The University of Sydney Academic Achievement Award

Each year, the University of Sydney invites schools to nominate students in Year 10 for a University Academic Achievement Award. The criteria set for this award are quite demanding: a student must demonstrate not only outstanding achievement across a range of discipline areas, but also clearly show that he or she has developed the dispositions of academic success, such as the willingness to embrace challenge, and to persevere in the discovery of new strategies to learn deeply and solve complex problems.

This morning on Quad Assembly, the School was delighted to announce John Dedousis (11Mu), Dux of the Year 10 2020 cohort, as a recipient of a University of Sydney Academic Achievement Award.  The award was presented by Mr Barr, Deputy Head Master.

Deborah Williams | Academic Dean 


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