SCHOLARSHIP

TRIDENT ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE

The academic achievement of Trident students over the past five years ranks among the best of the state schools across the wider Bay of Plenty.
The Education Review Office (ERO) made this comment:

 

“High levels of student progress and achievement continue to be a feature of the school. Analysis of National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) data indicates that the proportion of students, including Māori, gaining Level 1, 2 and 3 certificates exceeds national averages”.

NEW ZEALAND SCHOLARSHIP

New Zealand Scholarship will extend our best secondary students and enable top scholars to be identified and acknowledged.  Students will be able to enter one or more scholarship standard assessments while completing their Level 3 Assessments in the scholarship subject areas.

 

The aim is to assess a student’s ability to synthesise and integrate concepts – to apply higher level thinking based on in-school and independent learning. 

 

The content assessed for Scholarship is the same as that covered for Level 3 Achievement Standards.  All Scholarship candidates must complete a full year of Level 3 studies at a secondary school.

 

Assessment is standards based (but not using achievement or unit standards) and all assessments will be external, the scholarship is a one off examination, except in Art and Design and Visual Communication.  Standards have been developed for each Scholarship subject.

 

For each standard, two levels of achievement can be gained:

 

  • Scholarship

  • Outstanding Performance

 

The scholarship is an award and not a qualification.  There are ‘top’ student awards and monetary awards which currently are:

 

  • Single Subject Award:  for students who gain Scholarship in up to two subjects, a one-off award of $500 per subject.

  • Top Student in Subject:  $2,000 each year for three years provided the student maintains a B grade average in tertiary study.

  • Scholarship Award:  a student gains Scholarship in three subjects will be awarded $2,000 each year for three years provided the student maintains a B grade average in tertiary study.

  • Outstanding Scholar Award:  for the top 40 – 60 students who gain outstanding performances in at least two or three Scholarship subjects passed.  The award is $5,000 each year for three years provided the student maintains a B grade average in tertiary study.

  • Premier Award:  for the top 5 – 10 students who get three Scholarships with outstanding performances will be awarded $10,000 each year for three years provided the student maintains a B grade average in tertiary study.

 

Trident will continue the Scholarship Standards as part of the Year 13 and Year 12 Programmes.  

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 2019

Trident High School is proud to announce that their students achieved 10 Scholarships and 1 Outstanding Scholarship! 

Trident would like to extend congratulations to the staff involved, and the following winners.

 

Art Painting

Oliver Budd OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP

Holland Power 

Art Photography

Gabriel Barr

Music

Leo Reed

Earth and Space Science

Linette Lengkeek

Bailey Rackham

Geography 

Bailey Rackham

PE & Health

Nicole Curtis

Mathematics with Calculus

Jack Collis

Mathematics with Statistics

Linette Lengkeek

Trident High School

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