Grade 12 Exam Results 2023 Released, Top Schools Announced

The Papua New Guinea Education Department has announced the release of the 2023 Grade 12 exam results. The results are available on the dedicated online portal, My PNG Exam

PNG Education Department Releases Grade 12 Exam Results, Announces Top-Performing Schools

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea – December 8, 2023 – The Papua New Guinea Education Department has officially released the highly anticipated Grade 12 exam results. The results can be accessed on the dedicated online portal, My PNG Exam now live

The top-performing secondary schools for the Grade 12 exams in 2023 are:

  • Government and Agency Schools:

    1. Paglum Adventist Secondary School (WHP)
    2. Mt Hagen Secondary School (WHP)
    3. St Charles Secondary School (NCD)
    4. Busu Secondary School (Morobe)
    5. St Ignatius Secondary School (Sandaun)
    6. Cameron Secondary School (Milne Bay)
    7. Lihir Secondary School (New Ireland)
    8. Marianville Secondary School (NCD)
    9. St Gabriel’s Secondary School (Western/North Fly)
    10. Goroka Secondary School (EHP)
  • Private Schools:

    1. Paradise College (NCD)
    2. Hagi International School (WNBP)
    3. St Joseph International Catholic College (NCD)
    4. OLSH International (New Ireland)
    5. Highlands Lutheran International School (Enga)
    6. Pom Grammar (NCD)
    7. Goroka Grammar (EHP)
    8. OLSH Vunapope Secondary School (ENBP)
    9. Sacred Heart (Vunapope) International (ENBP)
    10. Nonu Institute Private School (NCD)
  • National Schools of Excellence:

    1. Sogeri (MRI 99.17%)
    2. Kerevat (MRI 98.37%)
    3. Passam (MRI 98.16%)
    4. Port Moresby (MRI 97.13%)
    5. Aiyura (MRI 94.96%)
    6. Wawin (MRI 93.53%)

The highly anticipated Grade 12 exam results have been released and the top-performing secondary schools have been announced in Port  Moresby. Students can now check their results on the My PNG Exam Results website. The Education Department encourages students to celebrate their achievements and congratulates all the students, teachers, and schools for their dedication and hard work. Students who have achieved their required grades will be selected for further education, including university, vocational training, and apprenticeships.

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