Congratulations to our 'Class of 2021' on their HSC results

Posted : 28 January 2022

Congratulations to our Year 12 HSC cohort of 2021 who achieved outstanding results in the Higher School Certificate.

This year we had 55 students in the year completing the HSC. We congratulate each student for their courage and perseverance to achieve their best in their final year of schooling, particularly in light of the challenges present by the COVID-19 pandemic and what has been an extremely disruptive year.

The HSC results achieved have continued to build the College’s reputation for strong academic performance.

We would like to congratulate Jack Braga who has achieved an ATAR of 96.65 and is the College Dux for 2021.

Jack Braga

In addition, we congratulate Hugh Harrold whose Major Work in Design and Technology was included in Shape 2021 Exhibition.

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Five students achieved an ATAR over 90. Hugh Harrold, Tiana Comber, Zac Degarnham, Nicholas Chandra and Maddison Bennet.

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The following students achieved NESA Distinguished Achievers classification with a Band 6 or Band E4 result in the listed subjects:

Maddison Bennett Legal Studies

Alyssa Bone Society and Culture

Jack Braga Chemistry

Community and Family Studies

Mathematics Extension 1

Mathematics Advanced

Music 1

Alexander Cecchi French Beginners

Nicholas Chandra Business Studies

Mathematics Extension 1

Mathematics Advanced

Tiana Comber English Extension 2

Personal Development, Health and Physical Education

Zac Degarnham Business Studies

Legal Studies

Georgia Field Legal Studies

Hugh Harrold Biology


Design and Technology

Mathematics Advanced

Benjamin Lockley Mathematics Standard 2

Music 1

Benjamin Mallin Mathematics Extension 1

Mathematics Advanced

Arabella McFall Entertainment Industry Examination

Hannah Mills English Extension 2

Brandon Puri Mathematics Advanced

Thomas Smidt Biology

Aaron Whittaker Entertainment Industry Examination

The College wishes all of our graduates the very best as they commence tertiary study, apprenticeships and/or employment in 2022.

Finally, we would like to thank the teachers and staff of the College whose hard work and encouragement have empowered our students to achieve their best and to the parents of our students who continue to encourage and support their children and the College.