Territory's top NT Certificate of Education and Training students announced

NT Government

As 1423 Year 12s received the results of their NT Certificate of Education and Training this morning, Darwin High School's Olivia Anderson was revealed as the Territory's top student, with an ATAR of 99.90.

Following closely were Matthew Rawsthorne from the Essington School who scored 99.55, and Bo Zeng from St Philip's College who received 99.45.

The Top 20 students from across the Territory were celebrated today at an event at Parliament House, in recognition of their hard work throughout the year.

They are:

· Olivia Anderson, Darwin High School

· Matthew Rawsthorne, The Essington School

· Bo Zeng, St Phillip's College

· Daniel Sales, The Essington School

· Megan Rollings, The Essington School

· Jacinta Saynor, Casuarina Senior College

· Emma Strohfeldt, The Essington School

· Victoria Lyngaae, The Essington School

· Elisha Pettit, O'Loughlin Catholic College

· Sharmayne Rizaldo, Palmerston College

· Marinelle Juan, The Essington School

· Sebastian Gazey, Katherine High School

· Matil Haddad, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic College

· Max Duffell, St Philip's College

· Owen Chenhall, St Philip's College

· Bani Jalota, The Essington School

· Kyriakos Lambrinidis, Darwin High School

· Cyra Sebastian, The Essington School

· Declan Pascoe, St Philip's College

· Jillian Wong, Darwin High School.

The top Aboriginal student for 2021 is Tiana James from Good Shepherd Lutheran College.

Quotes attributable to Minister for Education Lauren Moss:

"2021 has been another challenging year and there have been a number of interruptions across our schools, but I am proud of the hard work and dedication demonstrated by all of our Year 12 students, teachers and the entire Northern Territory school community this year.

"The NTCET results are an indication of the commitment and focus of our Year 12 students, and a testament to the efforts of our quality teachers and support staff who have worked tirelessly to assist our students to achieve the best results.

"I wish all our students the very best for their future study and career endeavours."

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