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TRINITY CATHOLIC COLLEGE AUBURN / REGENTS PARK

2004 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE AND SCHOOL CERTIFICATE RESULTS

2 students, Jessica Kelly and Sarah Frost, achieved the Board of Studies All-Rounders List for a Band 6 result in at least 10 units

80 students in Board of Studies Distinguished

Achievers List for a mark above 90% in a subject

All 34 subjects above State average 26 students scored a UAI above 90

Vincent Giang and Jessica Kelly scored a UAI of 98.7

THE AUSTRALIAN

OF TH E YEA R

A highlight occurred in November with the announcement by The Australian newspaper that we were the "School of the Year" for 2004. A fantastic recognition of the achievement by the staff, students and parents over the last 10 years.

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YR 12 2004

The Year 12 Class of 2004 has achieved the best ever results at Trinity Catholic College in the Higher School Certificate (HSC).

Congratulations goes to all of the students who sat for the examinations and achieved their personal best. Students, parents and teachers were very pleased with the results when they were released by the Board of Studies.

Eighty students achieved a mention on the Board of Studies Distinguished Achievers' List

80!

The students were: Hala Ali Seda Altunag John-Paul Azzi John-Paul Azzi Nancy Azzi Nancy Azzi Nancy Azzi Nancy Azzi Francis Bongon Brian Borg Frances Nicole Calpito Frances Nicole Calpito Therese Chen Therese Chen Noni Close Viet Dao Kristy Frias Sarah Frost Sarah Frost Sarah Frost Sarah Frost Sarah Frost Sarah Frost Vincent Giang Vincent Giang Vincent Giang

Biology Business Studies Business Studies Mathematics Economics English Advanced Mathematics Studies of Religion 1 Ancient History Industrial Technology Legal Studies Mathematics Biology Mathematics Extension 1 Senior Science Mathematics Mathematics Ancient History Biology English Advanced English Extension 1 Mathematics Studies of Religion 1 Chemistry Economics Mathematics Extension 1

Michaela Gray Michaela Gray Michaela Gray Michaela Gray Jenna Harrington Brad Horton Emre Ilhan Jessica Kelly Jessica Kelly Jessica Kelly Jessica Kelly Jessica Kelly Jessica Kelly Jessica Kelly Sabina Kim Trang Lam Trang Lam Kenny Lo Kenny Lo Tim Lorkovic George Loulach Damien Mageropoulos Christopher McDermid George Mourad Arthur Nguyen Arthur Nguyen Arthur Nguyen Arthur Nguyen Theresa Nguyen Theresa Nguyen Jaclyn Paterson Jaclyn Paterson Laura Peralta Luan Pham Luan Pham Neil Prasad Neil Prasad Nicholas Rostankovski Nicholas Rostankovski Jober Salar Jober Salar Jober Salar James Shanahan Davey Shen Gurinder Sidhu Gurinder Sidhu Mine Sungu Sylvia Thai Sylvia Thai Sylvia Thai Monica Tran Tran Vu Tran Vu Tran Vu

Drama English Extension 1 Modern History History Extension Senior Science Ancient History Visual Arts Ancient History English Advanced English Extension 1 Legal Studies Modern History History Extension Studies of Religion 1 Visual Arts Mathematics Mathematics Extension 1 Mathematics Extension 1 Mathematics Extension 2 Studies of Religion 1 Mathematics Industrial Technology Mathematics Extension 1 Mathematics Chemistry Mathematics Extension 1 Mathematics Extension 2 Physics Mathematics Mathematics Extension 1 General Mathematics Visual Arts Mathematics Mathematics Extension 1 Studies of Religion 1 Economics Mathematics Biology Mathematics Legal Studies History Extension Studies of Religion 1 Studies of Religion 1 Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Extension 1 Society & Culture Biology Economics Mathematics Mathematics Extension 1 Mathematics Extension 1 Physics Studies of Religion 1

