HSC Results | Central Coast Grammar School

HSC Results


Exceptionally strong 2018 HSC results have CCGS ranked at number 56 in the top 100 NSW schools, an improvement of 27 places from 2017.
 

HSC Highlights

  • 5% of our students achieved an ATAR over 99
     
  • 18% of our students achieved an ATAR over 95
     
  • 31% achieved an ATAR over 90
     
  • 43% achieved an ATAR over 85
     
  • 55% achieved an ATAR over 80
     
  • 53% of our students were noted on the NSW Education Standards Authority Distinguished Achievers list for achieving a Band 6 in 1 or more of their subjects


Individual achievements

  • Seven students (Emily Brooks, Emelia Corlett, Emma Farncomb, Elena Khoury, Zoe Mitchell, Indigo Neville and Jake Vernon-Elliot) were honoured by inclusion in the NSW Education Standards Authority All Rounders list for achieving Band 6 in 10 or more units of study.
     
  • Four students (Emelia Corlett, Elena Khoury, Zoe Mitchell and Jake Vernon-Elliot) were named Top Achievers in eight subjects. Top Achievers represent the students who achieved one of the highest places in their subject.
     
  • Outstanding performances were recorded in Society and Culture with Zoe Mitchell ranking 1st and two other students ranking in the top 7 in the state out of 4,500 students. Max Goring was one of 14 students in this subject to be awarded a High Distinction for his Personal Interest Project, which investigated the erosion of civil liberties in Australia and the United States. 
     
  • In the Sciences 26% of students gained Band 6 results in Physics, Chemistry and Biology with Jake Vernon-Elliot ranking 2nd in the state in Biology.
     
  • Within the Performing Arts across the subjects of Music, Drama and Dance, 55% of students gained Band 6 results with a record number of 16 nominations from the NSW Education Standards Authority. Stephanie Macdougall, an exceptionally talented dancer received 2 selections to perform in the HSC Dance showcase.
     
  • In the area of Industrial Technology four students (Haci Can, Gianni Ferrazzano, Jack Kemp and James Trethewy) received nominations from the NSW Education Standards Authority for the Industrial Technology exhibition.