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Student Achievements & Results

Excellence on all fronts

Our results in external competitions and testing confirm the commitment of both our students and staff to achieving excellence in all we do at. The College Art Show, Drama Performance Evening, Elective Music Student performance night, public performances by our Stage Two Choir, Voice Ensemble and College Bands all highlight that the arts are thriving at EAC and providing students with amazing learning opportunities and experiences. The College continues to strengthen our focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) with continual development of our coding and robotics programs.  The Stage 3 Science Fair that takes place as part of Science week is always a highlight. Students in Year 6 create a series of learning stations using an amazing array of technologies including beebots, spheros, sumobots, osmos and drones. Each station centres on a hands on experience and all students in the Primary school are given the opportunity to learn in an incredibly exciting and engaging way while being introduced to new technologies and the challenging and fun learning opportunities they provide.

A year of creative endeavour

Our students have excelled in many creative and extracurricular activities, with students performing at the HSC Drama Showcase Onstage in February this year, our secondary Tournament of Minds team were crowned regional Champions, EAC won the Primary Science and Engineering Challenge, for the third year in a row we had a student receive a Gold Certificate in the WriteOn competition, six students were state representatives in their chosen sports with one being crowned Australian champion and our Choir and bands won all six divisions they entered in the Lismore Eisteddfod and were crowned champion school. But it is not just about being the best, it is also about breaking new ground and setting the standard for others to follow. EAC’s International Students Program continues to prosper and grow as the stories and experiences of the wonderful hospitality and commitment to learning of our students spreads well beyond our borders. The great spirit of genuine welcome of our students for their overseas visitors is such a wonderful sign of their character.

Graduating Class of 2016

Celebrating HSC Achievements

The Emmanuel Anglican College Community congratulates our 2017 HSC students on their outstanding achievements. There are many great individual performances and group achievements across the group of 28 students and I commend all our students for their dedication to their studies and their desire to grow as learners.

The class of 2017 has performed on or above State Average in 13 out of 23 courses undertaken including Ancient History, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, English Standard, Industrial Technology, Mathematics General, Hospitality, Mathematics Extension 1, Modern History, Music 1, and PDHPE. Of particular note is the high level of achievement in Mathematics General and Mathematics Extension 1, which were both greater than 9% above the State Average.

Congratulations to Bryley Manning-Hayter, Courtney Osborne, ErinAmy Smekel and Ella Webb for achieving at least one Band 6 result. Special mention goes to the Dux of the Class of 2017, Courtney Osborne. It has been an outstanding year for Courtney who also participated in the Southern Cross University Head Start Program and was placed first in her course. Her excellent result earning her the Louise Morgan Scholarship.

Students from the Class of 2017 received a total of 21 early entry offers from a broad range of universities including Southern Cross University,  Griffith University and the University of New England. The university early entry offers related to variety of degrees including Science, Business, Design, The Arts, Media, Sport Science, Nursing and Law.  The diverse nature of courses and institutions to which students will be heading next year reflects the variety of talents and interests of the wonderful group of young men and women who made up the Class of 2017.

Congratulations to all of the students on their excellent achievements and thank you to all the staff for their tireless efforts in supporting and guiding the students in order that they may achieve their best.

The College is very proud of the efforts and achievements of the Year 12 Class of 2017 and we wish them every success in their future endeavours.

Mr Robert Tobias
Principal