3 The table below indicates the courses where the students performed above State average: The University Admissions Index (UAI) is a score calculated by the universities using a scaling procedure that combines each student's best 10 Course Marks Above State Average units of Board developed courses. It is this ranking Ancient History 11.92% that determines a student's eligibility for a Biology 4.33% university course. Business Services 2.65% Business Studies 5.35% The universities and the Board of Studies do not Chemistry 9.36% release the students' UAI scores to schools. At the Community and Family Studies 7.31% time of printing, we were aware of 26 students who Drama 10.28% achieved a UAI over 90. These students were: Economics 6.48% English Advanced 3.80% Hala Ali English Extension 1 0.85% Seda Altunag English Extension 2 0.96% John-Paul Azzi English Standard 5.10% Nancy Azzi English as a Second Language 4.30% Francis Bongon General Mathematics 3.56% Frances Nicole Calpito History Extension 8.82% Therese Chen Hospitality 7.59% Kristy Frias Industrial Technology 5.52% Sarah Frost Information Processes & Technology 7.54% Vincent Giang Information Technology 0.93% Michaela Gray Legal Studies 6.75% Jessica Kelly Mathematics 7.20% Trang Lam Mathematics Extension 1 10.87% Tim Lorkovic Mathematics Extension 2 7.40% George Loulach Modern History 7.82% George Mourad Music Course 1 0.36% Arthur Nguyen Personal Development/Health/ Theresa Nguyen Physical Education 0.08% Jaclyn Paterson Physics 7.73% Luan Pham Retail 12.32% Neil Prasad Senior Science 5.33% Nicholas Rostankovski Society & Culture 3.62% Jober Salar Software Design & Development 10.94% Gurinder Sidhu Studies of Religion 1 3.55% Sylvia Thai Studies of Religion 2 5.97% Tran Vu Visual Arts 3.69%

100%!!

100% above State

average!

Special mention must go to Jessica Kelly and Vincent Giang who achieved an outstanding result of 98.7. 98.7!

One hundred percent of the subjects at Trinity Catholic College were above State average. This is a result that most schools only dream about. Trinity is ranked first from all the Catholic systemic schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney. This result reflects hard work and determination of both students and staff.

Two students, Sarah Frost and Jessica Kelly achieved the Board of Studies All-Rounders List for a Band 6 result in at least 10 units. Both students will receive special certificates presented by the NSW Premier later this year.

Outstanding!

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School Certificate Congratulations to the students in Year 10 who sat for the 2004 School Certificate. Indicated below are the marks above State average achieved in 2004: English - literacy Mathematics Science Australian Geography Civics and Citizenship Australian History Civics and Citizenship Computing Skills 2.54% 1.93% 3.25% 2.46% 1.84% 4.86% English - literacy Allyson Bell Natalie Christ Adam Cis Paolo Conanan Sarah Deer Sandy Do Joseph Doumit Katrina Ednalino Benjamin Forliano Timothy Gebran Howe Lai Victor Lai Julia Le Marija Majstorovic Jessica Mansour Brittany Michael Levi Ryanhart Joseph Wehbe Mathematics Timothy Appleby Junran Cao Juan Miguel Crisostomo Sandy Do Wilson Gomez Liam Higgins Eleanor Ho Cecilia Hua Howe Lai Victor Lai Julia Le Clement Lee Daniel Mills Marcel Naboulsi Tina Nguyen Vinh Nguyen Tony On Linda Trieu Elva Vuong Bonnie Wong Science Christine Alimane Timothy Appleby Junran Cao Juan Miguel Crisostomo Sandy Do Eleanor Ho Cecilia Hua Leizel Igadna Victor Lai Clement Lee Brittany Michael Daniel Mills Tina Nguyen Levi Ryanhart Amanda Semaan Niraaz Thapa Joseph Wehbe

Congratulations to the following students who scored a Band 6 (a mark above 90%): Australian Geography, Civics and Citizenship Paolo Conanan Wilson Gomez Victor Lai Daniel Reyes Andrew Ross Tugcan Sackesen Amanda Semaan Rebecca Smyth Natalie Szitniak Linda Trieu Elva Vuong Joseph Wehbe Bonnie Wong Australian History Civics and Citizenship Christine Alimane Allyson Bell Junran Cao Natalie Christ Paolo Conanan Blake Corbett Juan Miguel Crisostomo Sandy Do Mayas Hamdan Victor Lai Jenny Tran Linda Trieu Computing Skills Alan Chew Sandy Do Eleanor Ho Youssef Jabbour Victor Lai Clement Lee Tina Nguyen

Mr Anthony Gorman Director of Studies

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