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Well-known Aussies wish class of 2020 ‘good luck’

With the Higher School Certificate (HSC) a few days away, some of our Australia’s best-known personalities have sent their good luck messages to the Class of 2020.

Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said the year has thrown up plenty of challenges and HSC students have met them with the help of their school, family and friends – and now the broader community wants students to know they have got this.

“This is about reminding students that as they take on the final chapter of the HSC, all of NSW is behind them. From today students will hear from actors, TV personalities, local musicians and sporting stars,” Ms Mitchell said.

“Some will share their tips and advice for staying healthy and focused, while others share how they have overcome adversity – all with the aim of letting students know they can do this.

“With the start of written exams only days away, my message to students is to continue to take care of your wellbeing, reaching out for support or advice if you need it and keeping active. We are all behind you.”

“Enjoy this milestone, look around and remember there’s a team of people, your family, your friends, your teachers who have got you to this point.” Sally Fitzgibbons, World #1 Australian professional surfer.

“Goodluck to all you amazing students of 2020. Go get em!” Claudia Karvan, Australian actress, producer and scriptwriter

“I wish you all nothing but the best for the future, sending you lots of love.” Australian fashion model, Samantha Harris

Hear from the stars getting behind the Class of 2020 on Twitter and Facebook, visiting the Stay Healthy HSC hub and following #StayHealthyHSC.

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