About the Record of School Achievement:
The RoSA is a cumulative credential for students who leave school before completing their HSC. It was introduced for school leavers in Year 10 in 2012.
The RoSA lists all subjects undertaken in Years 9 and 10 and - where applicable - Years 11 and 12 courses completed by the student (up until the HSC exams), along with the grade awarded. The RoSA credential also lists any courses commenced but not completed and the date of leaving school. The Board issues the formal RoSA credential to students who satisfy the eligibility requirements when they leave school.
School leavers who are not eligible for the RoSA will receive a Transcript of Study.
Eligibility for the Record of School Achievement (RoSA):
To qualify for the RoSA, a student must have:
- attended a government school, an accredited non-government school or a recognised school outside NSW;
- completed courses of study that satisfy the Board of Studies curriculum and assessment requirements for the RoSA;
- complied with all requirements imposed by the Minister or the Board; and
- completed Year 10.
Students leaving school who do not meet the RoSA requirements will be issued with a printed Transcript of Study.
(Information from the NSW Board of Studies website).