In Year 11 students undertake the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET). In order to accommodate a wide range of academic interests and strengths O’Loughlin Catholic College offers a broad selection of courses which allows each student to challenge his/herself, develop and pursue existing passions, and set up pathways that lead to numerous university and career opportunities. In order to satisfy the requirements of the NTCET, students are able to select subjects from the disciplines of Visual Arts; Business Enterprise and Technology; Cross Disciplinary English; Health and Physical Education; Humanities and Social Sciences; Languages; Mathematics and Sciences.
Students in Year 11 also have the opportunity to participate in the WorkReady Program. The program is designed to give students another pathway to successfully transition from school to work. It encourages students to undertake Vocational Educational Training (VET) courses that may lead to a School Based Apprenticeship. Therefore, in addition to studying senior secondary subjects at school, participating students also undertake external industry specific Vocational Educational Training.