Broughton Anglican College has been providing quality education to the Macarthur community for over 31 years. God has truly blessed us with our dedicated staff, outstanding facilities, and the comprehensive programs and opportunities we provide.

2019 Higher School Certificate Results

Nishta Gupta – Dux 98.85
All-round Achiever (top band result in 10 units)
English (Advanced) – Band 6
English Extension 1 – Band E4
Mathematics – Band 6
Business Studies – Band 6
Legal Studies – Band 6
Visual Arts – Band 6

Keziah Holderness– ATAR 97.95
William Campos –ATAR 97.80
Brianna Fortescue – ATAR 97
Lachlan Webb – ATAR 95.85
Charlotte Toohey – ATAR 95.75
Tahlia Engelbrecht – ATAR 94.35
Meredith Yorke– ATAR 93.35
Udaybir Chawla – ATAR 91.65

14 students from a cohort of 80 received top band results across 20 courses covering all faculties. In total 175 results were in the top two bands (including E3 and E4), representing over 40% of all courses completed.

Special highlights include:

Alexandra Quinn – 1st in State for Human Services (Nursing)
Tahlia Engelbrecht – top 10 in State for Food Technology
Mackenzie Rodgers nominated for OnStage (Drama)
Mary Pillay and Jay Davenport nominated for Shape (Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design)
Lachlan Webb nominated for ENCORE (Music)

2018 Higher School Certificate Results

Maddison Brown–Dux 96.55
1st in State for Community and Family Studies
English (Advanced) – Band 6
English Extension 1 - Band E4
Legal Studies – Band 6
Modern History – Band 6
Community and Family Studies – Band 6 1st in State

Caitlin Dillon – ATAR 94.95
Sophie Wigan – ATAR 94.75
Annaliese Cox – ATAR 93.2
Brendan Hooper – ATAR 92.2
Liam Cole – ATAR 92
Kiara Church – ATAR 91.35
Kristie Evans – ATAR 90.85
Macy Torrington – 90.2

14 students from a cohort of 78 were mentioned in the Higher School Certificate Merit List for gaining a mark above 90% in one or more subjects. In total, there were 33 results which achieved the top bands in individual subjects. Overall, 38% of all results were above 80 and 70% over 70.

2017 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE RESULTS

Vanessa Chang– Dux 98.75 ATAR

top all-rounder
Personal Development, Health
and Physical Education – Band 6, 2nd in State
English (Advanced) – Band 6
English Extension 1 – Band E4
Mathematics – Band 6
Mathematics Extension 1 – Band E4
Biology – Band 6

Cory Markovski- ATAR 90.15

Rahul Lambert- ATAR 90.05

  • 16 students from a cohort of 83 were mentioned in the Higher School Certificate Merit List for gaining a mark above 90% in one or more subjects.
  • 30 results which achieved the top bands in individual subjects.
  • 38% of all results were above 80 and 72% over 70.

Nominations: Lachlan Hutchinson nominated for OnStage for Drama Lachlan O’Hare and Angus Terry nominated for Shape for HSC Design and Technology, Industrial Technology and Textiles and Design.

2016 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE RESULTS

Lachlan Kennedy- Dux 95.65 ATAR
English Extension 1 – Band E4
Music Extension – Band E4
Visual Arts – Band 6
Edward Campos – 95.45 ATAR
Yasmin Morkaya– 94.85 ATAR
Edward Price
– 94.75 ATAR
Georgina Garrett
– 94.6 ATAR
Sarah Engelbrecht
– 92.65 ATAR
Dean Shiels
– 91.85 ATAR

  • 13 students in the HSC Merit List from a cohort of 72
  • 21 results which achieved the top bands in individual subjects
  • 35% of all results were above 80 and 70% over 70
  • Samantha Taylor HSC Major Textiles Project selected for ‘Texstyle 2017’ and nominated for display at the ‘Shape 2017’ display at the Powerhouse Museum

2015 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE RESULTS

Michelle Fortescue– Dux 97.35 ATAR

Community and Family Studies – Band 6
English Advanced – Band 6
English Extension 1 – Band E4
Mathematics General 2 – Band 6
Hospitality – Band 6

Jessica Rembridge– 97 ATAR

English Advanced – Band 6
English Extension 1 – Band 6
Modern History – Band 6

Lachlan Taylor– 94.1 ATAR
Isabella Tuck
– 93.15 ATAR
Isabella Wigan
– 92.7 ATAR
Scott Perrin
– 92.65 ATAR
Justin Russell
- Year 12 Design and Technology project nominated for DesignTECH

  • 19 students in the HSC Merit List from a cohort of 66
  • 2nd top school in the Macarthur region
  • 35 top bands in individual subjects
  • At least 9 students gained an ATAR above 90
  • 40% of students gained an ATAR above 80
  • 84% of students gained an ATAR over 70
  • 6 students gained a Band 6 in Advanced English and a Band E4 in Extension 1 English
  • 5 out of 9 students gained a Band 6 result in Community and Family Studies.

2014 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE RESULTS

Mark Little– Dux 98.1 ATAR

Business Studies – Band 6
Economics- Band 6
English Advanced – Band 6

Emily Nunell- 97.7 ATAR

Ancient History – Band 6
English Advanced – Band 6
English Extension 1- E4 (equivalent Band 6)
Mathematics General – Band 6
Visual Arts – Band 6

Ludmilla Nunell– 97.6 ATAR

Ancient History – Band 6
English Advanced – Band 6
English Extension 1- E4 (equivalent Band 6)
Mathematics General – Band 6
Visual Arts – Band 6

John Brackenbury– 96.9 ATAR

Mathematics Extension 1 – E4 (equivalent Band 6)
Mathematics – Band 6 (Year 11 accelerant gained in 2013)
Physics – Band 6

Daniel Gossayn– 96.15 ATAR

English Advanced
English Extension 1
Mathematics

Amy McCann-7th in the State for Community and Family Studies

  • 23 students in the Higher School Certificate Merit List from a cohort of 77
  • 17% of students gained an ATAR above 90
  • 30% of students gained an ATAR above 80
  • 30% of students gained a Band 6 or E4
  • College was ranked 129th school in NSW
  • Top school for English in Macarthur and Liverpool regions