New South Wales has dominated the Australian Schools sides, despite both the state sides missing out on Saturday's final.
The Australian Schools side was picked after the four-day National Schools Championships this week, which ACT won for the first time since 1988.
ACT has supplied just two players to the national side with hooker Lachlan Lonergan and skipper, halfback, Seamus Smith in the main squad.
Super boot William Goddard, mercurial fullback Brendan Jimenez, Tom Iles and Lachlan Osborne rounded out the ACT contingent that earned further honours, with the trio named in the Barbarians squad.
NSW had 11 players in the national schools side, of a possible 20, with six Queenslanders named in the side.
Carlo Tizzano was the sole West Australian to be picked in the side, rewarded for a standout week in Sydney.
Victoria had two players in the squads, with Alex Saaga and Oliver Barden both included in the Barbarians side.
The Combined States fielded just one player into either side, with flanker Harry Turner and fullback Michael Pavlakis among the unlucky players to miss the cut for the national sides.
Both teams will feature in a September series against New Zealand and Fiji in Sydney.
Bo Abra (NSW I) - St Stanislaus College
Angus Bell (NSW II) - Newington College
Darcy Breen (NSW I) - The Scots College
Lachlan Connors (QLD II) - St Patrick's College
Ben Donaldson (NSW I) - Waverley College
Nick Frost (NSW I) - Knox Grammar School
Albert Hopoate (NSW I) - St Augustine's College
Trevor Hosea (QLD I) - Brisbane Boys College
Ciaran Loh (NSW I) - The King's School
Noah Lolesio (QLD I) - The Southport School
Lachlan Lonergan (ACT) - Trinity Christian College
Luca Moretti (NSW I) - Waverley College
Jordan Petaia (QLD I) - Brisbane State High School
Charlie Rorke (NSW I) - St Ignatius College, Riverview
Seamus Smith (ACT) - Marist College
Carlo Tizzano (WA) - Trinity College
Josh Vuta (QLD II) - Somerset College
Harry Wilson (QLD I) - St Josephs College Gregory Terrace
Thomas Woodcock (NSW I) - Knox Grammar School
Finn Wright (NSW II) - Waverley College
Australian Schools Barbarians
Moses Alo-Emile (QLD I) - Brisbane State High School
Oliver Barden (VIC) - Brighton Grammar School
Marco Bell (NSW II) - Waverley College
Max Douglas (NSW I) - St Augustine's College
Max Dowd (QLD I) - The Southport School
Apenisa Driti (NSW I) - Griffith High School
William Goddard (ACT) - St Edmund's College
Kohan Herbert (QLD II) - Downlands College
Phoenix Hunt (QLD I) - St Joseph's College Nudgee
Tom Iles (ACT) - Marist College
Brendan Jimieez (ACT) - St Edmund's College
Tom Kibble (QLD I) - Brisbane Boys College
William Lloyd (NSW I) - Barker College
Brody MacAskill (WA) - Aranmore Catholic College
Cullen Ngamanu (QLD I) - Brisbane Boys College
Lachlan Osborne (ACT) - Canberra Grammar School
Campbell Parata (QLD I) - The Southport School
Alex Sa'aga (VIC) - Melbourne Grammar School
Egan Siggs (QLD I) - The Southport School
Jack Winchester (Combined States) - Bishop Druitt College
Tom Yassmin (NSW II) - The Scot's College