Resilience in Covid times provides great results
To say students had a challenging time in 2020 is an understatement, but data has been crunched to see if COVID stress impacted students' HSC results.
While the numbers of distinguished achievers, those who achieved one or more band 6 marks, were down from the year before across the board, Calrossy managed to come out of the pandemic year with more rankings and higher results than they received in 2019. Calrossy came away with 50 distinguished achievers and three state rankings out of 94 students who sat the exams. Principal David Smith was proud there wasn't a dip in results from last year, however was pleased and surprised to see the great work spread across the cohort and not concentrated in a handful of students.
"For us I think what was good was the results overall were similar to last year and also spread around more students," he said.
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