The Secondary College of Languages has continued the tradition of gaining outstanding results in the HSC with 14 students achieving first place in language courses.
SCL principal Sana Zreika said this year’s cohort was very enthusiastic to harness their learning and engage in building positive relationships with teachers and fellow students.
She said Year 12 students at SCL had experienced a sense of accomplishment.
“Gaining proficiency in other languages is a vital skill that gives our students the opportunity to engage with the world in a more immediate and meaningful way,” she said.
Among the SCL winners was Anargyros Kallos, who received two first in course for Modern Greek Continuers and Modern Greek Extension.
The College's result is closely followed by the NSW School of Languages, which secured 11 HSC first-in-course awards.
Marrickville Principals Network Director Educational Leadership Chris Pevy-Buenen said the NSW School of Languages result was a testament to the distance education staff that worked with students across the State.
“A great leadership team and wonderful teaching staff delivering an outstanding languages education to more than 2600 students from all sectors across the state,” Mr Pevy-Buenen said.