HSC students returned to Kiama High for the Celebration Morning Tea when last year’s results were announced.
Calvin Moran achieved the top result for the school,with an ATAR of 95.6.
He has been offered an Engineering Cadetship at BlueScope for 2020 and will study Engineering at the University of Wollongong.
Kiama High School was well represented on the NSW Distinguished Achievers List, which recognises students who achieved a result in the highest band (Band 6 or Band E4) for one or more courses.
Students from KHS on the list this year are:
Calvin Moran – Engineering Studies, Mathematic, Physics and Mathematics Extension 1
Chen Quanhao – Physics
Arabella Hely – Aboriginal Studies
Chelsea Koks – Legal Studies
Victoria Luke – Music
Eliza Metcalfe – Society and Culture
Abbey Philpott – Visual Arts
Arian Rasekhi – Music
Ewan Stevens – Music
Brionai Sutherland – Legal Studies
Hamish Tanner – Industrial Technology.
Another 74 per cent of students achieved Band 5 results in at least one of their subjects, indicating a mark of 80 or above.
“Fifty eight students received Early Admission offers to UOW which is a pleasing increase on our 2018 offers,” says Principal Catherine Glover.
“Thank you to our fabulous teachers who have guided our students through the last six years of High School, offering them valuable learning experiences and extra-curricular opportunities.
“Kiama High School and Community wish all students good luck in their future endeavours.”
157 students were in the class of 2019.