• Excellence, Endurance, Eternity.

    A vision for Academic excellence with national and international Achievers in Sport and the Creative Arts.

  • Excellence, Endurance, Eternity.

    Acceleration and extension opportunities through the E.D.G.E Academy

  • Excellence, Endurance, Eternity.

    Air-conditioned, permanent buildings and outstanding facilities
    set amongst 80 acres of Australian bushland!

  • Excellence, Endurance, Eternity.

    Accessible education with Affordable fees.

Welcome to Wollondilly Anglican College

 

Wollondilly Anglican College is one of 19 schools operated by Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation. It is a Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 co-educational College. Located in pleasant rural surroundings at Tahmoor, about 60 minutes from Sydney's CBD, it strives for educational excellence in a Christian context and includes modern, permanent, air-conditioned buildings.

 

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  • Posted 21 June, 2018

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HSC Results

2017 HSC Results

Wollondilly Anglican College: Outstanding HSC Results 
Again, Ranked in the Top 150 Schools 

 Wollondilly Anglican College ranked 2nd in the local area: Campbelltown / Camden / Wollondilly) 
Result included 38 Band 6 Results from 58 students
And 14 Students on the “Distinguished Achievers Merit” List 

 
Congratulations to the Year 12 class of 2017 for their hard work and dedication in the achievement of commendable HSC results. The College community was thrilled to learn that 14 students were placed in the highest result band for at least one subject. Each received honourable mention on the prestigious list of distinguished HSC achievers for 2017. 
 
Top Achievers List 
Caitlin Konzen – Ranked 4th in the Higher School Certificate for General Mathematics
 
All Rounders list 
(students who achieved the highest band, Band 6 or equivalent, for all subjects) 
Jamieson Bell
Murray Jobbins
 
Distinguished Achievers Merit list for NSW 
Morgan Allan: Mathematics
Jamieson Bell: Economics; Advanced English; English Extension 1; English Extension 2; Mathematics Extension 1; Mathematics Extension 2; Physics
Joshua Bell: Industrial Technology;
David Clark: Mathematics; Physics;
Jason Davies: Economics; Advanced English; English Extension 1; English Extension 2; Modern History; History Extension
Taylah Fenning: General Mathematics
Nicholas Fleming: General Mathematics; Society and Culture
William Harris: Biology
Murray Jobbins: Chemistry; Advanced English; Mathematics Extension 1; Mathematics Extension 2; Physics; German Continuers
Caitlin Konzen: Ancient History; Advanced English; General Mathematics; Society and Culture
Lucy Mills: Advanced English; Modern History; Music 1
Max Noakes: Modern History; History Extension
Lukas Potter: Music 1
Jamie Thain: Mathematics
 
Merit list notable mentions 
English Advanced Extension 1 and 2: Rank 114 
 
Congratulations – Students with ATAR 90+ - (information to date) 
 
Jamieson Bell 99.35 College Dux
Murray Jobbins  98.45
Jason Davies 97.30
Caitlin Konzen 95.95
Morgan Allan 90.15
David Clark 94.10
Max Noakes 90.05 College Captain
 
Jamieson is exploring a scholarship offer for study in Mathematics at Wollongong University;
Murray hopes to continue studies at Australian National University in Science and Philosophy;
Jason has accepted an offer of early entry into a Commerce degree at University as a Deans scholar;
Caitlin has a preference for a Bachelor of Social Science and Law at the University of Western Sydney;
David has accepted early entry to University of Wollongong to study Civil Engineering;
Morgan has been accepted a Dean's Scholar in Engineering at Wollongong University;
Max will travel and then take up a Dean’s Scholar placement for a Bachelor of Commerce in 2019
 
College Foundation Headmaster, Dr Stuart Quarmby was pleased with the results. “They are a testament to the hard work of the students, the support of their parents and the many hours of extra time committed by staff in the creation of a unique Learning Culture at the College. What impresses me most, is the strength of character and the persistence that is embedded in this list of names which reminds those who know and care for them of their achievements nationally and internationally in endeavours such as Science, Music, Debating and Community Service”, said Dr Quarmby
 
“Of course, great results measured against external bench marks are important and worthy of celebration, but there were smiles all round from other students in Year 12 who gained results that represented stories of average academic track records being converted through the hard work of staff and their own endeavours into expanded career options. The smiles on the faces of each of these students are no less broad”, said Dr Quarmby.

