2018 ACADEMIC RESULTS
Emily Stevenson was recognised as an All Rounder with results in the top band for 10 units of HSC courses for Chemistry, English (Advanced), English Extension 1, Modern History, Spanish Beginners, Mathematics 2017 and Mathematics Extension 1 2017.
Another of our students, who name is withheld on request, achieved All Round status with results in the top band for 10 units of HSC courses for Ancient History, Biology, English (Advanced), Mathematics, Studies of Religion and Visual Arts.
HSC Distinguished Achievers (Band 6 or E4):
Mathematics General 2
Music 2, Music Extension, Chinese In Context
Textiles & Design
Willem De Moore
Mathematics (Extension 2), Mathematics 2017, Mathematics Extension 1 2017
Mathematics (Ext 2), Music 2, Software Design & Development, Mathematics 2017, Mathematics Extension 1 2017
Community & Family Studies, Design & Technology, Textiles & Design
Mathematics General 2, Senior Science
Visual Arts, Spanish Beginners
Business Studies, Mathematics
Mathematics General 2, Automotive (Mechanical Technology)
English Extension 1, Visual Arts, Mathematics 2017
Mathematics (Extension 2), Physics, Mathematics 2017, Mathematics Extension 1 2017
Community & Family Studies, Mathematics General 2
Legal Studies, Textiles & Design
The following SGCS students received a NSW rank for their achievements:
Marcus Mussawar – 2nd Automotive (Mechanical Technology)
Emily Stevenson – 3rd Spanish Beginners, 14th Modern History
Name withheld by request – 6th Studies of Religion II
Congratulations to our Year 11 Mathematics Acceleration students, Joy Anugerah, Esther Chung, Ellen Klimis and Peter Tyas whose Band 6 results place them in the HSC Distinguished Achievers List for 2018.
Congratulations to Joy Chen for her nomination to ENCORE for her impressive music performance for the HSC. ENCORE is a prestigious event, featuring a select program of outstanding performances and compositions by students, across New South Wales, who studied music for their HSC.
The creative talents of Jennifer Hampson were recognized with a nomination to Shape 2018. Shape 2018 is the annual NESA exhibition featuring a selection of exemplary Major Projects developed by HSC Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design students. Jennifer’s Textiles Major Work was also selected for the Texstyle Exhibition.
Congratulations to Georgia Clark whose Textiles and Design Major Work was selected for the Shape 2018 exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney.
The Major Works of Visual Arts students, Matisse Whyte and Claire Bryan-Ellis were selected to feature in the HSC Art Rules Exhibition at Hazelhurst Arts Centre, Gymea!