Update on Willoughby Public School Expansion Progress

I have done two articles on Willoughby Public School previously introducing the school and discuss its expansion plan. You can find both below.

I have recently visited the school again and walked around to take some photos of the expansion in progress for both Willoughby Public School and Willoughby Girls High School. Looking at the progress, it should be ready next year or first half for sure. Both schools were previously fully stuffed with all types of demountable classrooms, so it was really nice to see the expansion happening and on track.

The first photo is the view of the school from the front gate, it is a good mix of the old and new.

Willloughby Public School
Willloughby Public School expansion from front gate

Following image shows the main expansion building for the Willoughby Public School, as you can see it is progressed pretty far already and should not be too long before it is ready.

Willoughby Public School Main Expansion Building
Willoughby Public School Main Expansion Building

Next shows the massive amount of new demountable classrooms brought in to hold over, I lost count but it is around 30. These are shared with Willoughby Girls High School, so not all are only used by the Willoughby Public School.

Willoughby Public School Demountable Classrooms
Willoughby Public School Demountable Classrooms

Rest of the school are more or less the same as before and you can see photos of them from my previous article entry. I am also putting two photos of Willoughby Girls High School here as this is considered as one expansion plan and carried out at same time.

First is the main expansion building for the neighouring Willoughby Girls High School. It takes place on what use to be the tennis court. Demonstration of how tight the space got in some Sydney school, the tennis court where the construction now taken place was taken over by demountable classrooms already. The last photo was where some demountable classrooms use to sit and now a construction site and looks like so far mostly used for storage of material and equipments.

Willough Girls High School Main Expansion Building
Willough Girls High School Main Expansion Building
Willoughby Girls High School Construction Site
Willoughby Girls High School Construction Site

This is certainly exciting times and I look forward to see the expansion when it finishes.

As usual, contact the school in question or Department of Education for the final confirmation and you can also access the full NSW and Sydney Public School Catchment Map by following this link.

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Strict enforcement of enrolment ceiling in NSW schools

There were a number of articles that came out in the last few days and I feel this needs to be further discussed. I won’t list all the article, just one as example “‘Heavy-handed’: Schools crack down on out-of-area enrolments“.

To summarise what has been discussed in the articles on why the new strict enforcement is happening

  1. School choice had been great for parents but no so good for student distribution between schools within NSW.
  2. Because of school choice and none strict enforcement of enrolment guidelines with some principles it resulted in some schools bursting at seams with enrolment and others with plenty of classrooms empty.

What will be done to achieve this

  1. NSW Department of Education’s Asset Management Unit will calculate an enrolment cap and will discuss the suggested cap with each principal. This enrolment cap is expected to be finalised by the end of this term.
  2. If the enrolment number exceed this population limit due to out of area enrolment, then no new demountable buildings will be given.
  3. Introduction of 100 point system requirement for enrolment for schools that are in high demand. This is nothing new in my personal experience, some schools currently demand more documents than what you need to open a bank account already.
  4. Students already enroled will not be affected, however sibling not enroled will be.
  5. Schools under the cap will be able to take out of area applications at school’s discretion.
  6. Schools with close to this cap will have to convene a panel and sibling being one of the most important factor in deciding this.
  7. Schools over the cap will not able to take out of area applications and required to reduce the student population over time as well.
  8. In specific circustance principles can request for enrolment of out of area students with the Department of Education’s regional manager.
  9. Academic merit will not be part of critieria for out of area enrolment application.

Technically this is not that different from the current rule, just a lot less discretion on the part of respective principles. I visited a lot of schools and some have virtually very little permenant buildings so it would be interesting to see how this cap are came up. Long term this will have a lot of flow-on effects, particular in the cases where siblings may be forced to be split to attend different public schools.

We will not know exactly how this will affect the actual enrolment of each individual schools until next term and it will be interesting to see how this further developers.

