RELIEVING director-general of the Department of Education and Communities, Pam Christie congratulated NSW public school students for their outstanding results in this year’s HSC.
“Public school students gained 67 of the 124 NSW Board of Studies First in Course places, with six First in Course places going to TAFE NSW students.
“Results in maths and science are particularly notable, with first places in chemistry,physics, maths extension 1 and maths extension 2,” she said.
“Public school students also achieved more than 50 per cent of first places in language subjects.
“Regional public schools were strongly represented, with eight First in Course places on the First in Course list.
“TAFE NSW students have also achieved remarkably well, as have the public selective schools.
“These results show that the state’s public education system is producing top academic achievers regardless of where a student chooses to study.”
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