 

2016

Pleasing HSC Results 

College among the top schools in Campbelltown / Camden / Wollondilly LGAs 12 Band 6 Results from 46 students 6 Students on the “Distinguished Achievers Merit” List 

Congratulations to the Year 12 class of 2016 for their hard work and dedication in the achievement of commendable HSC results. The College community was thrilled to learn that 6 students were placed in the highest result band for at least one subject. All received honourable mention on the prestigious list of distinguished HSC achievers for 2016.

Distinguished Achievers Merit list for NSW – extract – 

Gabrielle Apps: Economics; Mathematics; Modern History; 
Stephen Burrett: Mathematics;
Alexandra Gaidzionis: English Extension; Personal Development, Health and Physical Education;
Grayce Keen: Ancient History; English Extension;
Rebekah Law: Design and Technology; Mathematics; Personal Development, Health and Physical Education;
Jonathan Vong: Visual Arts

Congratulations – Students with ATAR 90+
    Gabrielle Apps (Dux)    95.90
    Rebekah Law        94.60
    
Gabrielle has accepted a University placement to study Medical Biotechnology, Rebekah will commence a degree in Construction Project Management and Alexandra Gaidzionis (ATAR 89.45) has accepted a Dean’s Scholar position to study Arts at University of Wollongong.

Subjects to shine in 2016 included Business Studies; Physical Development, Health and Physical Education; Ancient History; English Extension; General Mathematics; History Extension; Visual Arts; Information Processes Technology and Geography. 

Of course, great results measured against external bench marks are important and worthy of celebration, but there were smiles all round from other students in Year 12 who gained results that represented stories of average academic track records being converted through the hard work of staff and their own endeavours into expanded career options. The smiles on the faces of each of these students are no less broad.

 

2015

Wollondilly Anglican College Reaches New Academic Heights

The 2015 HSC results have been released and Wollondilly Anglican College has once again been listed in the prestigious top 200 schools in NSW/ACT. The College ranked 2 in the Campbelltown/Camden/Wollondilly Local Government Areas, with 29 Band 6 results from 41 students and 10 students listed on the Distinguished Achievers list.

Students at the College who achieved an ATAR over 90 included:

Laura FlemingDux 98.90
Samuel Gardiner   96.20
Jasmin Law  95.95
Samantha Vibert  93.50
Thomas Croucher   92.40

 

Other notable student achievements included Dayna Bruynius who ranked First in NSW for Early Childhood Studies and Samuel Harper who was nominated for the prestigious Encore - a showcase of outstanding performances from the HSC Music examinations.

College Headmaster, Dr Quarmby, said, “It is a remarkable achievement for a young comprehensive school and a real testament to the hard working students and staff who have worked together to create a positive learning culture where personal best is celebrated across a wide range of subject choices. We are even more thrilled with the character and drive of these young men and women and can ensure that the Shire is in good hands with these emerging leaders. There are many stories of students striving towards great achievements. For instance, Kye Madden and Ray Stone were both selected for the Australian Schoolboys Rugby League side this year. Kye managed an 85.3 ATAR whilst playing Rugby League for NSW and Australia”.

 

What advice would you give other students starting their HSC?

Laura Fleming – “Just get organised. Plan the things that you want to do and then plan College work around them – just make sure you spend 3 to 4 hours a day working hard. You will not be stressed if you do that.”

Samantha Vibert – “Keep doing the things you like. Stick with Sport if that is what you like. Prioritise working hard next.”

What has it been like to be a student at Wollondilly?

Thomas Croucher – “This is a great place and learning is the top priority. It is a friendly place too. People care about more than marks. I can’t thank the staff enough.”

Jasmine Law – “The staff have created a learning culture here. We have students who have excelled in Sport and in the Creative and Performing Arts, but in the end it is a College where learning is the priority for everyone. I had my mind set on studying law. That dream is now possible.”

 

Students recorded Band 6 results in a variety of courses but most College graduates are focused on University so it was pleasing that Wollondilly Anglican College ranked 54 in NSW/ACT for Mathematics and 111 for English.

Of course, great results measured against external bench marks are important and worthy of celebration, but other students in Year 12 gained results that represented stories of average academic track records being converted through the hard work of staff and their own endeavours into expanded career options. The smiles on the faces of each of these students and parents were no less broad.

Under God’s hand, Wollondilly Anglican College continues to be among the fastest growing independent schools in Australia.  For further information or to arrange a College Tour, please contact our enrolments office on 46842577 or via email k.biddle@wac.nsw.edu.au

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