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2019 NSW Selective High School Minimum Entry Score

Please note this is a normalised number not a raw score and it is used for enrolment for 2019 entry. The actual test was done in 2018. Quoting NSW Department of Education.

There are 17 fully selective high schools, 26 high schools with selective classes (partially selective), 4 agricultural high schools2and a virtual selective class provision offering selective placement in Year 7 for entry in 2019.

Number of vacancies: 4,256
Number of applicants: 14,5011

Also, the minimum score in 2019 is a lot higher than the ones in 2018 and given the score is normalised, this must mean there are changes on how the results are normalised. Anyhow enjoy the table and have fun with your weekend.

School_nameRounded_cut_off
James Ruse Agricultural High School250
North Sydney Boys High School234
Baulkham Hills High School230
Sydney Boys High School229
Hornsby Girls High School227
North Sydney Girls High School226
Girraween High School225
Normanhurst Boys High School225
Sydney Girls High School225
Fort Street High School222
Northern Beaches Secondary College Manly Campus217
Chatswood High School215
Penrith High School215
Parramatta High School210
Hurlstone Agricultural High School207
St George Girls High School207
Ryde Secondary College201
Caringbah High School198
Sydney Technical High School198
Sefton High School197
Blacktown Boys High School195
Smiths Hill High School194
Merewether High School191
Blacktown Girls High School189
Tempe High School189
Gosford High School188
Alexandria Park Community School186
Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt Campus186
Rose Bay Secondary College184
Sydney Secondary College Balmain Campus182
Macquarie Fields High School179
Prairiewood High School177
Moorebank High School176
Aurora College (Virtual)172
Bonnyrigg High School162
Elizabeth Macarthur High School162
Gorokan High School161
Grafton High School161
Granville Boys High School161
Peel High School161
Armidale High School160
Auburn Girls High School160
Karabar High School160
Kooringal High School160

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North Kellyville Public School

This page contains the information and the catchment map for North Kellyville Public School in Sydney, NSW. You can search for a particular school or address in the search box in the top right-hand corner of the embedded map or zoom into an area of interest on the map.

The most common name used by NSW Department of Education is called “catchment” which refer to that students resides in a particular area is guaranteed a position in specific schools. When discussed from the perspective of a particular school is often referred to as one of the following terms.

  • School Zone
  • School intake area
  • School catchment

As usual contact the school in question or Department of Education for the final confirmation and you can also access the full NSW and Sydney Public School Catchment Map by following this link.

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Bella Vista Public School

This page contains the information and the catchment map for Bella Vista Public School in Sydney, NSW. You can search for a particular school or address in the search box in the top right-hand corner of the embedded map or zoom into an area of interest on the map.

The most common name used by the NSW Department of Education is called “catchment” which refer to that students resides in a particular area is guaranteed a position in specific schools. When discussed from the perspective of a particular school is often referred to as one of the following terms.

  • School Zone
  • School intake area
  • School catchment

As usual contact the school in question or Department of Education for the final confirmation and you can also access the full NSW and Sydney Public School Catchment Map by following this link.

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O’Connell Street Public School

This page contains the information and the catchment map for O’Connell Street Public School in Sydney, NSW. You can search for a particular school or address in the search box in the top right-hand corner of the embedded map or zoom into an area of interest on the map.

The most common name used by NSW Department of Education is called “catchment” which refer to that students resides in a particular area is guaranteed a position in specific schools. When discussed from the perspective of a particular school is often referred to as one of the following terms.

  • School Zone
  • School intake area
  • School catchment

As usual contact the school in question or Department of Education for the final confirmation and you can also access the full NSW and Sydney Public School Catchment Map by following this link.

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Changes to Sydney/NSW Secondary School Catchment for 2019

I went over the high school catchment zone for Sydney in the last few days. Following are the changes and update to 2019 Sydney/NSW secondary school catchment updates.

