ROSA - Record of School Achievement

The Record of School Achievement (RoSA) is the new credential for students who leave school after Year 10 and before they receive their Higher School Certificate (HSC). The RoSA is a cumulative credential in that it allows students to accumulate their academic results until they leave school.

As part of the RoSA, schools award students grades (A to E) based on their achievements in the Stage 5 and Stage 6 Preliminary courses they complete. The grades are based on how a student performed in assessment tasks.

While formal RoSA credentials are only for school leavers, all Year 10 students will be able to access their results electronically and print a transcript of their results.

As part of the suite of RoSA initiatives, students intending to leave school will be able to take optional, online literacy and numeracy tests. Students in Year 11 or Year 12 not leaving school can access a transcript to use when seeking casual work (not an official credential).

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