Emanuel School’s HSC success 

December 18, 2020

Despite a tumultuous and challenging year, Emanuel School’s Year 12 students’ focus and determination have converged to deliver outstanding results.

We congratulate and celebrate those students who achieved a State ranking for the following subjects:

Jessica – Business Studies – 8th in the State
Adam – Business Studies – 19th in the State
Ethan Melo – Modern History – 20th in the State

Other notable highlights include:

  • Ariel was selected for ARTEXPRESS
  • Asha was nominated for ARTEXPRESS
  • Amber was nominated for ENCORE

The School ranked 38th in the State, based on the percentage of Band 6 and E4 results across all subjects. Amongst non-selective co-educational schools, Emanuel ranked an impressive 4th  in the State.

This year’s impressive HSC results are testament to our students’ academic strength, resilience and tenacity as well as their teachers’ commitment to their success and personal development. We are proud of their efforts and celebrate their achievements.

Whilst we can get carried away with individual and collective performances, we must always keep in mind that our students are much more than their ATAR. They depart our School equipped with the mindset and skills required to thrive in the workplace – and, importantly, as ethical, caring and responsible global citizens.

Nine percent of students received an ATAR of 99.00 or more, 21% received an ATAR of 95.00 or more and 39% of students achieved 90.00 or more. Dux of the School, Beau, scored 99.80. Jonathan also produced an excellent ATAR of 99.60. Repeating the success of 2019, there were four All-Round Achievers and 61% of the cohort was recognised as Distinguished Achievers.

All students in Drama, Modern Hebrew Continuers (Year 11 accelerants) and Music 1 received a Band 6.

For interviews, details of the results and a video showcasing a few of our achievers, please click here.

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