Exceptional 2021 HSC results have CCGS ranked at number 75 in the top 100 NSW schools.
Results at a glance
- 56% of students achieved an ATAR of 80+
- 31% of students achieved an ATAR of 90+
- 15% of students achieved an ATAR of 95+
- 63% of all exams sat resulted in a Band 5 or 6
- 51% of students were recognised on the NESA Distinguished Achievers list
- Eighth successive year listed in Top 100 schools
We are very proud of the collective and individual achievements of our students, some of which include:
- Joshua Dickford who was named Dux of the School with an ATAR of 99.35.
- Five students (Lucinda Incoll, Annabella Poll, Louis Sturm, Eben Turner and Hugh Wassall) were honoured by inclusion in the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) All Rounders list for achieving Band 6 in 10 or more units of study.
- In the area of Industrial Technology, William Trethewy has been accepted to showcase his major work in InTech during 2022.
- In the area of Visual Arts, Daisy Hughes has been accepted to showcase her major work in Art Express during 2022.
- Hannah Stanley’s Visual Arts HSC body of work has also been accepted for exhibition in First Class 21, a Museum of Art and Culture, Lake Macquarie (MAC yapang).
- In Science Extension, Tim Wilkins ranked equal 7th in the state.
- In Society and Culture, Emily Anstice was awarded a Distinction for her Personal Interest Project which explored how the role of masculinity impacts climate denialism.
You can view the full news release and results here.