are working hard to provide the information you need to make informed choices going forward. Information is posted here on the website about the college, subject choices and the process of enrolling so please have a look around.

Rest assured our staff will work closely with students and staff in your schools to assist with course selections.

Students from non-Government Schools or Interstate...

If you are not currently enrolled in a Tasmanian Government school and you want to explore the possibility of attending Don College then we encourage you to phone Don College reception on 64240200 or submit an online expression of interest through the link below and we will provide an information pack.

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Don College prides itself in providing excellent educational opportunities to young people. In order to take full advantage students are encouraged to:

Attend all classes
Complete set work
Respect the rights of all members of the Don College community to receive an education, be safe and have their property respected in a drug and alcohol free environment
Use the college as a place of learning

18 Years or Over?

Students aged 18 or older wanting to enrol at Don College for the first time need to apply to an Assistant Principal. Applications are considered on merit. All new students 18 years and over must have a current Volunteer class Registration to Work with Vulnerable People (RWVP) card. Online applications for RWVP cards can be completed by visiting:

Department of Justice - Working with children