WELL DONE: (Back, from left) Dana Burtenshaw, Morgan Gander, Jacob Stiles, Lachlan Fowles and James McDonald. (Front, from left) Catherine Welsh, Alice Fowles, Autumn Taylor, Brooke Wilson and Maggie Fowles.
WELL DONE: (Back, from left) Dana Burtenshaw, Morgan Gander, Jacob Stiles, Lachlan Fowles and James McDonald. (Front, from left) Catherine Welsh, Alice Fowles, Autumn Taylor, Brooke Wilson and Maggie Fowles. Sean Teuma

Year 12s at Scots PGC make their mark

SCOTS PGC has been buoyed by the release of school results, with a number of students performing strongly.

Head of Year 12 Millie Proudlove said the success of students across the board was looked on with fondness by the school.

"The school is thrilled to bits. We're proud of our OP1 students,” Mrs Proudlove said.

"We're about preparing them for life, and they've worked very hard.

"We're not a one-trick school. We're a school for everybody, whether students are looking for a future in agriculture, child care, engineering or medicine.

"All of our students are different and unique, and we have tried to channel what interests them.

"Success comes in all forms. We have had students enter apprenticeships, as well as complete certificates along with their OP.”

Scots PGC had 25 per cent of students in the OP1-5 category, their highest figure since 2009.

The school also had 95 per cent of students between OP1-15, the highest percentage of students they have had in the category.



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