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Domremy College rockets up the HSC rankings

Teamwork made the dream work at Domremy Catholic College, where the class of 2023 celebrated outstanding HSC results.

Anthony Cleary: HSC ‘success’ is a matter of your perspective

I well remember the front-page headline of The Daily Telegraph on 8 January 1997, “The Class we Failed” with a photograph of the 36 members of Mount Druitt High’s HSC class—none of whom had attained a tertiary entrance rank (TER) of 50.

Dear Parents, Sydney’s HSC students have something to ask

With just four months to go until the HSC, Sydney’s Catholic Year 12 students have some wise words of advice for parents and carers hoping to help make exam time less stressful.

Success is sweet for Catholic school students after the toughest HSC

There’s nothing better than teamwork for achieving a goal say Antonio Giusti and James Papic, who kept focus on their studies for the HSC...

Dear Gladys, HSC is tougher than ever

Dear Premier, I’m a Year 12 student at Aquinas Catholic College Menai and currently studying via online learning. Unlike last year, this is not a completely...

Anthony Cleary: Trial exam also a milestone for students

Recently, Year 12 students across New South Wales sat for the first ever Trial HSC exam in Studies in Catholic Thought. This was a significant...

Maths prodigy sets her own course

Tracie Duong is no ordinary 16-year-old. Though only in year 11, this young maths whiz from Mary Mackillop Catholic College at Fairfield is completing...

Sydney’s best honoured

What does it take to receive First place for a HSC level course? Of the 75 000 students who studied this year, only 126...

Where to after the HSC?

Unsure of what to do after the HSC? The best advice I have can be fleshed out from the simple message on a huge...

Kevin Donnelly: Time to drop the mediocrity of the ATAR

It’s HSC examination time and for many Year 12 students their main concern will be how well they do compared to other students and...

Thriving and surviving Term 4

Spring Back into School The spring break passes oh so quickly and while simply turning up for Term 4 works for many, others can benefit...

Teenager takes a seat at the UN

In the middle of her Year 12 trials Ashleigh Chatelier, college captain of St Scholastica’s college in Glebe, received a call she had been...
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