Below is a quick summary of the wonderful Higher School Certificate results achieved by our class of 2022:
- 62 Band 6s, 228 Band 5s and 241 Band 4s.
- The average HSC score for our students was 74.1. The average HSC score for Similar School Groups was 73.2 while the average HSC score for the State was 72.4.
- A Band 6 result was achieved in 21 of the 34 courses examined.
- Aniek Compton placed first in NSW for Food Technology while Hannah McGroder placed eighth in NSW for Food Technology.
- Eda Gotvik-Dobson placed fifth in NSW for Swedish Continuers.
- Thirty-eight students made the Distinguished Achievers List meaning, that they were awarded at least one Band 6.
- 21 of 34 subjects examined were above state average
- Nine of the examined courses had an average mark above the state average of three or greater: Ancient History (>7), Dance (>6), Design & Technology (>4), English Standard (>4), English Studies (>4), Entertainment VET (>7), Food Technology (>6), History Extension (>3), Society & Culture (>11).
- Tahlia Kennedy & Molly Norton were nominated for Callback in Dance
- Esprit Brown, Lucah Hubbard, Sierra Mancuso and Faith O’Shea Design & Technology had their major works nominated for Shape
- Zheng Geng, Cal Kornie, Blake Mattiuzzo, Camryn Page, Marvin Radley-Bell, Kalani Van de Polder and Beau Ward had their Industrial Technology major works nominated for InTech
- Faith O’Shea’s Visual Arts major body of work selected for the Hazelhurst Art Exhibition.
- Aniek Compton was awarded DUX with an ATAR of 95.75.
- 62% of our students achieved a first round university offer.
The top three ATAR scores were:
- Aniek Compton 95.75
- Taya Wilson 95.15
- Tahlia Kennedy 95.05
The 2022 Year 12 students certainly deserve to be congratulated on their achievements after one considers the obstacles (including COVID and home learning) placed on them. Despite these challenges many remained engaged, showed tremendous resilience and trusted their teachers.
Congratulations also to their teachers for their commitment, professionalism and going over and above for their students.