Year 10 will receive their results from the VALID Science examination this week. Students will be given the results to take home to parents/carers.
On November 28th and 29th, Coonabarabran High School students from years 7, 8, 9 and 11 were visited by the University of New South Wales program, ASPIRE.
Eighteen students from Coonabarabran High school entered the Australian Mathematics Competition this year and again the results were exceptional. This competition challenges students to engage in critical thinking and different strategies to solve a series of graded questions. Results are:
Students are to be commended for their efforts.
The Victor Chang Cardiac Institute Research Awards were held on 22nd November at Dubbo Senior Campus. The awards are a celebration of Science achievement and recognise excellence in Science achieved by Year 11 students. It is a great opportunity for encouraging students to follow science pathways and careers. Along with other deserving students from the region, Charlie Knight, a senior student of Coonabarabran High School, was rewarded for his dedication and fantastic achievements in Science, with a Victor Chang Research Science Award for 2017. The school, in particular the Science Faculty, are extremely proud of Charlie.
Our new baby grand, nicknamed ‘Liberace’ has arrived.