Trinity Anglican College achieved the highest HSC results on the border for the second year in a row.
It is also the second year that Trinity has been recognised in the list of Top 12 Regional Schools in NSW for the High School Certificate.
One Year 12 student, Lois Segun-Beloved, achieved the highest ATAR score on the border. That score was an impressive 99.4.
Lois is also the only student on the border to earn an All Rounder Award for scoring a Band 6 or equivalent in all of her subjects. Lois intends to study medicine and become a doctor.
Tom Kemp scored an ATAR of 98.2. Tom ranked second in all of NSW for his performance in engineering studies. Tom is now the successful recipient of a scholarship to study Aerospace Engineering at the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
It was another strong year for music at Trinity. Hattie Evans and Tom Summerfield attained scores of 98 and 99 respectively in their music studies.
Trinity students achieved a total of 38 Band 6 results and 96 Band 5 results across all subjects with 21 students on the NSW Distinguished Achievers List.
"We are delighted to see our students achieving their dreams," said Justin Beckett, principal at Trinity Anglican College.
"I am so grateful for the deep learning that happens at Trinity. It really is the land of opportunity for any student who wants to succeed."
Some of the best HSC results came from Year 11 students who have been accelerated to complete Year 12 courses.
In an amazing feat, the top three students in the Mathematics Extension 1 course, who all achieved Band 6 results, are accelerant students who were actually in Year 11. These students are Patrick Duggan, Laxna Bhujel and Ini Segun-Beloved.
"We are very excited about 2021," said Mr Beckett.
"We are launching an ambitious five-year strategic plan for 2021 to 2025 which will take the daily learning experience to the next level. Furthermore, we will continue to deliver an exciting smorgasbord of co-curricular, creative and sporting opportunities. There really is something for everyone."
To find out more about Trinity Anglican College visit trinityac.nsw.edu.au.