Monaro High School students are enrolling in TAFE courses in record numbers this year as part of their school study.
MHS careers adviser and TAFE co-ordinator Brad McElroy said this year more than ever before, students are taking up the TAFE options available to them.
"There are 60 year 11 students enrolled TVET courses [TAFE delivered Vocational Education and Training] this year. Twenty-three are doing two courses," Mr McElroy said.
"It is very pleasing to see that Monaro High students are broadening their study and work options by taking the courses offered at Cooma TAFE."
Some of the many courses on offer include hospitality and tourism, hairdressing, metals and engineering, automotive, animal studies, horse industry studies and child services.