  • First and not the last I have corrected some spelling mistakes in the previous map which is my bad.
  • Glenwood high school expansion to the north pretty much doubled its current catchment. This overlaps with new The Ponds High School catchment. Looking at the information available, the overlapping shaded area should cease to exist in 2019 from what I understand. However, there is still overlapping area, so as usual, I recommend contacting the school in question for the final confirmation.
  • Riverstone High School covers the western part of The Ponds High School. My understanding is that same as Glenwood High School, the overlaid part of the catchment is meant to exclusively belong to The Ponds High School, however, the official information still indicates otherwise. So I would still highly recommend contacting the school in question as well in this case.
  • Wyndham College shows it covers what is part of The Ponds High School as well. The Ponds High School catchment is supposed to be exclusive from 1st of January 2019 so I would suggest contacting the school in question for final confirmation as above.
  • Chifley College Dunheved Campus expanded to the southeastern corner now covering most of the suburb of Whalan.
  • Beverly Hills Girls High School big expansion to the east it now covers most of Roseland and Beverly Hills.
  • Mini-expansion of Casula high school to the western tip covering a small patch of what previously was no man land. Plus small expansion to the southern edge taking over parts of what used to be part of Ingleburn High School, this is mostly no man’s land as well.
  • Ingleburn High School loses most of the northern part over the railway, most of those do not look to be residential, so catchment wise that is really not much of a change.
  • John Edmondson High School lost the southwestern corner west of Deepfields road to Mount Annan High School, relative to the existing its existing catchment, it is a fairly minor change.
  • Mount Annan High School huge expansion to the north of Camden valley way, this almost double the size of the existing catchment. The added part is not as populated compared to the existing zone, but this is still a very significant expansion. The expansion corresponds to the shrinking of
    Elizabeth Macarthur High School and
  • Elizabeth Macarthur High School catchment also shrinks very significantly, it lost part that is north-west of Camden Valley way and The northern road to Elderslie High School. It also lost the northeastern section over Oran park drive to Mount Annan High School.
  • As previously discussed Elderslie High School gained towards east all the way until The northern road.

The most common name used by the NSW Department of Education is called “catchment” which refer to that students resides in a particular area are guaranteed a position in specific schools. When discussed from the perspective of a particular school is often referred to as one of the following terms.

  • School Zone
  • School intake area
  • School catchment

As usual contact the school in question or Department of Education for the final confirmation and you can also access the full NSW and Sydney High School Catchment Map by following this link.

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Changes to Sydney public school catchment in 2019

I have been working on this for the last three weeks and have completed it yesterday. Following are a list of changes in public/primary school catchments in Sydney/NSW. There are a lot of changes actually this year compare the last few.

  • Roseville Public School lost the southeastern corner of the previous catchment that is east of the High Street is given to the Castlecove Public School.
  • Willoughby Public School lost the northeastern corner and that is given to Castlecove Public School as well.
  • New school in Parramatta called O’Connel Street Public School has established and opened. It will start to take on kindergarten students in the year 2019. It will be open to kindergarten to year 6 from 2020. It will be taken over part of nearby school’s catchment in particular Parramatta and Westmead Public School.
  • As above, Parramatta Public School will lose the northern half of the current catchment from the year 2019 to 2020.
  • Westmead Public School catchment will also shrink from the year 2019 to 2020 and basically lose everything north of the railway and those become part of the new O’Connel Street Public School.
  • Crestwood public school catchment got very minor shrinkage.
  • Matthew Pearce Public School major shrink of northern part and those are now part of the new Bella Vista Public School.
  • Bella Vista Public School has opened and taken over the northern part of the Matthew Pearce Public School and the southwestern part of what was previously Kellyville Public School.
  • Kellyville Public School’s southern half become part of the new Bella Vista Public School’s catchment.
  • Haberfield Public School major enlarge of the catchment to the south of the Parramatta road at the expense of the Ashfield Public School. Minor loss on the northern section which was given to the Dobroyd Point Public School.
  • Again as previously said Ashfield Public School lost of northern half to Haberfield public school.
  • Ironbark Ridge Public School’s eastern half that is east of the Smalls Creek is now the catchment of the new North Kellyville Public School.
  • Parklea Public School minor shrink on the southern border with Caddies Creek Public School absorbing those changes. This could be a mistake on my part last time around as the changes are very minor.

