Catholic school students top the state in 15 HSC subjects

 

Catholic school students performed strongly in this year’s Higher School Certificate exams, with 15 students receiving First in Course awards for 15 subjects.

Catholic Schools NSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney said it was particularly satisfying to see students from regional and outer suburban Catholic schools among the top performers.

“Students from the full range of Catholic schools – urban and regional, systemic and congregational – ranked highly this year, showing Catholic schools perform well alongside government selective and high-fee independent schools,” Mr McInerney said.

“It’s especially pleasing to see students top the state from Catholic schools in Maitland, Menai, Wollongong, Ballina, Forbes, Varroville, Merrylands, Kingsgrove and Sutherland.

“It’s testimony to the outstanding efforts of all students, their teachers and their families.

“On behalf of the Catholic sector, I extend my congratulations to students in all school sectors for their outstanding efforts and achievements.”

Catholic schools NSW represents the state’s 595 Catholic schools and their 255,000 students.

SUBJECT STUDENT SCHOOL
 Ancient History Rebekah Parsons Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College, North Sydney
Business Services Examination Georgia Spiropoulos St Ursula’s College, Kingsgrove
Community and Family Studies Lauren Agostini Aquinas Catholic College, Menai
English (Advanced) Grace Roodenrys Mount Carmel Catholic College, Varroville
English (Standard) Ashleigh Wake St Ursula’s College, Kingsgrove
Entertainment Industry Examination Zachary Joel Saric St Patricks College, Strathfield
History Extension Jasper Yin-Fung Choi St Pius X College, Chatswood
Hospitality Examination Annamarie Mary Subramaniam Cerdon College, Merrylands
Industrial Technology Clayton John Carlon All Saints College, St Mary’s Campus Maitland
Italian Beginners Bella Good Xavier Catholic College, Ballina
Legal Studies Christina Chiaverini St Mary Star of the Sea College, Wollongong
Mathematics Ze Hong Zhou St Patrick’s College, Sutherland
Mathematics General 2 Alan Gariban St Marks Catholic College, Stanhope Gardens
Primary Industries Emily Jeffery Red Bend Catholic College, Forbes
Studies of Religion 2 Laura Alannah Ferguson Loreto Kirribilli
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Source: Catholic Schools NSW

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