The Class of 2009 achieved remarkable results and ‘personal bests’ across a diverse range of academic and non-academic areas.
Australian Tertiary Admission Rank
Four students scored an ATAR over 99, which placed them in the top 1% of the state:
- 99.95 Bronte Lambourne (maximum score possible)
The overall breakdown of ATAR results for the Class of 2009:
- 5% achieved ATARs over 99
- 17% achieved ATARs over 95
- 32% achieved ATARs over 90
- 70% achieved ATARs over 80.
High Places in the State
Bronte Lambourne was named as one of the top 49 All-Rounders in the State. Bronte also gained third place in the state in Chemistry (out of 10,041candidates) and eighth place in the State in Ancient History (out of 11,954 candidates).
All-round Achievers List
Students who achieved 90 or more in 10 HSC courses:
Achievement of 90 or more in 8 or 9 HSC Units
Distinguished Achievers List
(Students who achieved Band 6 for a course, or in the case of extension courses, Band E4, and have achieved an HSC mark of at least 90).
In 2009, 56 students from Kincoppal-Rose Bay achieved 122 mentions on the Distinguished Achievers List.
Major Creative Achievements
The Visual Art Body of Works of Caterina Faro ‘The Revolution of the Young Designer’ and Eleanor Miller ‘Defeat or Surrender’ were selected for exhibition in ArtExpress.
In Drama Louisa Hall and Hannah Frawley had their Design Projects selected for inclusion to the OnSTAGE exhibition at the Seymour Centre.