Students re-entering the NSW school system without a Record of School Achievement
Last Updated: 1 April 2019
Students re-entering the NSW school system who do not hold a Record of School Achievement may still be eligible to enter for the Higher School Certificate. If the principal deems that the student has achieved other qualifications that NESA considers satisfactory, the principal may allow the student to begin the Preliminary course. The student’s prior learning and experience, including study in other systems, participation in Board Endorsed Alternative Education Programs and life/work experience, may be included in the principal’s considerations.