Young Change Makers Bend the Future
29 Jan 2023
PLC Sydney consistently ranks in the top independent girls’ schools in Sydney. Our girls achieve at the highest level across their academic, sporting and artistic endeavours, even as a non selective school.
We are very proud of our 2022 cohort. We celebrate the hard work of each student and congratulate them on their excellent HSC results. Well done girls!
We acknowledge the contribution each individual has made to the school and we are so proud of each and every one of our girls – we congratulate and celebrate not only their HSC results, but their academic, co-curricular, creative, sporting and personal achievements throughout their entire schooling.
We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours.
* This exceptional result was achieved due to the very high averages for this cohort.
For a full overview of the Class of 2022’s academic achievements, please click the 2022 Academic Performance Highlights link below.
Our artists and musicians dazzle audiences with exhibitions, showcases and performances. This year a number of Year 12 students were nominated and selected for recognition as part of the HSC showcase events. To be nominated for any of these events is an outstanding achievement as it acknowledges their major works and performances as ‘best in the State’. Please click on the Outstanding Achievements link below to find out more.
PLC Sydney congratulates our Year 12 students who represented Australia in their respective curricular, co-curricular and sporting areas. Please click on the National Representative link below to find out more.
The Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award plays an important role in providing opportunities for students to develop essential life skills, increase their employability, while fostering their creativity and innovation. Please click on the link below to find out more.
Congratulations to the following girls who achieved an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of 99 or more in the Higher School Certificate
*The above list may not be a full representative of these achievements as we are reliant on Year 12 students providing their ATAR or other information. Details are not made public or provided to the College.
Chinese and Literature
Mathematics Extension 1
Proportion of Girls in the Top Two Bands by Subject
Chinese and Literature, Chinese in Context, Design and Technology, English EAL/D, Italian Beginners, Italian Continuers, Japanese Beginners, Japanese Continuers, Music 1, Music 2 and Visual Arts. Extension Courses: Chinese Extension, English Extension 1, French Extension, History Extension, Italian Extension, Japanese Extension, Music Extension and Science Extension.
Drama, Economics, English Advanced, Geography, Textiles and Design and English Extension 2
Ancient History, Legal Studies, Physics, Studies of Religion II, Mathematics Extension 1 and Mathematics Extension 2
Chemistry, Chinese Continuers, French Continuers and Modern History.
|SUBJECT||PLC SYDNEY - % Bands 5-6 or E3-E4||% PLC SYDNEY ABOVE STATE AVERAGE|
|Chinese and Literature||100||7.1|
|Chinese in Context||100||0.3|
|Community and Family Studies||66.6||8.3|
|Design and Technology||100||10.4|
|Earth and Environmental Science||62.5||4.9|
|Mathematics Standard 2||62||9.5|
|Personal Development, Health and Physical Education||64.5||10.9|
|Studies of Religion II||83.3||7.1|
|Textiles and Design||90||6.5|
|English Extension 1||100||1.9|
|English Extension 2||90.9||-0.3|
|Mathematics Extension 1||87.5||5.9|
|Mathematics Extension 2||83.3||3.9|
PLC Sydney wishes to congratulate all 7 students; Astrid Dickson, Kaitlyn Halkidis, Lucy Hammond, Lucy Rader, Lilian Stock, Angela Wu and Isabella Zhang; who were nominated for ARTEXPRESS. From 8028 students who submitted Bodies of Works for the 2022 HSC Visual Arts Examination, 410 students were nominated for ARTEXPRESS. PLC Sydney is very proud of their achievement.
SHAPE: our Design and Technology students excelled with 6 students nominated for exhibition. They were: Rhiane Fotaras, Deanne Kalis, Isabella Chanine, Jacqueline Clarke, Claudia Mortensen and Danielle Sandroussi.
Satsuki Ota-Jones was also nominated for SHAPE, the Textiles and Design Exhibition. Well done girls!
For exemplary performance in HSC Drama, Individual Drama Performances, PLC Sydney received an impressive 9 Nominations, for the following students: Lucy Hammond – Fleabag,Amy Le - Anne Boleyn, Georgia MacDessi - When the rain stops falling, Lily Ritchie - Poor man's orange, Emily Roberts - The Libertine, Imogen Sabey - A Doll's House, Ruby Wilkinson - Jasper Jones, Bella Yassen - A thousand splendid suns and Ruby Wilkinson - Jasper Jones .
For exemplary performance in HSC Drama, Group Drama Performances, the College received a further 3 nominations. Congratulations goes to: Stephanie Eldridge, Ava Hanmer, Georgia MacDessi, Lily Ritchie and Anastasia Vasilaras, performing Hysteria
Lucy Hammond, Amy Le, Emily Roberts, Olivia Stavrianos, Alyssa Toskas and Ruby Wilkinson performing Medusa and
Abby Cassen, Bronty Grinham, Imogen Sabey and Bella Yassen performing Period Drama. Well done girls!
PLC Sydney wishes to congratulate our three Music 2 and Extension students who were nominated for inclusion in Encore. The students nominated for performance were: Jessica Chen - Clarinet, Jane Ma - Violin and Yasmin Yoo - Cello.
Jane Ma was also nominated for Composition. Jane’s (Music 2) composition, Dune Seas was written for Soprano Saxophone, Violin, Cello and Piano.
PLC Sydney would also like to acknowledge the students who achieved the Gold Award, the most demanding of all levels of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme. This award is made up of five components: Service, Physical, Skill, Adventurous Journey and Residential Project. It is a mark of great dedication to balance that Year 12 students can balance the requirements of the Gold Award with their studies. In 2022, 9 students achieved this impressive award. Congratulations goes to: