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HSC results 2016: Hunter girls dominate, government schools increase presence on merit lists.

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HUNTER girls have dominated theHigher School Certificate, while governmentschools have increasedtheir presence on the merit lists.

More than 76,000 students across the state received their results onWednesday.

The Hunterwas a strong performer in the annual Board of Studies All-round Achievers, Top Achievers and Distinguished Achievers list, a day afterfive of its students were named First In Coursefor their subjects.

The All-round Achievers List of students with a mark of 90 or more in most of their subjects included 24Hunter students,15 girlsand nine boys.

Ten were from selective schools, eight attended independent schools, three were from Catholic schools and three attended government schools.

The list also included 11 Central Coast students, nine from a selective school, one from a Catholic school and one from a government school.

Last year’s list had 35 students across the Hunter and Central Coast, 18 girls and 17 boys.Of this cohort, 22 came from selective schools, seven attended independent schools, four were from Catholic schools and two attended governmentschools.

The Top Achievers List of students who had earned a ranked place in a subject as well as a mark over 90 included 28Hunter students, featuring21 girlsand seven boys, including one who appeared on the list twice.

Seven went to government schools, six attended selective schools, six went to Catholic schools, five attendedindependent schools and four went to TAFE.

The list also included nine Central Coast students, seven girlsand two boys.Of this cohort, five were from selective schools, two were from Catholic schools and two attendedgovernment schools.

Last year’s list had 30 students across the Hunter and Central Coast, 10 from selective schools, nine from Catholic schools, five from independent schools, four from government schools and two from TAFE.

Director of Catholic Schools in theMaitland-Newcastle Diocese Ray Collins said allstudents who sat their HSC should be proud of making a“milestone achievement”.

Executive Director of Public Schools NSWFrank Potter said students who hadmatched or exceeded their targets could now“confirm the best way of making the most of their results”.

“If there are some students who haven’t done quite as well as they’d hoped, it’s really important to remember that the range of options available for university entry, access to other tertiary institutions or training is greater than ever before.”

This list, right,includes the schools with students who achieved Band 6 (90 or higher) in a course.Entriesis merit list course completions. High Scoresis the number of Band 6 scores.SuccessisHigh Scoresexpressed as a percentage ofEntries.

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