More than 100 Year 12 students have been recognised for their academic achievements and extra-curricular activities and community service at the annual Board of Senior Secondary Studies (BSSS) Recognition of Excellence Awards.
A total of 104 students were honoured at a ceremony yesterday, where Minister for Education and Training Joy Burch congratulated all Year 12 students for their hard work and dedication to their education in the secondary years.
“While this is the end of their formal school life, I have no doubt each student will go on to a unique and fulfilling education pathway or career,” Ms Burch said.
“I would also like to thank all of the teachers and families who have supported the students throughout their studies in Years 11 and 12.
“ACT students continue to lead the nation in educational achievements and outcomes and the work of all our dedicated teachers in the ACT education system is critical to this success.
“I congratulate each and every student for their achievements and wish them well on their respective journeys post school.”
Students can access their Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) from their schools or via the University Admission Centre website, www.uac.edu.au.
ACT Year 12 outcomes data will be available on the BSSS website, www.bsss.act.edu.au, on Wednesday.
A list of award recipients can be viewed here.
(Joy Burch Media Release)