|20 Jan 2022|
The Class of 2021 will be remembered for their grit, felicity and generosity to our community, and we are delighted to celebrate these achievements with them. It was wonderful to gather with some of the recent graduates at the Principal's HSC Morning Tea.
There were 16 All-Round Achievers (students who achieved the highest band possible in 10 or more units studied).
Seven students were recognised as Top Achievers for attaining a place in NSW for a course. This included Joanne Yi, who achieved an outstanding First in Course for Korean in Context, studied through the Secondary College of Languages Chatswood Campus.
There were 112 students who appeared on the Distinguished Achievers List, with a total of 306 mentions. Loreto Normanhurst ranked 38th overall in NSW and 6th among Catholic schools.
We wish special congratulations to Erin Longney, who achieved the top ATAR of 99.7.
In addition, 12 students were nominated or selected for HSC showcases. Six students were selected for inclusion in OnSTAGE for their work in HSC Drama. Two students were nominated to Shape 2021 for work in Design and Technology or Textiles, with one student selected for inclusion in TexStyle. There were three students nominated for ENCORE for their work in HSC Music, and two nominated for ARTEXPRESS for their work in HSC Visual Arts.
Watch this video to hear members of the Class of 2021 reflect on their Loreto education in their own words.
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