NCS performs well in the 2021 HSC
The 2021 HSC results are in and our students have performed very well, despite the disruptions that have occurred for the last two years.
Nowra Christian School Principal, Mr Rob Bray, said that a combination of hardworking students, dedicated teachers, supportive parents and carers and the school’s unique approach to the HSC has contributed to our students’ academic success this year.
A special congratulations to Micah Edwards, a Year 10 student who has been accelerated in Mathematics and received 93 in the HSC Mathematics Advanced through a compressed delivery. He was also mentioned in the NSW Merit list. A special mention to Jemima Parker who was DUX of the year.
Overall, this year’s HSC results have been pleasing with 26% of our students achieving a Band 5 and 40% achieving a Band 4.
Mr Bray said, “At Nowra Christian School we recognise that the true worth of each student is measured by many more factors than just their ATAR score. We are proud of their academic performances but even more encouraged as a result of the commendable character traits that they display.
“We are confident that each of our students demonstrates a willingness to enter their new communities with the intention of using their gifts and talents to make positive contributions.
“We are very proud of all our Year 12 students and pray that God will richly bless them in 2022 as they commence higher education, take a gap year or begin work.
“Well done to all our Year 11 students who have also performed well this year, and have now completed half of their HSC program!”