Greek Australian students in NSW excel in 2022 HSC results


About 65,000 students in New South Wales received their much-anticipated Higher School Certificate (HSC) results from 9am today, signifying the end of their high school journey.

James Ruse Agricultural High claimed the top spot for the 27th year in a row, as private schools took out more places in the HSC top 10 rankings than at any time in more than a decade.

As reported by The Greek Herald on Wednesday, at least three Greek Australians topped the state in their selected courses.

This included Anargyros Efthymiou Kallos from the Secondary College of Language, Ashfield Boys Campus, who came first in the state for Modern Greek Continuers and Modern Greek Extension.

For Modern Greek Beginners, Anna-Maria Parissis from the NSW School of Languages came first in course, and Toby Maroulis from the Northern Sydney Institute – Meadowbank College came first in NSW for his Electrotechnology Examination.

Other distinguished achievers from the three Greek Orthodox schools in Sydney – All Saints Grammar, St Euphemia College and St Spyridon College – are listed below. Please note, this list contains honours for all-round achievement, best in course and all Band 6/E4 results.

(L-R) Anna-Maria Parissis and Anargyros Efthymiou Kallos.

All Saints Grammar:

  • Alexander Tzakos.
  • Anthony Atsalis.
  • Asimina Kotsi.
  • Demetria Koutavas.
  • Demi Papas.
  • Dimokritos Scoullis.
  • Dion Joannou.
  • George Gregory.
  • Giorgio Vasiliades.
  • Ioannis Pyrgakis.
  • Maria Varvaressos.
  • Nicholas Kvantaliani.
  • Nicholas Turk.
  • Olga-Liana Athanasatos.
  • William Sklibosios.

St Euphemia College:

  • Alexander Saroussidis.
  • Anastasia Lamprinos.
  • Christos Triantafyllou.
  • Chrystie Stathopoulos.
  • Dimitri Papadimitriou.
  • Eleni Janes.
  • Eleni Kalantzis.
  • Emilia Arcaba.
  • Grammatiki Moysiadou.
  • Iliana Uzelac.
  • Nikoletta Lafogiannis.
  • Panayiota Vrettos.
  • Rose Efrosyni Gounaropoulos.
  • Stefania Triantafyllou.
  • Styliani Koliris.

St Spyridon College:

  • Adriana Drakoulis.
  • Alex Stamoulis.
  • Alyshia Zografakis.
  • Angus Peter Chellos.
  • Athanasia Manos.
  • Benjamin Hickman.
  • Christina Pascalis.
  • Damaskinos-Damascus Economou.
  • Dimitri Tsallas.
  • Dyllon Polyzos.
  • Efstathios Gatsis.
  • Filip Radic.
  • George Grillakis.
  • Heleena Ginis.
  • Ilija Davidovic.
  • Isabella Giraldo Sanchez.
  • Jake Max Vassilis.
  • Jana Panagopoulos.
  • Leanna Papaleonidas.
  • Leo Askounis Parcsi.
  • Lucia Angel Zois.
  • Matija Gacevic.
  • Michael Christofides.
  • Natalie Mihail.
  • Nicole Frangoulis.
  • Orestis Lascaris.
  • Paul Giavis.
  • Samuel Jack Richardson.
  • Sophia Karatasos.
  • Stephen Koutoulogenis.

*Please Note: The above students are those The Greek Herald could identify by their Greek name. If you believe you should be on this list, please send an email to




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