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Congratulations to Tamika Michie from Carine Senior High School and Thomas Parker from WA College of Agriculture - Cunderdin who have been awarded the 2012 Rob Riley Memorial Prizes.
The Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority have just released school performance information for Year 12 in 2012.
Perth Modern School topped the academic table for Year 12 performance across all Western Australian schools in 2012. Hedland Senior High School was equal first on the table for vocational achievement with nine other schools.
Discover more about outstanding performances of these and other public schools at Ed-e-News.
A Western Australian public school student has taken out the State’s highest and most prestigious vocational award for Year 12 students – the VET Beazley Medal. Congratulations to Madisen Scott from Woodvale Secondary College. We wish her every success for the future.
Public school students also won an impressive 496 exhibitions and awards for 2012.
The Dux of school recognises the top Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) examinations students and Vocational Education and Training (VET) students in each Western Australian public school.
Discover the Dux of Public Schools for 2012.
In recognition of the achievement of these students, the WA Government’s Best and Brightest Award of $1,000 is presented to each eligible WACE examinations student and VET student in each public school.
Discover the Best and Brightest Award winners for 2012.
You can find out more about some of this year's High Achievers here.
Congratulations to our Year 12 graduates who achieved Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks (ATARs) of 99 and above, placing them in the top 1% of the State. They are now honorary members of the exclusive 99 Club.
Record number of public school students join elite '99 Club’ discover more.
Page last updated 15 February 2013