Forty-two Bowral High students received top percentile rankings in one or more of their courses.
These results spanned 27 courses.
Bowral High’s principal Kathryn Brennan said;
“I have been privileged to share in the development of these fine young people over the past six years and am very proud to be able to report on their exemplary achievements in this year’s HSC”.
Bowral High School, a comprehensive country school, and a recognised Centre of Excellence in the Performing Arts, had 1,103 students enrolled in 2000.
Bowral High School’s ongoing partnership with Moss Vale TAFE resulted in student success in HSC studies ranging from Community Services to Child Studies.
One hundred and twenty-two students gained the highly valued HSC credential, with six receiving a Record of Achievement as they accumulate their HSC over a maximum of five years via Pathways, combining work and study.
Students who achieved marks of 90 percent or more in a HSC course were:
Lee Arkapaw (Ancient History-Personalities and their Times), Melanie Bulfin (Science for Life), Emily Campbell (English-Contemporary), Joanne Finlayson (Life Management), Danielle Kendall-Hall (Mathematics 2U), Kate Masters (English 2U, Modern History 3U), Leah Mauger (Mathematics 2U and 3U), Christine Reynolds (Business Studies 3U) and Arwen Wilson (Ancient History 2 and English 3U).
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