You and the Record of School Achievement
The Record of School Achievement (RoSA) is a credential that recognises your school achievement from Year 10 up to the HSC. A RoSA credential will be mailed to you when you leave school.
A cumulative credential
The RoSA will show grades all for your Year 10 and Year 11 courses. As it is a cumulative credential, it grows as your achievements are added. It will also acknowledge if you start a course but leave school before completing it. More
Fair grades for everyone
RoSA grades are determined by your teachers using established guidelines and processes to ensure consistency. More
A credential for school leavers
You can request a RoSA through your school when you talk to your teachers or principal about leaving. If you are eligible, your RoSA credential will be sent directly to you. More
Literacy and numeracy tests
If you leave school before finishing your HSC, you will have the option of sitting literacy and numeracy tests. More
Recording extra-curricular achievements
The Board is currently trialling a website called up2Now - my ongoing learning portfolio which allows students to record, organise and share evidence of their extracurricular achievements such as first-aid qualifications or volunteer work.