Congratulations to the Marist Catholic College North Shore (MCCNS) Class of 2022 on your outstanding HSC results!
Our school was among the top 150 schools in the state, placing 122nd in Sydney Morning Herald rankings.
MCCNS recorded 72 Distinguished Achievers and two All Rounders. Additionally, 97% courses were above state average, with 100% of standard courses above the state average, and 80% of extension courses above the state average.
Principal Anthony Boys congratulated Year 12 on their fantastic efforts.
“The entire cohort displayed a great spirit of collaboration and resilience, we remain very proud of our distinguished alumni and wish to acknowledge the significant partnership between our students and their wonderful teachers and families”, Mr Boys said.
“It was pleasing to note the significant number of standard and extension courses achieving Band 6 results and above state average.
“These achievements are the result of increased collective efficacy among staff and college leaders, improved collaboration between students and improved processes around feedback,” Mr Boys added.
Sydney Catholic Schools has achieved outstanding results in the 2022 HSC with nine of its 33 schools ranked among the top 100 high schools in NSW.
A total of 17 schools ranked among the top 150 secondary schools, underlining Sydney Catholic Schools’ position as one of the top performing systems in Australia.
Sydney Catholic Schools recorded an impressive 2630 Distinguished Achievers, 66 Top Achievers and 58 All Rounders.
Marist Catholic College North Shore 2022 HSC Results
Here’s a recap of our 2022 HSC highlights:
- Ranked 122nd in NSW
- Two All Rounders – number of students scoring above 90 in at least 10 units
- 72 Distinguished Achievements – lists the students who achieved a result in the highest band (Band 6 or Band E4) for one or more courses, not including results for courses studied external to their school
- 97% of courses above state average
- 100% of standard courses above state average
- 80% of extension courses above the state average