2013 ATAR 99.95
Equal Top ACT Student
Narrabundah College had the shared top ACT student (who in fact had the higher aggregate) with a score of 99.95.
Top IB student ACT with a score of 44 and an ATAR of 99.80
3 students shared equal third with an ATAR of 99.9
27 students (including 3 French Bac students) attained an ATAR over 99.
98 attained an ATAR over 95.
153 attained an ATAR over 90
316 or 85.6% attained an ATAR over 65 which gives first round entry to UC.
Our median for 367 tertiary students is 87.
We did really well in AST and our students at the Presentation Night were absolutely blown away by their results
Narrabundah College is a government college for years 11 and 12 students - the final two years of secondary education. It offers a challenging curriculum in a caring environment and meets the needs of an international community.
Narrabundah College has earned an enviable record of student achievement in academic, sporting, social and cultural endeavours. A high percentage of students go on to further education at universities and specialist tertiary institutions.
The school has a very strong international atmosphere; the students come from many different cultural backgrounds. This year there are fifty-five different first languages spoken, and fifty-nine countries of origin.
College Core Values
- Challenging Curriculum
- Caring Environment
- International Community
Parent/Carer guide to Enrolment/Transfer for ACT Public Schools
Online Enrolment/Transfer Form
Parents/carers seeking to enrol their child in an ACT public school for the first time must complete the online enrolment/transfer form.
Parent/carers seeking to transfer their child to another ACT public school must complete the online enrolment/transfer form.
Up to three school choices may be nominated when enrolling in a school or transferring to a new school. Application Form.
For years 11 and 12 enrolments/transfers, students will need to identify course preferences on the online enrolment/transfer form.
For preschool enrolments, parents/carers will need to nominate preferred sessions on the online enrolment/transfer form.
Educational requirements in the ACT
Compulsory education age
In the ACT a child is of compulsory education age from the age of six until the child completes year 12 or turns 17, whichever happens first. Children who are of compulsory school age must be either enrolled in and attending a school, registered for home education, or exempted from the full-time attendance requirement. Children may be both enrolled in a school (part-time) and registered for parttime home education.
Unless a child qualifies for Early Entry, children must be:
- 4 years of age by 30 April in the year they commence preschool
- 5 years of age by 30 April in the year they commence kindergarten.
Early Entry is offered to eligible families to meet the needs of their children in the early years of their education. Early Entry will only be considered for children in the following categories:
- English as an Additional Language or Dialect
- Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander children
- children with hearing and/or vision impairment
- parental work mobility (such as for Australian Defence Force personnel)
- students who are formally identified as gifted.
Early entry criteria, procedures and application forms are available at Early Entry Eligibility Procedures.
Success of the French Bac
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