The HSC results are in and we have so much to celebrate!
Our students have achieved some excellent results and personal achievements. Considering the challenges and disruptions all students, staff (and their families) faced over the past two years, this is an extremely satisfying outcome for students, parents and teachers. Some of the highlights of the cohort are:
- Benjamin Clark – 99.00
First in the State:
- Benjamin Clark – German Continuers
NSW Premier’s List All-rounders – those with 10 or more Units of Band 6:
- Angela Bajic
Top Achievers – those who finished in the top 10 in an HSC subject:
- Bronte Critchley – Studies of Religion I
- Georgia Taplin – Business Studies
Year 12 HSC students who are on the distinguished achievers’ list:
To read or print out our HSC summary highlights flyer, click here.
Top performing students
Please note: (The following have been received from students so far … ATAR results are voluntarily provided by students). The ATAR is a ranking number out of 99.95 in terms of place in the state, so an ATAR of 99 means the student is ranked in the top one per cent in NSW.
Students nominated for NSW Showcase events
- Visual Arts: Carysse Evans, The Life of the Forest (Virtual Exhibition VX, The Armory, Sydney Olympic Park SOPA)
- Visual Arts: Songtham Setthasit, The Thread to the Heart is woven through the Stomach (The Armory, Sydney Olympic Park SOPA, Hawkesbury Regional Art Gallery)
- Industrial Design: Rory Matheson, Rocking horse
Music 2: Eriko Miyagawa on Piano
Below is a video excerpt of Eriko performing at our Showcase Concert with our Symphony Orchestra.
Subjects with 100 per cent of students in top two bands (5 and 6)
- Design and Technology
- English Extension 2
- History Extension
- Music 1
- Music 2
- Music Extension
- Visual Arts
- French Continuers
- French Extension
- German Continuers
- Italian Continuers
- Spanish Continuers
- Spanish Extension
Congratulations HSC 2022 graduates! We are so proud of you. You faced adversity and yet overcame. You not only achieved qualifications; you grew in character, perhaps even more so than those that went before, due to the interruptions you faced and the agility and patience you had to show. You, your parents and we as staff, all know that behind each set of results (whether they feature in the headlines above or not) there are stories of courage, persistence, ingenuity and sheer grit.
– Dr Julie McGonigle, Head of School