Congratulations to the Inaburra School HSC Class of 2021.
Today we celebrate the completion of thirteen years of formal schooling for the Inaburra Class of 2021 with the release of the HSC and ATAR marks. Whatever the individual result, there’s no denying the resilience of this cohort who have spent approximately one-quarter of the last two years of school time in remote learning. We recognise and acknowledge the achievements of them all.
Despite the range of challenges they faced there were some excellent results achieved by this cohort.
Subjects that achieved above-state averages:
The following subjects recorded averages that exceeded the State average by more than 10%: Food Technology and Industrial Technology – Multimedia.
The following subjects all recorded averages that exceeded the State average by more than 5%: Dance, Design & Technology, Drama, Engineering Studies, Mathematics Extension 2, Music 1, PDHPE, Textiles and Design.
The following subjects had 100% of students achieve a Band 6 or Band 5 result:
Dance, Design & Technology, English Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Music 1, Music 2, Music Extension 1, Science Extension, Textiles & Design.
Other notable aspects of the HSC results for 2021 include:
- A total of 74 Distinguished Achiever results were listed on the 2021 HSC Honour Roll where students had achieved a mark of 90 or above (Band 6) in specific subjects.
- A total of 208 Band 5 results were recorded where students had achieved a mark of 80 or more (47% of all results)
- 13 Year 11 students completed Mathematics Extension 1 and 14 completed Mathematics Advanced
HSC All-Rounders and Achievers
Well done to three of our students who were recognised on the ‘All Round Achievers’ list with results in the highest possible band across 10 units of study – Darcy Faulkes, James Locke and Emily Ko.
Congratulations to Julian Torrillo for gaining 4th place in the state in Food Technology.
Notable ATAR Results
Three of our Year 12 Graduates scored an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) above 99, placing them in the top one percent nationally. With their permission we can share: Darcy Faulkes 99.6, James Locke 99.5 (who were equal Dux of Year 12) and Daniel Wakeford (3rd in Year 12) with an ATAR of 99.4.
An additional three students received an ATAR above 95 with 13 students in total receiving an ATAR above 90.
Congratulations to the following students for recognition of their HSC Major Works:
Felix Middleton was selected to be included in ARTEXPRESS 2022 for his Visual Arts Body of Work ‘The Traveller’ at the Bank Art Museum in Moree.
Emily Ko’s Visual Arts Body of Work ‘Blended’ was selected for inclusion in the Art Rules 2021 exhibition in the Broadhurst Gallery at Hazelhurst Arts Centre.
Emily Clark’s Visual Arts Body of Work ‘Pop’ was selected for inclusion in the ZOOMERS exhibition in the Main Gallery at Hazelhurst Arts Centre.
Textiles and Design student Georgia Long was selected for Texstyle 2022, the exhibition of a selection of exemplary HSC Textile and Design projects from the 2021 HSC.
Three students were nominated for SHAPE – the exhibition of a selection of exemplary major projects by Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design students:
- Emily Ko and Chelsea Russell – Industrial Technology
- Georgia Long – Textiles and Design
The Drama Group Performance ‘The Child’ was nominated for OnSTAGE featuring students Mia Francesconi, Julia Green, Clare Hollis, Teyana Newman, Eythan Pankhurst and Daniel Wakeford.
Daniel Wakeford’s Individual Drama Performance ‘The Plum Role’ was nominated for OnSTAGE.
Drama student Teyana Newman’s individual project was nominated for OnSTAGE.
Dance student Tenaya Antonich’s Core Composition was nominated for Callback.
HSC Music compositions by Katherine Khoury and Daniel Wakeford were nominated for ENCORE.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021 and the incredible teachers and families who got them through under the most difficult of circumstances. We look forward to what the future brings.
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