HSC Results 2019
Congratulations to our graduating class of 2019.
Our 2019 HSC results have surpassed the outstanding results of the last 2 years.
Schools are not privy to its students’ ATAR results. They were sent to students by the Universities Admissions Centre directly. We can only report on the ATAR information students have given us.
Brief Summary and Highlights of Higher School Certificate (HSC) results:
- 163 candidates each awarded the HSC.
- 15 candidates elected not to present for an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).
- 148 candidates opted to present for an ATAR.
- 71 out of the 148 ATAR candidates (48%) achieved at least one mention on the Premier’s Distinguished Achiever’s list.
- Ranked 3rd across Sydney Catholic Schools
- Bethany College is ranked 72nd out of approximately 800 schools in NSW. Bethany has appeared in the top 100 schools for the third consecutive year.
- 4 students were All Rounders and received over 90% for each subject
- 4 mentions on the NSW Premier’s Top Achievers list for students in the top 20 of a subject, Louisa Leone was placed 3rd in the State in Chemistry and 5th in the State in Extension 2 Mathematics, Julia Lo Russo 4th in the State for Legal Services and 5th in the State in Studies of Religion II.
- 169 mentions on the NSW Premier’s Distinguished Achiever’s list (students who achieve a Band 6, mark greater than 90%, in all subjects presented).
The Distinguished Achievers are:
Lauren Airey, Justina Alabasinis, Eve Angelopoulos, Sofia Aranega, Mia Attard, Daria Badaoui, Zoe Belarra, Siena Bonanno, Kate Britcher, Sofia Canestro, Lara Chaanine, Raphaela Challita, Lucy Conway, Elise Cook, Carina Cunha, Siena Dal Bianco, Ophelia Devcic, Olivia Di Costanzo, Ashley Farah, Eve Fernando, Ameline Foskett, Catherine Fotiou, Isabella Genlik, Monique Guardala, Victoria Haldezos, Bridget Halliday, Ella Hankinson, Konstantina Harellis, Ashleigh Hollis, Eve Hudson, Alana Jones, Nyah Jones, Ellen Kalantzis, Alexandra Keedle Ortiz, Anastasia Kountourogianis, Emilia Kovacevic, Alana Kovacic, Louisa Leone, Julia Lo Russo, Victoria Loutas, Sally Lutovski, Jasmine Maakaroun, Alexis Maalouf, Lucy Madden, Cassandra Manning, Sinead McGarry, Gabriella Meadowcroft, Tiana Mihaljek, Brianna Mikhail, Mia Mitchell, Georgia Morrison, Kristen Natalizi, Ha Nguyen, Ana Nikolovska, Maria Palapanis, Catherine Alexandra Papadimitriou, Julia Pejkovic, Anna Pemberton, Vanessa Phang, Louise Robinson, Eliza Rosenberg, Lanna Rowen, Naomi Ruggiero, Maria Jessica Said, Brooke Salisbury, Ellie Shaw, Danielle South, Grace Steriovski, Valentina Triulcio, Thalia Tsapilis, Natalya Zappia, Wanlin Zhang
- 97% of all courses were above the State average.
At least 32students (22%) with an ATAR of 90 or greater (as at time of printing)
- 4 students nominated for Drama Onstage – Ellie Shaw – Group Performance and Individual Performance; Brooke Salisbury – Group Performance and Individual Performance; Bridget Halliday – Group Performance; Deahna Sarigiannis – Individual Performance
- 16 nominations for Dance Callback – Lauren Airey – Core Performance and Major Study Performance; Sofia Canestro – Core Performance and Major Study Performance; Nyah Jones – Core Performance; Alexis Maalouf – Core Performance, Core Composition and Major Study Performance; Louise Robinson – Core Performance, Core Composition and Major Study Performance; Anna Pemberton – Core Composition; Sofia Canestro – Core Composition; Bridget Halliday – Core Composition; Emilia Kovacevic – Core Composition; Danielle South – Major Study Performance
- 4 students nominated for Design and Technology exhibition – Share 2019: Lara Chaanine, Tiana Mihaljek, Vanessa Phang; Naomi Ruggiero
- 1 student selected for the Textiles and Design Shape 2019 exhibition at Powerehouse Museum – Daria Badaoui. A total of the 1283 candidates across NSW and only a handful are selected.
Noteworthy subject performances (in subject alphabetic order), where all students achieved a Band 4 or higher (>70%):
- Modern History
- Music 1
- Society and Culture
- Textiles & Design
- Visual Arts
Noteworthy subject performances (in subject alphabetic order), where all students achieved a Band 5 or higher (>80%):
- English Extension 1
- Mathematics Extension 2
2019 Dux of College
Students who placed in the state
Students with ATAR over 90