We proudly congratulate our year 12 students for their excellent performance and commitment in the 2018 Higher School Certificate. Nowra Anglican College has again been named the top performing school across the Shoalhaven and South Coast. Our school is also identified as one with outstanding academic “value add” allowing all students at all levels to achieve their best.
There has been much to celebrate with a considerable number of Band 6 results achieved by many students across a wide number of subjects. Our Year 12 students have worked hard to achieve these results and we commend them for their perseverance and positive outlook.
Top-left: Dan Bardsley-Divina was named in the All Rounder Achievement list and achieved the highest ATAR in the College; Top-right: Will Davies achieved 100% in 2 Unit Mathematics and was placed 4th in NSW for his achievement; Bottom-left: Luke Huard’s major work for Design and Technology; Bottom-right: Jeremy Lindsay seen here performing one of his Extension 1 Music pieces nominated for “Encore” at the 2018 Senior School Presentation Assembly.
Of particular note this year are the results in 2 Unit Mathematics, Extension 1 and Extension 2 Mathematics with numerous Band 6 results received and 100% of the cohort achieving the equivalent of a Band 5 or 6 in Extension 1 and 2 Mathematics. Will Davies, Year 11 student was ranked 4th in the State in 2 Unit Mathematics.
In keeping with our tradition of a strong culture of achievement in the creative and performing arts, a number of students have received accolades for their major works in English Extension 2, Music, Visual Arts and Design and Technology.
Our students have told us many wonderful stories of their results and plans for the future. Many students have been offered early entry to University courses across the State and we look forward to hearing of their future exploits.
Staff are incredibly proud of the achievements of all of our students who have demonstrated exceptional commitment, resilience and perseverance in their studies. We are confident that they will do well as they head into the next stage of their lives.
- Dan Bardsley-Divina achieved the highest ATAR in the College with a result of 97.7. He achieved Band 6 results in Engineering Studies, Mathematics Extension 1 and Extension 2, Music 2 and was placed 2nd in the State for Entertainment Industry. Dan was also named on the HSC Honour Roll for his exceptional results.
- Will Davies, a Year 11 student, achieved 100% in 2 Unit Mathematics and was placed 4th in the State on the Honour roll for this subject.
- Bella Inthra, our College Dux has achieved Band 6 results in Biology, and Mathematics. Bella received an ATAR over 94.
- School Captain, Bronte Heslehurst achieved an ATAR over 90 and a Band 6 result in 2 Unit Mathematics.
- Jeremy Lindsay received excellent results across all subjects and particularly excelled in Music Extension 1 receiving a mark of 49/50. Jeremy was nominated for the highly acclaimed Encore concert for his exemplary music performance. Jeremy achieved an ATAR over 95.
- Ethan Munn was nominated for Artexpress for his exceptional Visual Art Major Work titled “Beautiful Mistakes”.
- Luke Huard, nominated for the Shape exhibition for his exemplary work in Design and Technology, also received a Band 6 in this subject.
- Margaux D’Ament was also nominated for the Shape exhibition for her exceptional Design and Technology Major Work.
- Oscar Wong achieved highly in all subject areas including Band 6 results in Design and Technology and 2 Unit Mathematics.
- James Ralph achieved highly across all subject areas, particularly in the subject of Society and Culture achieving a Band 6 result and Extension 2 English with 45/50.
- Emily Nield achieved an E4 in English Extension 1 with a result of 45/50.
- Cassie Chen studied Chinese in Context through Distance Education with a result of 95/100
- Nicholas Pascoe achieved a Band 6 result in 2 Unit Mathematics.
- Congratulations to two Year 9 students Jack Sweet and Troy Sweet who are following an accelerated pattern of study in Mathematics – both achieved Band 6 results in 2 Unit Mathematics.