The staff at Red Bend Catholic College wish to congratulate the 2018 HSC cohort on their results.
All at the College are extremely proud of all the students and their achievements. The students’ results are a reflection of their conscientious attitude and enthusiastic approach across all subject areas. It is also a reward for intense effort and study and a product of the combined commitment of the students and their teachers.
Emily Jeffrey has been awarded first in the state in the Primary Industries examination. This is an outstanding result for Emily, as well as her teacher, Col Hawthorn.
The College Dux for 2018 is Jackson Burton who received an ATAR of 94.3.
Sixteen students have been recognised on the Distinguished achievers list for achieving a Band 6 (90 or above) in one or more courses. These students achieved 26 Band 6 results across 14 different subjects.
Forty students achieved Band 5’s across 25 courses. In total, the cohort received 112 Band 5’s which is equivalent to a mark between 80 and 89.
Fifty three students achieved Band 4’s across 25 courses. In total, the 2018 cohort received 127 Band 4’s which is equivalent to a mark between 70 and 79.
Many students also came very close to going up a band: 22 students were 1 to 2 marks off receiving a band 6 result; 31 students were 1 to 2 marks off receiving a band 5 result; 19 students were 1 to 2 marks off going up to a band 4 result and 17 students were 1 to 2 marks off going up to a band 3 result.
Red Bend Catholic College is proud of the strong performance across all levels of achievement for the HSC class of 2018. Congratulations and best wishes for the future to this graduating class.