• Our HSC students achieved 72 distinguished achievers’ places for marks of 90 and above in the following courses - Ancient History, Business Services, Chemistry, Design and Technology, Drama, English Advanced, English Extension 1, English Extension 2, Industrial Technology, Information Technology, Mathematics (General), Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Modern History, Music 1, Music 2, Music Extension, Physics, Studies of Religion 1, Studies of Religion 2, Textiles and Design and Visual Arts.
  • Adriana Mastroianni and Nicola Hughes achieved fifth and ninth in the State in Business Services and Julian Lau achieved eighth in the State in Information Technology.
  • 27 courses achieved above State Average.
  • 14 students achieved an ATAR over 90 with Matilda Dwyer, Madeleine Norris, Rachel Hammond, Maximilian Shanahan, Daniel Walsh, Jake Williams, Curtis Smyth, Erin McGee and Anna Barkle achieving our highest ATARs.
  • 76 per cent of two unit results were placed in the top three performance bands. 61 per cent per cent of results in the same courses were either Band 5 or Band 6.
  • Our HSC students achieved 262 Band 5 results and 229 Band 4 results.
  • Jordan Brown and William Evers’ Industrial Technology major projects were selected for display at InTECH; Alissa Clinen’s Textiles and Design major project was selected for display at TexStyle; Elana Dawson’s Design and Technology was selected for display at DesignTECH; Rachael Hasler’s major performance for Drama was nominated for OnStage, Travers Keirle’s major performance for Music 2 was nominated for Encore; and Julian Lau and Madeleine Norris’s Industrial Technology major projects were nominated for display at InTECH.
  • Julian was the recipient of the 2013 College Mission Award for embracing the opportunities encompassed in the Mission Statement of the College.

Students of Year 12 2013 have actively contributed to all areas of College and community life. They have exercised outstanding service through social justice campaigns, were publicly recognised in the arts, were elite athletes, have actively mentored and guided our younger students and have displayed excellence and service in leadership of our student body. They are young people of hope who have all, individually, achieved success in the 2013 HSC.