As usual contact the school in question or Department of Education for the final confirmation and you can also access the full NSW and Sydney Public School Catchment Map by following this link.

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Top 100 Ranking NSW Sydney Secondary School in 2017 (Non-government and Private)

Top ranking NSW Sydney Secondary Schools (Non-government and Private) for the year 2017. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment number so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some school got big enrolment number as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia wide. Just so to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year of 2017.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationTotal EnrolmentCombined Score As Percentage of Number One School In Australia Regardless of School Sector
1Sydney Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities187694.15%
2St Aloysius' CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities124288.82%
3AbbotsleighNSWIndependentMajor Cities142088.67%
4SCEGGS DarlinghurstNSWIndependentMajor Cities92087.08%
5Meriden SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities107187.06%
6Tara Anglican School for GirlsNSWIndependentMajor Cities71886.98%
7Presbyterian Ladies' College SydneyNSWIndependentMajor Cities125886.89%
8KambalaNSWIndependentMajor Cities94486.87%
9Pymble Ladies' CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities211886.51%
10Ascham SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities114686.47%
11MLC SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities115486.13%
12Roseville CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities93585.87%
13Wenona SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities108185.53%
14Tangara School for GirlsNSWIndependentMajor Cities56485.51%
15Ravenswood School for GirlsNSWIndependentMajor Cities111985.44%
16Queenwood School for GirlsNSWIndependentMajor Cities87385.43%
17Al Noori Muslim SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities179085.24%
18St Catherine's SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities103985.16%
19The King's SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities167685.03%
20Monte Sant' Angelo Mercy CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities116085.02%
21Kincoppal - Rose Bay School of the Sacred HeartNSWIndependentMajor Cities88484.98%
22Kesser Torah CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities29484.87%
23Montgrove CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities56584.74%
24Loreto KirribilliNSWIndependentMajor Cities109684.69%
25SCECGS RedlandsNSWIndependentMajor Cities154984.69%
26Knox Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities289084.59%
27Santa Sabina CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities118584.45%
28Redeemer Baptist SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities42084.33%
29Newcastle Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities78684.29%
30St Luke's Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities110684.26%
31Saint Mary MacKillop Colleges LimitedNSWIndependentInner Regional10984.17%
32Reddam HouseNSWIndependentMajor Cities111284.04%
33Central Coast Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities125284.02%
34Arden Anglican SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities76984.02%
35Barker CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities210383.89%
36William Clarke CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities153283.88%
37PLC ArmidaleNSWIndependentInner Regional27283.88%
38Moriah CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities141483.85%
39German International School SydneyNSWIndependentMajor Cities27883.85%
40Malek Fahd Islamic SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities230583.73%
41Cranbrook SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities141083.69%
42Trinity Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities208483.60%
43Emanuel SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities80683.60%
44SHORE - Sydney Church of England Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities161583.52%
