HSC Results

Brigidine College St Ives prides itself on providing a holistic education for girls combining the spiritual, academic, physical and cultural dimensions of learning.

Brigidine girls enjoy excellent academic results, a high level of achievement in the performing arts and sport, and a strong commitment to service. They are challenged to think and experience beyond their boundaries and have the courage to question their world.

2018 Higher School Certificate Results

“Congratulations to the Class of 2018. Their commitment to success and to being the best they can be has resulted in an HSC which is truly deserved. Throughout their studies they have been supported by teachers and family who have nurtured their potential and enabled them to achieve. Thank you to those who have supported them and our best wishes for whatever may come in the future.” 

Jane Curran, Principal

Outstanding results in a breadth of studies

Top ATAR Results

The number of Band 6 results have placed the College 57th in the state according to the Sydney Morning Herald ranking.

These students have achieved outstanding Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) results:

College Dux: Ciara Flynn 99.75

College Proxime: Alice Stafford 99.15

Top Achievers in the State:

3rd – Marie Janssen for Business Studies
8th – Lauren Stanaway (Year 11) for Studies of Religion II
18th – Olivia Onslow for Business Studies
18th – Lara Pillai for English Standard

All-Rounder Results

An ‘all-rounder’ is a student who has achieved at least 10 units over 90%. All of these students have achieved this excellence across a breadth of subjects.

  • Jodie Baxter: Biology, Chemistry, English Advanced, Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Studies of Religion II
  • Tea Delle Vergin: Biology, Drama, English Advanced, Legal Studies, Studies of Religion II
  • Ciara Flynn: Chemistry, Economics, English Advanced, Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Physics, Studies of Religion II
  • Bernadette Kelly: Biology, Chemistry, English Advanced, Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Studies of Religion II, Visual Arts
  • Olivia Onslow: Business Studies, Economics, English Advanced, Legal Studies, Mathematics General 2, Studies of Religion II
  • Giorgia Ryan: Chemistry, Economics, English Advanced, Modern History, Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Studies of Religion II
  • Alice Stafford: Drama, English Advanced, Italian Continuers, Italian Extension, Modern History, Mathematics General 2, Studies of Religion II

Nominations for Callback (Dance):

  1. Hannah Collins – 3 nominations for Core Performance, Core Composition and Major Study Performance
  2. Cinzia Marrocco – 2 nominations for Core Performance and Major Study Performance
  3. Millie Bradbury – 2 nominations for Core Performance and Core Composition
  4. Charlotte McGrath – 1 nomination for Core Composition
  5. Genevieve Gardiner – 1 nomination for Core Composition

Selected for OnSTAGE (Drama): Group Performances

  1. Static – Danielle Abbott, Isobelle Inman, Lucy McKern, Georgia North

Selected for OnSTAGE (Drama): Costume Design

  1. Ana Butron

Nominations for OnSTAGE (Drama): Group Performances

  1. A Small Bank In London – Tea Delle Vergin, Ruby Magee, Claudia Pinn, Phoebe Wayne
  2. Full STEAM Ahead – Matilda Christie, Larissa Navakas-Pettersen, Isabelle Ronksley, Alice Stafford
  3. Static – Danielle Abbott, Isobelle Inman, Lucy McKern, Georgia North

Nominations for OnSTAGE (Drama): Individual Performances

  1. Act Normal – Alice Stafford
  2. Blueberry Girl – Hannah Lonsdale
  3. Prickly – Matilda Christie
  4. Slice – Tea Delle Vergin

Selected for TexStyle (Textiles and Design):

  1. Helena De Gruchy – Apparel
  2. Ivy Whiteman – Apparel

Selected for Shape (Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design):

  1. Ivy Whiteman (Textiles and Design)

Selected for ArtExpress (Visual Arts):

  1. Erin Murphy – On the Bunny
  2. Phoebe Wayne – Captured elements of the Minnamurra

Beyond the HSC Results we are proud of the girls of the Class of 2018 for all that they have achieved and all that they will go on to achieve in their lives. We are delighted to see their achievements across a range of studies translating into ATAR results which offer extraordinary choices in their future career paths.

They now begin their selections as offers of scholarships, places and careers begin.

An HSC brochure with further details will be available from Term 1, 2019.