HSC Results 2021 - Cranbrook School

HSC Results 2021

20 Jan 22 by Nicholas Sampson, Headmaster

Good Evening

It is with sincere admiration that I review the HSC results from our Year 12 Class of 2021 who have handled the continuous challenges, changes and cancellations throughout another turbulent year.

The manner in which they all cared for one another, sustained academic ambition and adapted to rapidly changing circumstances is a wonderful and true example of a humane and liberal education. I am most grateful for the example they have shown to the younger years, and the wider community.

I should like to pass on my warmest and most heartfelt congratulations to them all on this set of results. Their achievements not only reflect the School’s focus upon the development of breadth and the whole individual in order to foster their capacity to thrive at University and beyond, but also the diverse academic strengths of our non-selective student population in tandem with their humane qualities of good humour, adaptability and growth in character as they have chartered their paths through this most unsettling time.

Particular congratulations must go to both Joshua Abelev and Stephen Lincon who are jointly named as Dux of Cranbrook School 2021 with an ATAR of 99.9. This is an incredible achievement and reflective of their outstanding capabilities and focus. This ATAR is the product of the disciplined approach to their studies throughout their time at School and they wholeheartedly deserve our congratulations.

Similarly, this year we have two students named as our Proxime Accessit for 2021 with an ATAR of 99.75. Warmest congratulations to both Emil Droga and Thomas Findlay on this wonderful achievement.

Despite the many upheavals during the course of their HSC studies, this cohort achieved our highest ever number of All Round Achievers and our highest number of 99+ ATARs. They are to be greatly admired.

I am delighted to share the Cranbrook School HSC 2021 Results in full in our brochure available here.

Thank you to our dedicated and exceptional teaching staff who have so wonderfully supported this cohort through the most challenging of circumstances, who have inspired confidence, instilled a sense of passionate engagement and a genuine love of learning within this cohort. I should also like to take this opportunity to thank our parent community for your unwavering support and commitment to our School.

On behalf of Cranbrook School I congratulate the graduating Class of 2021 on these achievements and wish them every success in their bright and exhilarating futures, as they move through tertiary education and beyond.

With warmest wishes

Yours sincerely,

Nicholas Sampson