Local high schools have congratulated its students who have just received their High School Certificate results with a number of students achieving some fantastic results.
Two students from Young High School were acknowledged on the Central West (south) Public School merit list while one Hennessy student was named a NSW Allrounder, along with the success of a number of other students reaching ATARs in the 90s.
Young High School principal Anna Barker has wished the former students all the best and well done for their fantastic results.
"Congratulations to our Year 12 class of 2021 on their HSC results," Ms Barker said.
"Our school community are extremely proud of your resilience, persistence and hard work over a very challenging and disruptive final two years of schooling.
"A big congratulations to our distinguished achievers Chloe Gruber and Ethan Falzon.
"Well done Year 12! We wish you all the best in your future endeavours."
Hennessy Catholic College announced its dux for 2021 as Amy Knapman who received an ATAR of 98.45.
"Amy was also named a NSW All Rounder as she achieved a Band 6/E4 in every subject she studied and was placed equal sixth in the state for Studies of Religion 1," Hennessy Catholic College principal Kath Holding said.
"Other impressive performances were from Ethan Smith (97.30), Rylee O'Brien (94.15), Ellie Croker (93.60), Rory O'Brien (93.25) and Charlotte Hudson (91.90).
"We are so proud of the Class of '21!!"
Well done and congratulations to everyone.
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