Students at Snowy Mountains Grammar School have reached new heights by achieving the highest Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) results in the school's history.
Five students have achieved above 90, which is an outstanding result for each of these students.
Tim Brunette 97.7, Sam Brown 97.65, Pieter Van Goor 96.55, Emily Matensen 96.5 and Tayla Brown 91.15 (printed with permission) have all achieved excellence and will now pursue a range of options at tertiary level.
Principal Andrew Bell said many other students also performed exceptionally well and it was further testament to the dedication of both students and teachers at SMGS, as well as the quality of teaching in the classroom in a supportive environment.
Mr Bell said he was "thrilled that their hard work has paid off and they can now enjoy the fruits of their labour and pursue their dream careers."