Congratulations to the St Joseph’s College Year 12 students on their achievements in the 2018 HSC. Many of our students exhibited substantial student growth in courses and these successes are to be celebrated. There were exemplary individual achievements as well as excellent performance in a number of subjects.
Congratulations to the following students who were recognised on NESA’s Distinguished Achievers List: Kyle Macaskill, Maddison Devine, Joshua McGuinness, Chloe Dunemann, Molly Davis, Anais Loubet, Liam MacPhail, Lucy Neilson-Senise, Paige Robinson and Puttakhun Kaewmechai.
These students achieved a Band 6 (a mark over 90) in the following subjects:
Kyle Macaskill – Economics, English Advanced and Physics
Maddison Devine – English Standard, Senior Science and Society and Culture
Joshua McGuinness – Legal Studies and Society and Culture
Chloe Dunemann – Legal Studies
Molly Davis – Legal Studies
Anais Loubet – Legal Studies
Liam MacPhail – PDHPE
Lucy Neilson-Senise – Society and Culture
Paige Robinson – Industrial Technology (Multimedia)
Puttakhun Kaewmechai – Senior Science
Additionally, these students achieved an E4 (the highest band) in the following Extension subjects:
Kyle Macaskill – Mathematics Extension 1
Lucy Neilson-Senise – English Extension 2
Overall there were 15 Band 6 results, 134 Band 5 results, 2 E4 Extension course results and 8 E3 Extension course results.
Within the Diocese of Lismore the following outstanding achievements were attained:
1st in the Diocese in Economics and Mathematics Extension 2 – Kyle Macaskill
1st in the Diocese in Society and Culture – Joshua McGuinness
1st in the Diocese in the Construction Exam – Benjamin Hughes
1st in the Diocese in the Electrotechnology Exam – Hayden Baker
In addition, the following subjects achieved results above the state average: Ancient History, Biology, Business Studies, Construction, Electrotechnology, English Standard, English Extension 2, Hospitality, Industrial Technology, Information Processes and Technology, Legal Studies, Mathematics Extension 2, PDHPE, Senior Science, Society and Culture, Textiles and Design and Visual Arts.
The ATAR is the rank calculated for university entrance and is provided to each student who
applies. We are very pleased with the results achieved by the class of 2018 and wish our students
every success in the future. The following students are recognised for their exceptional rank:
Kyle Macaskill – 99.15
Joshua McGuinness – 93.5
Maddison Devine – 91.4
Kyle Macaskill is to be congratulated on achieving a Band 6 in 10 units of the HSC, recognised as an All Rounder in the Diocese of Lismore.