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Bonnyrigg High School

Bonnyrigg High School

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The Careers Team at Bonnyrigg High School is dedicated to assisting students and families in making educated choices about study patterns, career options, and post school pathways. We have a Careers resource area located in the senior study area of our library space where students have access to university, college, and TAFE publications as well as industry specific books.

Our team is located on the ground floor of E Block and consists of the following staff members:

Head Teacher VET/Head Teacher Secondary Studies

Mrs Lalita Sharma

Head Teacher Careers

Nicholas Chambour

Careers Advisers

Miss Kayla Vassalli

Mr Mark Slobodzian

Miss Susanna Tieu  (leave)

Work Placement Officer

Mrs Louise Williams and Ms Ana Di Girolamo

School Administration Officer – EPP

Mrs Renee Hill

Click here to access the Bonnyrigg High School Careers Website


Useful Links for students:

  • JobJump – Is your source for all things careers, from ATAR calculations to resume building. Our school has a subscription and if you would like access to all the features, please see a member of the careers team.  

  • Job Guide - Prepare yourself for the new world of work by exploring the careers that match your skills and interests. Don’t know where to start? Take the aptitude test to help get your career journey started 

  • MyFuture - Provides resources to explore career pathways and tools to develop self-knowledge to help with career decision-making. 

  • Students online -   is your source for information about your study from Year 10 to the HSC. You can change your address, email, and phone number in the Personal Details section from 25 January 2024. Download your free eRecord and/or RoSA/HSC/VET credential PDF from the Certificates/eRecord section.

  • TAFE NSW - Whatever you’re interested in, TAFE NSW has a pathway to help you get the job you want. You can also do your post-school studies and choose from a diploma, degree or other pathway to university. 

  • USI (Unique Student Identifier)- For VET students, the USI gives you access to an online record of your nationally recognised training in the form of a VET transcript. Your USI is also needed for university applications through UAC.  

  • UAC (University Admissions Centre) – UAC processes applications for admission to most undergraduate courses within NSW. They also provide and calculate the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).