45Covenant Christian SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities88083.51%
46The Hills Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities88383.47%
47Loreto NormanhurstNSWIndependentMajor Cities108383.45%
48Newington CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities203683.42%
49St Pius X CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities112983.37%
50Lycée Condorcet - The International French School of SydneyNSWIndependentMajor Cities71183.34%
51Illawarra Christian SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities56583.32%
52Wollemi CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities15883.29%
53Mount St Benedict CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities105283.26%
54Frensham SchoolNSWIndependentInner Regional34283.18%
55Mercy Catholic CollegeNSWCatholicMajor Cities62783.14%
56The Scots CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities190483.11%
57Danebank - An Anglican School For GirlsNSWIndependentMajor Cities92683.11%
58St Vincent's CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities67682.93%
59Macarthur Anglican SchoolNSWIndependentInner Regional81882.88%
60The Scots School AlburyNSWIndependentInner Regional44082.83%
61Our Lady of Mercy College ParramattaNSWIndependentMajor Cities95082.78%
62Blue Mountains Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities60682.78%
63Brigidine College St IvesNSWIndependentMajor Cities89482.72%
64Al-Faisal CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities220082.68%
65St George Christian SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities77482.66%
66Pittwater House SchoolsNSWIndependentMajor Cities81282.63%
67Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities43882.60%
68International Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities113282.59%
69Saint Mary MacKillop College AlburyNSWIndependentInner Regional13682.55%
70St Ignatius' CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities157682.52%
71St Ursula's CollegeNSWCatholicMajor Cities109482.34%
72Rosebank CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities123382.33%
73Brigidine College RandwickNSWCatholicMajor Cities88282.30%
74St Andrew's Cathedral SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities120582.29%
75Pacific Hills Christian SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities128182.29%
76Inaburra SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities100582.26%
77St Patrick's College, StrathfieldNSWIndependentMajor Cities141982.12%
78Macquarie CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities77982.09%
79Hunter Valley Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities108281.90%
80Linuwel School LtdNSWIndependentMajor Cities24881.82%
81St Philip's Christian College - WaratahNSWIndependentMajor Cities125181.68%
82St Mary Star of the Sea CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities110481.65%
83St Scholastica's College Glebe PointNSWIndependentMajor Cities102181.65%
84Oxford Falls Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities110081.58%
85The McDonald CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities27881.50%
86William Carey Christian SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities123781.46%
87Marist College EastwoodNSWCatholicMajor Cities78081.28%
88St Mark's Coptic Orthodox CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities63381.28%
89Stella Maris CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities89281.24%
90St Joseph's CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities109481.21%
91The Illawarra Grammar SchoolNSWIndependentMajor Cities86181.17%
92Emmanuel Anglican CollegeNSWIndependentInner Regional60081.16%
93All Saints' College BathurstNSWIndependentInner Regional41581.10%
94St Peter's Anglican College - BrouleeNSWIndependentInner Regional36181.09%
95St Columba Anglican SchoolNSWIndependentInner Regional111081.08%
96Marist College North ShoreNSWCatholicMajor Cities83581.01%
97St Spyridon CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities78481.01%
98Our Lady of The Sacred Heart CollegeNSWCatholicMajor Cities84480.99%
99Green Point Christian CollegeNSWIndependentMajor Cities104080.98%
100Cape Byron Rudolf Steiner SchoolNSWIndependentInner Regional37080.94%

