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Sunday Territorian 25 Jan 2015



Sunday Territorian 25 Jan 2015


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

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NTNE01Z01MA - V1 CHOOSE CASUARINA CHOOSE SUCCESS 96% of CSC students achieved the NTCET, higher than the Territory average. CSC had 7 students in the Top 20 for 2014, more than any other Territory school! 4 CSC students achieved A+ (Merit Award) in one or more subjects. Why choose CSC? CHOICE: Over 170 different subjects in Years 10, 11 and 12. Specialist Programs - ACE High Achievers program, Centre for Excellence in Medicine and Health Sciences and SEDA. Extensive range of Vocational Education and Training in Schools programs. WE HAVE AWARD WINNING STAFF: NT Secondary Teacher of the Year - Mek Venes (2013) and Marita Smith (2012). WA Secondary School Principal of the Year - Paul Mathews (2012). An award winning published author - Barry Jonsberg. STUDENT SUPPORT: Student wellbeing focused staff. FACILITES: State of the art facilities and IT infrastructure. For enrolment enquiries please visit our website www.casuarinaseniorcollege.com.au or contact the College via phone on 8983 7300 or email csc.admin@ntschools.net 16 CSC Students achieved an ATAR of 90 or higher. Winner of the 2014 NT Board of Studies VETis - Year 12 Award - Natalie Jones Why students love CSC: Two groups of people have made CSC a great place in the two years Ive been here. Firstly, the teachers. I dont even have to be dishonest here every teacher Ive had at this school has been brilliant. The second group that makes this school excellent is the students. At CSC weve got people of every sexuality, race, religion, political persuasion, and all are welcome. - Miles Elkington - 2014 CSC Valedictorian and NT Top 20 Student.

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