Stacey's no-stress approach to HSC

GRAFTON High School Year 12 student Stacey Dennis is nowhere near stressing about the Higher School Certificate, as she has better things to do with her time.

“At the moment, I am pretty much working at Big W and hanging out with friends as much as I can,” Stacey said.

While she has a relatively calm attitude toward her studies, she has a plan for her life after high school.

“The plan at the moment is to work for a couple of years, then try and join the police academy,” she said.

“Justice really appeals to me, and my mum has a few friends that are in the police force who got me interested in the first place.”

Stacey has lived in Grafton for 14 years all up, having lived in Goulbourn for about 18 months.

“I really love Grafton, I am really glad my family came back,” she said.

“Jacaranda is great and the new Shoppingworld is just awesome.”



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