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Posted on 21 March, 2017

Charles Darwin University School Scholars Program

Charles Darwin University School Scholars Program

Darwin High School has partnered with Charles Darwin University for its School Scholars Program (CDUSSP). The initiative will see 100 Year 10 students from Northern Territory public schools participate in the three year program. Fifty-six of those students are from Darwin High School.

The students were selected for their outstanding Year 9 NAPLAN and PAT test results and the program aims to extend their educational opportunities in senior school.

CDU officially launched the program last week and the participating students spent the day exploring the Casuarina campus.

Charles Darwin University School Scholars Program

The CDUSSP is a new initiative offered through CDU for high achieving senior students to explore and experience pathways to university degree programs and research, in one or more disciplines, aligned to their strengths and interests.

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