Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College proudly celebrates the wonderful achievements of Year 12 2016. This year’s cohort achieved 20 top band results across an array of subjects affirming our position as one of the top 10 schools in the Hunter Region. We congratulate each of our 54 graduating students on a wealth of accomplishments, including these noteworthy final results.
Additionally, Bailey Graham has further reason to celebrate as his Design and Technology Major Work was selected for inclusion in the SHAPE 2016 exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. This prestigious achievement is a first for the College and we are very proud of Bailey and his teacher, Mr Neale Graham. His work on wireless power shutdown for TAS classrooms inventively solves a real-world problem for teachers in practical lessons.
The efforts of our staff right across the College to nurture and encourage these students as they progressed in their schooling is recognised as a crucial factor contributing to their success. It is exciting to know that their performance in the HSC will open many doors for them as they embark on the next phase of their lives.