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Record of School Achievement (RoSA)

From 2012, eligible students who leave school before receiving their Higher School Certificate (HSC) will receive the NSW Record of School Achievement (RoSA).

The RoSA is a cumulative credential in that it allows students to accumulate their academic results until they leave school.

The RoSA records completed Stage 5 and Preliminary Stage 6 courses and grades, and participation in any uncompleted Preliminary Stage 6 courses.

It is of specific use to students leaving school prior to the HSC.

Any time a student or school wants an up-to-date snapshot of a student’s academic progress, a transcript called a Student eRecord can be accessed via Schools Online or Students Online and printed or emailed.

Students who go on to complete the HSC will see all their Stage 6 (Year 11 and 12) courses and results on their HSC.

More information for students is available in the students section.

If you are a parent or an employer, you will find specific information at parents and employers.

Key dates and actions

See the HSC and RoSA timetable of actions for schools for a list of all the ‘actions’ related to Year 10, Year 11 and Year 12 students. Subscribe to the Board Bulletin to keep up-to-date with the latest RoSA news and actions.

  • Teachers should submit grades to the Board of Studies NSW for all courses students complete in Stage 5 and Preliminary courses they complete in Stage 6.
  • Schools will be advised of the submission dates for Year 10 and Year 11 grades each year.
  • For information to support Stage 5 grading, see support for schools in awarding Year 10 grades
  • For information to assist with Year 11 grading, see the section on Year 11 grades.

The RoSA will record all courses a student has completed, along with the grade awarded, and any Stage 6 (Preliminary) courses in which the student has satisfactorily participated but not completed at the date of leaving school.

Further information

For further information, visit:

If you have any questions about the RoSA that are not answered here, please contact your local Board of Studies Liaison Officer.

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