The countdown is over for the release of the 2017 Higher School Certificate results.
Year 12 students throughout the Great Lakes have today, Thursday, December 14. learned their Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).
The ATAR is the number between 0.00 and 99.95 that indicates a student’s position relative to all the students who started high school with them in Year 7 and is calculated solely for use by institutions, either on its own or with other selection criteria, to rank and select school leavers for their courses.
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St Clare’s High School principal Peter Nicholls said: “Our young people represented themselves, their families and the school with great poise and pride.
“I would like to thank them all for the contribution they have made to school life and to thank their parents for entrusting them to St Clare’s over the past years.
“We are very proud of the 2017 HSC cohort and will watch with great interest as they make their way in the world.”
St Clare’s High School presented the following awards:
- Reuben F Scarf Award : Sarah Earley
- Caltex Best All Rounder : Sean Page
- Club Taree Tertiary Scholarship : Shayla Mancell
- ADF Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Award : Kylie Neilson
- Taree-Wingham Race Club : Carol Healey
- Hospitality Award : Ruby Jones
- Federal Member’s School Community Service Award : Abbi Greenaway
- University of Newcastle Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence in Year 12 : Sophie Wood
- University of New England Vice-Chancellor’s High Achievement Prize : Jessica Cheers and Demi Fox
- Mid Coast Connect Vocational Education and Training Award : Jayden Wisemantel
- Rotary Club of Taree North/Ray Wallis Education Scholarship : Kylie Neilson
- St Clare’s High School Academic Excellence Award : Michael O’Dwyer
- St Clare’s High School Citizenship Award : Hannah Lewis
- St Clare’s High School Leadership Award : Sarah Ward
- St Clare’s High School CLARE Award : Kristy Bell