Two Greek Orthodox schools in NSW claim top 100 ranking for HSC results


Two Greek Orthodox schools in Sydney, New South Wales have claimed a spot in the top 100 rankings for this year’s Higher School Certificate (HSC) results.

According to the ‘2023 HSC school ranking’ list provided by The Sydney Morning Herald, St Spyridon College at Maroubra ranked in 78th place in NSW. The school jumped up from 112th place in 2022.

All Saints Grammar at Belmore was not far behind, claiming 86th place. They improved their position by 104 places from 190 in the 2022 HSC.

In a post on Facebook, All Saints Grammar said they were “thrilled” at the fantastic news and congratulated their students and teachers.

“Your hard work and dedication have truly paid off, and we couldn’t be prouder of your outstanding HSC results,” the school wrote in the post.

St Euphemia College at Bankstown came in 224th place on the HSC school ranking list for 2023. School student David Stanisavljevic secured the title of ‘First in the Course’ for Serbian Continuers.

More school rankings across the state can be viewed here.

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