HSC 2018: How schools ranked across the Eurobodalla Shire

HSC 2018: See how your school performed in this year's HSC. Photo: Wolter Peeters.
HSC 2018: See how your school performed in this year's HSC. Photo: Wolter Peeters.

St Peter’s Anglican College in Broulee was the highest-ranked school in the region in this year’s Higher School Certificate, as revealed in new data.

HSC marks were released to about 77,000 students across the state at 6am Thursday, with ATARs made available on Friday morning.

St Peter’s was ranked as 318th in the state when 2018 HSC results were released from the NSW Education Standards Authority on December 13, with eight high scores from a pool of 34 students.

The college showed a considerable jump in rankings, jumping 40 spots from 358th place in the state in 2017.

Carroll College Broulee came in next, receiving a ranking of 436th across the state.

This year’s college cohort achieved seven Band 6 results between 54 students.

Batemans Bay High School celebrated a considerable jump in this year’s rankings, moving up from 524th spot in 2017 to 479th this year.

The school achieved five Band 6 results from a pool of 57 students.

Narooma High School improved 31 spots in this year’s results, moving from the 531st ranking to the 500th spot.

Three Band 6s were achieved in Narooma High’s HSC this year between its 42 students.

Moruya High School came in at the 524th spot this year, receiving three Band 6 results across its 59 HSC students.

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