HSC Results to be Proud of at MSB 2019

‘Individually we are stars, together we are a constellation’ - HSC results to be proud of at Mount St Benedict College

The Class of 2019 continued the record of outstanding HSC results at Mount St Benedict College, Pennant Hills.  Guided by their motto ‘Individually we are stars, together we are a constellation”, Year 12 students distinguished themselves through their commitment to their studies, joy of learning and excellent relationships with dedicated and professional staff at the College.

The College was ranked as the 13th best performing of all Catholic schools in NSW, overall 74th best performing school in NSW* and the top performing girls’ school in the Hills District.

Four students were named on the All Rounders List, recognising the achievement of a Band 6 [or its equivalent] in ten HSC units [including English].  The girls were Andre Fisher, Sabina Mangat, Alexandra Soliman and Rebecca Wood.

Alexandra Soliman achieved the highest known ATAR at the College of 99.00.

The College Principal, Mrs Maria Pearson congratulated students on their excellent results. 

“Our academic results continue to give us every reason to be so proud of our girls,” Mrs Pearson said.

“We have enjoyed the leadership of our Class of 2019 who have been excellent role models. These are young women who will be leaders of the future - articulate, confident and intelligent decision-makers.”

There were four students with Top Placements in the State:

  • Natalie Winiarski 2nd Place in Textiles and Design
  • Caitlyn Hajje 5th Place in Entertainment Industry Examination
  • Alexandra Soliman 6th Place in Business Studies
  • Lily O’Brien 13th Place in Mathematics Standard 2

Ten students were nominated for exemplary HSC Major Projects or Performances:

  • Callback (Dance – Major Study Performance) - Ashleigh James
  • In Tech Shape 2019 (HSC Industrial Technology Multimedia Major Projects) – Elise Allen, Claudia Geromboux, Caitlyn Hajje, Jordyn Harrison, Courtney Nader and Jessica White
  • Shape and Texstyle Exhibitions – Eliza Hayman (Design and Technology), Rebecca Wood (Design and Technology) and Natalie Winiarski (Textiles and Design)

This year the College had 153 mentions on the Distinguished Achievers List.  

An estimated 29% of the eligible cohort achieved an ATAR over 90.

*Source: Sydney Morning Herald, December 18 2019

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