2019 HSC Results
Congratulations to the HSC class of 2019 at Inaburra School. Having completed their thirteen years of formal schooling, they have achieved wonderful results which reflect their positive approach to learning at Inaburra. While there are some excellent results achieved by a number of students, there are also many students whose growth in learning and understanding is cause for celebration and we recognise and acknowledge the achievements of them all.
Studies of Religion – Over 93% of this cohort achieved a result in the top two bands; 53.3% of students achieved band 6 (compared with 10.91 across the State), 40% of students achieved band 5 (compared with 35.24 across the State).
The following subjects all recorded averages that exceeded the State average by more than 10%:
Drama, Industrial Technology – Multimedia and Textiles and Design.
The following subjects all recorded averages that exceeded the State average by more than 5%:
Ancient History, Biology, Community and Family Studies, Design and Technology, Earth and Environmental Science, Food Technology, Mathematics Standard 2, Mathematics Extension 1, Music 1, Science Extension and Studies of Religion.
The following subjects had 100% of students achieve a band 6 or band 5 result:
Drama, English Extension 2, Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Music 1, Music 2, Music Extension, Science Extension, Textiles and Design.
Other notable aspects of the HSC results for 2019 include:
- 31% of Inaburra students achieved at least one result in the top band
- A total of 45 Band 6 results and 195 Band 5 results were recorded (49% of all results)
- A Drama group performance was nominated and selected for OnStage: Jordan Hood, Daniella Caruso, Leila Broughton, Madeleine James, Savannah Pullman and Ulani Behrens.
- Kaitlyn Russell was nominated and selected for inclusion in ART EXPRESS (Visual Arts)
- Eden Inglis and Bronte Phillips were selected for inclusion in ART RULES (Visual Arts)
- Danielle Caruso and Aaron Wilson were nominated for ENCORE (Music)
- Joshua Henley, Blake Hurford, Reece Owen & Lilli Waugh were nominated for InTech (Industrial Technology)
- Ulani Behrens, Breanna Doncovski, Harrison Jurd and William Salmon were nominated for SHAPE (Design and Technology)
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