|19 Dec 2022|
The Class of 2022 will be remembered for their dedication, generous collaboration, grit and holistic approach to all aspects of their learning 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 10 All-Round Achievers (students who achieved the highest band possible in 10 or more units studied).
Four students were recognised as Top Achievers for attaining a place in NSW for a course, inclusive of Sarah Carrozzi, who placed 7th in Ancient History and 10th in Studies of Religion II, Cate Fitzpatrick, who placed 12th in Modern History and 9th in Studies of Religion II, Emma Frank, who placed 2nd in Ancient History and Sara Simon who placed 5th in Mathematics Standard II.
There were 96 students who appeared on the Distinguished Achievers List, with a total of 235 mentions. Loreto Normanhurst ranked 48th overall in NSW and 6th among Catholic schools.
We wish special congratulations to Sarah Carrozzi and Cate Fitzpatrick, who achieved the top ATAR of 99.65.
In addition, 14 students were nominated for HSC showcases. One of our students nominated was selected for inclusion in TEXStyle 2023, an exhibition of a selection of exemplary Textile and Design projects from the 2022 HSC.
Click here for a more detailed insight into our 2022 HSC results.
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