Kambala’s common goal to educate ‘the whole girl’—where academic, creative, cultural and sporting endeavours are celebrated—has delivered outstanding 2018 HSC results. The School has ranked as 14thmost successful school in New South Wales.
The 2018 HSC results reflect outstanding achievements across all areas of study, reinforcing Kambala’s position as the highest ranking non-selective girls’ school in the Eastern Suburbs.
Here is a snapshot of Kambala’s 2018 HSC success stories:
- 11 students placed on the All-round Achievers List, signifying an accomplishment of a Band 6 (90% or more) across 10 or more units of study: Yuki (Wai Shan) Chen, Daisy Cobcroft, Felicia Ee, JessicaFirth, Sophia Haralambis, Laila-Kate McEwan, Lydia Munro, Annabel Remen, Sarah Wacher, Phoebe Zeng, Jessica Zylstra.
- 72% of students earned a place on the 2018 Distinguished Achievers List for scoring a Band 6 (90% or more) in a subject.
- This year, 100% of graduating students achieved Band 5 or 6/E3 or E4 results in the following 13 subjects: Aboriginal Studies, Economics, English Extension 1, Geography, Hindi Continuers, Japanese Continuers, Japanese Extension, Latin Continuers, Latin Extension, Mathematics Extension 2, Modern Greek Beginners, Music 2 and Music Extension.
- OnSTAGE – Drama nominees
- Individual Drama Project – Theatre Criticism: Jessica Zylstra
- ENCORE – Music nominees (Performance)
- Winnie Zhao – Piano
- Jessica Zylstra – Voice
- Joanne Hwang – Cello
- ARTEXPRESS – Visual Arts nominees
- Anastasia Karageorge – The Four Disgraces
- Olivia Kohan – Out of the Mist
- Kristen Rhodes – Abiotic Abstraction
- Meg White – Slick
- SHAPE – Design and Technology nominees
- Sophia Bablis – Argentum Butterfly
- Emily Hawthorne – Tottenham
- Hannah Keogh – Endometriosis
“On behalf of the Kambala community, I am delighted for the Class of 2018 and congratulate them on their outstanding personal and academic achievements,” said Principal, Shane Hogan.
Kambala offers students a choice of learning pathways where girls can achieve either the HSC or the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.
“Around 85 percent of the Kambala Year 12 cohort have received their HSC results. The remaining students completed the IB Diploma and they will receive their results on 3 January. The HSC scores represent only a fraction of the entire picture of academic excellence at Kambala.”
“Once again, this cohort continued the fine tradition of academic excellence, being ranked the 14th most successful school by the Sydney Morning Herald and highest ranked non-selective girls’ school in the Eastern Suburbs.”“Inspired learning and empowering young women of integrity is at the heart of Kambala’s educational philosophy. It is gratifying to see Kambala’s graduating cohort reinforce the School’s reputation for academic excellence. The results are a credit to these young women who have exhibited diligence in their study, pride in their School and the character that is synonymous with a Kambala girl. They can be enormously proud of their achievements,” Mr Hogan said.