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Greek Australian students in NSW excel in the International Baccalaureate

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The International Baccalaureate (IB) results have been released this week and Greek Australian students across New South Wales have excelled.

The IB is an international school-leaving credential. It has fewer in-class assessments and about 80 percent of a student’s result is based on the final exam. 

In NSW, a total of 584 students successfully completed the course with an average score of 37.77 out 45.

90 students received a “perfect score” of 45 out of 45, which equates to an ATAR score of 99.95.

10 of those students came from MLC School in Burwood in Sydney’s inner west — a feat never seen before in Australia. One of them was Montana Cominos.

“It’s very surprising – it’s so good,” Ms Cominos told The Sydney Morning Herald.

Montana Cominos is one of ten students who received a perfect IB score of 45 at MLC School. Photo: James Brickwood.

Ms Cominos was also joined by a number of other Greek Australian students across the state including Anastasia Gikas from Saint Sabina College, Ross Psaroulis from Redlands and Alexandra Bako from Kambala Girls with scores of 45. Denis Antipas from Newington College also received a 42 IB score.

In South Australia, Alana Spirou from Mercedes College also scored 41 IB points, equating to an ATAR of 98.55.

Congratulations to all Greek Australian students!

*Please Note: The above recipients are those The Greek Herald could identify by their Greek name. If you believe you should be on this list please contact: info@foreignlanguage.com.au.

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