HSC Results

Students from the Class of 2021

2021 HSC RESULTS

Knox boys have achieved outstanding results in the 2021 Higher School Certificate. The boys from the Class of 2021 were challenged in every respect and proved they are strong and capable leaders. As a year group they are cohesive, kind and caring. The boys set high expectations of themselves and flourished as a year group. They worked and studied as a team, supporting each other to improve their performance individually and collectively.

RESULTS AT A GLANCE

  • Knox Grammar School ranked 30th (SMH, 20 January 2022)
  • Top ATAR 99.95 - Dhruv Hariharan and Ethan Ryoo
  • 28 students with an ATAR of 99+
  • 97 students with an ATAR of 95+
  • 153 students with an ATAR of 90+
  • Median ATAR of 88 (ATAR of middle student)
  • 36 boys placed on the All Rounders Achiever’s List for achieving 90 or higher in their best ten units
  • 600 total Band 6 results (90+)

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TOP ACHIEVER’S LIST

Fourteen Knox students placed in the Top Achiever’s List (top 20 place in NSW in a course):

  • Christopher Ai - 7th in Maths Extension 2
  • Sam Bennett - 5th in Business Studies
  • Finn Carolan - 8th= in Music 1
  • Aaron Erdstein - 17th in Business Studies
  • Tom Goddard - 8th= in Music 1
  • Will Feather - 9th in D&T
  • Greg Felton - 16th in Business Studies
  • Nick Finlay - 11th in Business Studies
  • Rahul Grewal - 20th in Business Studies
  • Jeremy Huang - 12th in Legal Studies
  • Andrew Jenkins - 20th in Legal Studies
  • Tom Johnston - 14th in Business Studies
  • Ethan Ryoo - 6th in Physics
  • Justin Scott - 15th in Business Studies
  • William Tighe - 6th in Legal Studies and 12th in Business Studies
  • James Tighe - 3rd in Legal Studies and 18th in Business Studies
  • Timothy Yoo - 19th in Business Studies

ENCORE (MUSIC)

Selected

  • Keane Nguyen (piano), ‘Frederic Chopin’s Ballade No 3’

Nominated

  • Finn Carolan (drum kit)
  • Leo Cui (composition)
  • Gavin Lee (piano)
  • Sam Luo (composition)
  • Bill Parker (composition)

ONSTAGE (DRAMA)

Selected

Group performance

  • Jacob Huenerbein, Jack MacLean, Thomas O’Sullivan and Joshua Pritchard, ‘Breakfast’

Nominated

Group performance

  • Daniel Brading, Benjamin Hiller, Charles Kellaway and Max Purcell, ‘The Bridge’

Individual performances

  • Benjamin Chubb, 'Waiting for Godot'
  • Anton Pan-Cassin, '1984'

Theatre reviews

  • Thomas Johnston
  • Simon Swiderski

ARTEXPRESS (VISUAL ARTS)

Nominated

  • Benjamin Chubb, ‘Illusory Atmosphere: The aesthetics of light’
  • Michael Xenofontos, ‘Drapery Studies: An interplay of form, texture and tone’

InTECH (Industrial Technology)

Nominated

  • Finn Carolan, ‘J45 acoustic cutaway guitar’
  • Tom Stewart, ‘Grandfather clock’

SHAPE (Design and Technology)

Nominated

  • Will Feather, ‘Drumsticks made from recycled materials’

Jeremy Dunn, ‘Murmuration’, selected for ARTEXPRESS (Visual Arts)