GRADUATES: Southern Cross K-12 Year 12 formal.
GRADUATES: Southern Cross K-12 Year 12 formal. Richard Windeyer

Over 30 early offers for Southern Cross students

OVER thirty early offers for university placement have already been received by Southern Cross School K-12 students. Offers have come in thick and fast from reputable Universities such as Griffith University, Southern Cross University and the University of New England (UNE) and main round offers are expected to bring many more in January.

2016 School Captain, Harry Goodman says he is still tossing up his options after having received an early offer to UNE to pursue a Bachelor of Pharmacy and an interview opportunity for the NSW teaching Scholarships.

Student, Nicola Ellis had her artwork chosen for consideration of ARTEXPRESS 2017. Quite a few of the Year 12 graduates have also found full time employment and apprenticeships already and one student accepteda full time job as a Graphic Industrial Designer the day after his last exam.

Southern Cross Distance Education (SCDE) students also performed well throughout their HSC, with a record number of 33 students having achieved a Higher School certificate this year, the highest number yet through Distance.

SCDE student, Kaila Jones has been nominated to submit her work for consideration in ARTEXPRESS 2017, while Andrew Street won the Andy Roberts Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement as an SES Cadet. To date, six SCDE students have received early offers to University with more likely to be made in main round offers.

The staff at Southern Cross School K-12 wish all their Year 12 students success as they go forth as happy, resilient and confident young adults.



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