A big congratulations to our Year 12 student, Kate Stacey, on what is believed to be the region's highest Australian Tertiary Admission Ranlk (ATAR).
Kate's score of 99.35, is just a fraction of the State's top ATARS of 99.95. It comes after Kate achieved the All-Rounders List with Top Band results in five or more subjects. Kate achieved a Band 6 in Biology, Chemistry, English Advanced, Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1 and PDHPE.
Calrossy found out yesterday it had the top three students in the State in Primary Industries, in Safina Ireland, Megan Seis and Tessa Mitchell.
Megan also came second in the State in Agriculture.
"We're very, very pleased with the kids and looking forward to finding out what they do next ... we keep saying it's not just the results but what sort of adults they go on to be, and how work- and life-ready they are - and I think these kids are very equipped," said our Principal David Smith.
Our Secondary School Captains Kirrilly Filla and Matt Holmes are encouraging all Calrossy students to get involved in the event which commenced last year called "Light Up the Dawn" which is a way to honour our veterans without our traditional School representation at the march. How will you li...
Read More Apr 22 2021
(Cover photo and story by the Northern Daily Leader) Dedicated music rooms and independent learning facilities will be the main features of a new building project that commence at Calrossy Anglican School at the end of the year. The new Multipurpose classroom building is part of a further $...
Read More Apr 11 2021
Our Calrossy Secondary students were given the perfect opportunity to discover all about career paths in two very different fields recently. The Health Careers Forum at the University of Newcastle Department of Rural Health in Tamworth is always a popular drawcard for any student with an interes...
Read More Apr 07 2021