17 Dec 2022
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17 Dec 2022
Normanhurst Boys High School students - fostered with excellence as young men and enjoying successes with the 2022 HSC result release!
The effort and persistence of Class of 2022 and the accelerated classes have paid off yet again!
We are very proud that Angus Stewart (Year 12 2022) has taken out first place in the Engineering Studies course, and Sunny Chen (Year 11 2022) has taken out first place in Geography (Accelerated, Year 12 Course) in the state!
The school also congratulates their teachers, Mr Warren McGuire and Ms Angela Ellen for their hard work in the journey to assess and give feedback to students on this long journey of learning!
Angus is featured from approximately 22 minutes into the ceremony, and Sunny is featured from approximately 25 minutes into the ceremony.
The following students have also been named as Top Achievers ("State Rank") by the NSW Education Standards Authority. Congratulations to these students and their teachers:
Engineering Studies, 3rd in NSW.
Congratulations to Joshua and his teacher, Mr Warren McGuire!
Mathematics Advanced, 6th in NSW
Congratulations to Peter and his teacher, Mr Hubert Lam!
Chemistry (Accelerated), 7th in NSW
Congratulations to Jason and his teacher, Mr Khai Vo!
Chemistry (Accelerated), 8th in NSW
Congratulations to Bobby and his teacher, Mr Khai Vo!
Engineering Studies, 10th in NSW.
Congratulations to Yankai and his teacher, Mr Warren McGuire!
Chemistry (Accelerated), 13th in NSW
Congratulations to David and his teacher, Mr Khai Vo!
Chemistry (Accelerated), 19th in NSW
Congratulations to Rohan and his teacher, Mr Khai Vo!
Together with thirty six All Rounder students (who have achieved Band 6/E4 for ten or more units):
This has culminated in Normanhurst Boys High School's HSC success being ranked 8th in NSW for 2022!
54-72 Pennant Hills Road
Normanhurst NSW 2076
(Entrance from Fraser Road)
telephone 02 9489 1077
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present.
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