2017 HSC Results
NSW Education Standards Authority released the HSC results today 14th December. Once again, the results are celebrated with 35 Band 6, which is a High Score, from 549 entries and 106 HSC students. This converts to 6.38% which is above the median success rate for schools in NSW of 5.47%.
In addition to this these 106 students across their six years of High School at Cronulla should be celebrated for their growth and development as young adults in many areas as listed below.
Been nominated for and had Year 12 Major Works displayed in the subjects of Dance, Drama, Industrial Technology Multimedia and Visual Arts.
Represented Cronulla High School at many community events including: Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards, Relay for Life (largest fundraising team in Sutherland Shire 2017), White Ribbon Day and Primary School Linkage Program.
In sport, they were State Medallists in NSW Knockout Sport, NSW CHS Blue Awards recipients, Regional Blue Award Winners, National, State, Regional and Zone Medallists and Age Champions in Athletics, Cross Country and Swimming, Best & Fairest in various Summer and Winter Grade Sports. They also played a mean game of handball in the quad during recess and lunch.
Took a leadership role in Cronulla High School as Peer Support Leader, SRC Leaders, Captains & Prefects and assisted at Open Nights and Liaison Day events.
Attended many camps such as Year 7, Year 9 PASS, Year 10 Snow Trip and Year 11 Crossroads. Experienced many, many excursions organised by their teachers. Dressed up for Muckup photos, swimming carnivals and athletics carnivals.
Performed or assisted in The Wizard of Oz and Oliver Musicals, Music Night & Arts in the Dark, ran and performed at many Assemblies, were selected for Regional Showcase, Festivals, Ensembles and Musical, Dance and Drama groups and performed at School Spectacular and toured Los Angeles.
It certainly is a long list of achievements and I am sure there are some omissions but the Staff and Teachers of Cronulla High School are proud of each, and every student’s contributions and achievements and we wish them future success in whatever pathway they choose. Year 12 of 2017 is most welcome to call by Cronulla High School and let us know how you are travelling.
Final note, as the school is not issued with actual ATARs it would be appreciated if all Year 12 student who applied for an ATAR could communicate this to the school.