The best and the worst of NSW schools.

There’s the A-level, the A and B-levels, and even the GCSEs.

And then there’s the state-wide, the regional, the local, and the national.

Some schools have a high score for their academics and others have a low one.

Here’s a look at NSW schools, their overall rankings and how they stack up in terms of student outcomes.

What are the state schools?

Sydney State University is one of the best-ranked state schools in the country.

It’s ranked third for the top-five maths grades and fourth for the best reading scores.

It also boasts an excellent A-levels results, with the average student achieving a top score of A-Level average of 80.7.

The state’s top schools are: NSW School of Education (SES) is one-third the size of the previous best-rated state school, the University of New South Wales, but it also boasts a higher average pupil score of 70.9.

It is one school that students do best in a general election year.

NSW’s Liberal National Party (LNP) is also rated highly for its academics.

The school has the highest average student score in the state, with an average of 76.2.

In 2016, the state scored 78 per cent in the top maths, with average students achieving a score of 79.4.

There are some big differences between NSW and other states.

In 2017, the average state-level test score for NSW students was 78.7, while the national average was 77.8.

The average test score is also lower for the state than it is for other states, with students in NSW achieving a lower average grade at the state level.

The NSW school is also ranked among the worst-performing state schools for reading.

NSW School Quality Report 2016-2017 is the NSW Government’s annual school quality report.

The report includes information on how students perform on tests, their academic performance, and how well the school is doing in delivering learning.

Read more about NSW schools and where to study NSW state schools, regional and local schools, and national schools are ranked based on their overall scores for all subjects.

Here are NSW’s top-scoring schools: School of Art (A-level) is rated among the top 10 state schools.

It has an average student achievement of 86.1 and the average grade of C-grade.

It comes from the NSW Arts Council and is part of the Sydney University of Technology (SUT).

School of Architecture (A) is ranked among a number of regional and national regional schools.

The highest average score for the A grade is an average grade score of 88.8, with most students achieving an A-grade average of 84.2, with one student achieving an average score of 84,7.

School of Computing (A+) is ranked fifth for the regional NSW region, with a average student grade of 91.3.

In the 2016-17 school year, students achieved an average average grade from 81.3, which is a result of an increase of 10.5 points.

School in the Wilderness (B) is a small school located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, where the average pupil scores 89.7 on the state test.

It was founded in 2003, and is located in Wollongong.

The students receive a high quality education and have access to excellent facilities.

School is located on the first floor of a house that is in the same building as the school.

It offers two academic subjects, art and maths.

School provides a range of academic services, including sports, theatre, music and drama.

School has a full-time head teacher, a school nurse, and a full time head chef.

School offers a full range of extracurricular activities, including rugby, softball, and cricket.

Students can take their GCSE and A- and Baccalaureate exams at the same time, and some courses offer online learning options.

School also offers a range to assist students with financial support and support their parents during their time at school.

School for the Disabled (B-) is ranked sixth for the NSW region.

It includes a school that offers an alternative to the A grades, which students take at their local school.

Students receive an average state grade of 83.7 and an average overall grade of A. School works to support students through their learning and is known for their holistic approach to learning.

School’s school leader is also a teacher and provides support to students in their learning.

The schools also provide a range for students to access additional support from the local community.

School was founded to improve students’ literacy and numeracy.

School helps students to develop skills in a range and apply these skills to careers in the field.

The School of Business (A-) is rated fifth in the region.

The student achievement score is 85.7 with the majority students achieving 85.4, with