​ HSC 2019

We are so proud of our 2019 HSC cohort and their achievements.  

Almost 60% of our girls gained at least one Band 6 or E4 in a set of results that showed the strength of performance across the board. 51% of the cohort achieved an ATAR of 90 or above, placing them in the top 10% of the state. Our median ATAR was 90. We are delighted that so many students achieved results that reflect their unwavering commitment all year. 

Read the summary of the 2019 HSC results

Read the summary of the 2019 HSC results in Chinese

Where are they now?

What are they studying now?

Top achievers

Congratulations to Maisy Lam-Po-Tang, who gained an outstanding ATAR of 99.7.

St Catherine's girls held these positions across the State in 2019

  • Jasmin Yip ranked 2nd in Food Technology and 7th in Design and Technology.
  • Mathilde Hinchcliffe ranked 3rd in Spanish Continuers.
  • Cleo Baldwin ranked 4th in the state for Drama.

All-round achievers

Congratulations to our HSC all-round achievers, who received a mark of 90 or above in at least 10 units of study

  • Maisy Lam-Po-Tang
  • Cleo Baldwin
  • Zara Bennett
  • Scarlett Craig
  • Nicola Kery
  • Rachel Li
  • Isabella Plaisted
  • Rebecca Rosenberg
  • Maya Rusli
  • Charlotte Williams Swinnen
  • Jasmin Yip

Distinguished achievers

St Catherine's had 240 mentions on the NESA Distinguished Achievers list for receiving a mark of 90 or above in one or more of their HSC subjects.

Creative nominations

The creative success of our talented students was recognised by their nomination for, or selection into, prestigious HSC showcases.

YOUNG WRITERS SHOWCASE English Extension major work selected Maisy Lam-Po-Tang.

ARTEXPRESS (visual arts) selected Maya Rusli

ARTEXPRESS (visual arts) selected Darcie Urquhart

OnSTAGE (drama) group performance selected Cleo Baldwin

OnSTAGE (drama) group performance selected Miah Madden

OnSTAGE (drama) group performance selected Rebecca Rosenberg

OnSTAGE (drama) group performance selected Darcie Urquhart



St Catherine's Year 12 student dux 2018