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Top 100 Ranking NSW Sydney Secondary School in 2017 (Government and Public)

Top ranking NSW Sydney Secondary Schools (Government and Public) for the year of 2017. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment number so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some school got big enrolment number as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia wide. Just so to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year of 2017.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationTotal EnrolmentCombined Score As Percentage of Number One School In Australia Regardless of School Sector
1James Ruse Agricultural High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities841100.00%
2North Sydney Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities91896.36%
3Sydney Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities93595.76%
4North Sydney Boys High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities92795.50%
5Baulkham Hills High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities121195.10%
6Hornsby Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities73394.78%
7Northern Beaches Secondary College Manly CampusNSWGovernmentMajor Cities78994.31%
8Sydney Boys High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities120393.83%
9Girraween High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities75793.59%
10Fort Street High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities92793.28%
11Normanhurst Boys High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities75692.97%
12Hurlstone Agricultural High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities95192.91%
13Conservatorium High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities15292.90%
14Caringbah High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities91492.64%
15Merewether High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities107092.05%
16St George Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities92291.66%
17Penrith High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities92691.35%
18Smiths Hill High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities74590.66%
19Gosford High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities109490.03%
20Sydney Technical High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities91089.89%
21Sefton High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities106085.10%
22Chatswood High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities150584.84%
23Cheltenham Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities125184.73%
24Northern Beaches Secondary College Mackellar Girls CampusNSWGovernmentMajor Cities126084.29%
25Willoughby Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities97383.92%
26Parramatta High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities86283.64%
27Cherrybrook Technology High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities193583.27%
28Turramurra High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities124382.61%
29Epping Boys High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities115682.57%
30Killara High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities162882.48%
31Strathfield Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities112782.41%
32Castle Hill High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities163182.39%
33Ryde Secondary CollegeNSWGovernmentMajor Cities102682.38%
34Macquarie Fields High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities110582.23%
35Tempe High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities96182.20%
36St Ives High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities94782.18%
37Carlingford High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities122882.07%
38Burwood Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities113581.80%
39Pennant Hills High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities106981.78%
40Northern Beaches Secondary College Balgowlah Boys CampusNSWGovernmentMajor Cities77381.76%
41Killarney Heights High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities90481.52%
42Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt CampusNSWGovernmentMajor Cities94581.45%
43Newtown High School of Performing ArtsNSWGovernmentMajor Cities104281.45%
44Riverside Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities95481.02%
45Rose Bay Secondary CollegeNSWGovernmentMajor Cities114280.99%
46Mosman High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities107080.87%
47Sydney Secondary College Balmain CampusNSWGovernmentMajor Cities78580.79%
48Hunter School of Performing ArtsNSWGovernmentMajor Cities114580.79%
49Cammeraygal High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities37080.62%
50Port Hacking High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities114080.42%
51Macarthur Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities100480.38%
52Crestwood High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities95980.13%
53Alexandria Park Community SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities71680.07%
54Randwick Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities96980.03%
55Blacktown Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities74279.96%
56Kirrawee High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities123879.87%
57Asquith Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities82179.85%
58Muirfield High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities82279.72%
59Canterbury Girls High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities72179.68%
60Concord High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities112979.59%
61Pittwater High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities100179.50%
62Glenwood High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities147579.50%
63Barrenjoey High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities70279.37%
64Hunters Hill High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities60079.36%
65Davidson High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities84479.24%
66Ku-ring-gai High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities61979.10%
67Byron Bay High SchoolNSWGovernmentInner Regional83279.10%
68Blacktown Boys High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities52078.84%
69Engadine High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities104178.82%
70Georges River College Penshurst Girls CampusNSWGovernmentMajor Cities63878.74%
71Kotara High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities108278.70%
72Moorebank High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities103778.67%
73Canley Vale High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities148678.56%
74Kellyville High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities106378.55%
75Model Farms High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities108178.54%
76Woolooware High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities96378.52%
77Menai High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities126178.52%
78Gymea Technology High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities61378.47%
79The Forest High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities85478.40%
80Cronulla High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities98778.34%
81Bonnyrigg High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities150378.29%
82Prairiewood High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities122678.26%
83Northmead Creative and Performing Arts High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities102378.06%
84Blaxland High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities100778.06%
85Wollongong High School of the Performing ArtsNSWGovernmentMajor Cities115578.06%
86East Hills Girls Technology High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities106078.03%
87Cumberland High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities63377.95%
88The Ponds High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities81177.90%
89Sylvania High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities81077.89%
90Blakehurst High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities111677.82%
91Lambton High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities111677.74%
92Warners Bay High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities128477.52%
93Woonona High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities64277.48%
94Springwood High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities67677.45%
95Henry Kendall High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities74077.09%
96Homebush Boys High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities113777.08%
97Rouse Hill High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities82977.08%
98Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and DesignNSWGovernmentMajor Cities78477.07%
99Galston High SchoolNSWGovernmentMajor Cities64777.04%
100Jindabyne Central SchoolNSWGovernmentOuter Regional81577.03%

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