Taminmin’s 2015 Year 12 highest ATAR student, Cheya Clarke, commenced at Taminmin in year 7 ensuring a smooth and continuous quality learning experience. Cheya has taken advantage of the many opportunities at Taminmin such as the Leading Learner program, International and Interstate travel, participating in the school musical and following her sporting interests.
Principal Miriam McDonald said that Taminmin College is the only Independent Public School that provides a seamless learning environment from years 7 to 12. Like Cheya students can enjoy all of their secondary schooling on the one campus.
The College includes a Vocational Education and Training (VET) section and is the only school in the Northern Territory with an agricultural facility. Miriam is also proud of the 98% NTCET completion rate achieved this year.
Students from year 5 can enter the Young Scholars program at Taminmin. This enables students to undertake challenging and innovative experiences at the college as well as assuring them a place in the Leading Learner or Aspire programs from year 7.
Taminmin College provides success for all students with a range of pathways to access employment and higher education.