Yr12 Students - Start researching and planning for after the HSC NOW
NOW is the time for Year 12 students' to start thinking about their 'after school choices'.
If you considering entering the workforce, furthering your education at a college, TAFE or University, taking a Gap Year, even if you are still undecided - start looking at the opportunities available to you.
Don't forget we have the tools to help you! Come and have a chat in Careers or use this website to see what is on offer after school.
2020 Year 10 students Facebook Group
All students currently in Year 10 at MHS, you are invited to join the MHS Year 10 2020 Facebook group.
This will be an important form of communication between your Year Group, Careers, Year Advisors, Stage HT and Snr Study teachers during the next three years.
I will post 'jobs', scholarship info, school info and pretty much anything to do with Year 10 2020, and for each year you are at school till you complete Yr12 2022. Even if you are planning on leaving school before Yr12, this page will give you up to date and current information about job vacancies and other opportunities to help you achieve your career goals.
Please pass on this FB site info to your friends, we want the whole Year group to join!
Follow the link below.
University of New England (Armidale) Early Entry
An ATAR is not the only measure of your ability to succeed at university. That’s why UNE has an ‘early entry’ program. UNE’s Early Entry recognises that your story is not best told by a number and ensures that you have the best opportunity to go to university.
UNE Early Entry is open to all year 12 applicants and relies solely on your school’s assessment of your attributes and abilities to determine your suitability for entry. The assessment is based around your ability to work and learn independently, as well as your overall potential for academic success at UNE.
You can apply to UNE early, receive an offer and secure a place at university, even before scores are released. This gives you the certainty you need to begin making other arrangements such as where to live and finding part-time work to get ahead of the pack.
- Apply directly to UNE online
- No application fees
- Know earlier (November) that you have a place at UNE to relieve the pressure of waiting for results, and let you plan your big move
- No UAC/QTAC applications required - Applying through UNE Early Entry does not prevent you from making another application through a tertiary admissions centre so it’s a great way to increase your chances of getting into the course you want.
Yr12 Students - Activate your NESA account NOW
If you haven't activated your account, please do it now.
Go to the webstite below (have your NESA number and you will be able to create your PIN).
Southern Cross University Star Entry (Early Entry)Applications are now open for Southern Cross University’s STAR Early Offer program.
STAR Early Offer allows Year 12 students to secure their place in a Southern Cross University degree before Year 12 results are released.
It is designed to remove some of the pressure from Year 12 and give you a direct pathway into university study that is not based solely on your ATAR or Year 12 results (ATAR and non-ATAR students eligible to apply). To apply, visit https://www.scu.edu.au/star-early-offer/
There are three STAR entry programs, select the one that suits your individual needs.