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With Year 12 students about to leave school ahead of the HSC written exams, schools are encouraged to make nominations for the 2015 Brother John Taylor Memorial Prize. The prize recognises students who overcome significant hardship to attain academic excellence in their HSC. Nominations can be made well before final HSC results are released.
The prize was established in 1993 in memory of Brother John Taylor, a distinguished member of the then Board of Studies, who made a significant contribution to education in NSW. It is open to all students and will be awarded early in 2016. The recipient receives a grant, trophy and certificate.
Nominations should be submitted as a PDF and can be emailed or saved to a CD and mailed to BOSTES. Please do not send hard copy nominations or original documents.
For more information, contact:
(02) 9367 8309