All students win first choice in further study goal

IT’S been another year of fantastic HSC results at Kingsgrove High School.

With the highest ATAR achieved at the school being 94.25, six students appeared on the HSC Distinguished Achievers List, with 80 obtaining excellent results in the top bands 5 and 6.
Every student also met their goal of transitioning to tertiary education or further study, winning first choice courses in a wide range of subjects including Medical Science, Web Design, Accounting, Commerce, Engineering, Cybersecurity, Nursing and Physiotherapy plus apprenticeships in Plumbing, Carpentry and Electrical Studies.
As well as a strong reputation for student learning achievement, the community co-educational secondary school is also known for encouraging co-operative, caring and respectful behaviour.
Principal Olga Sofo said students faced a future characterised by change, rapid technological innovation and significant adjustments to the nature of work, with the school providing quality learning in a pleasant, supportive and safe environment in which they are encouraged to achieve their personal best.
“At Kingsgrove High School, we prepare our students for a successful future by providing them, from Years 7-12, with a quality education in a broad range of subjects,” she said.
“We cater for the interests and needs of boys and girls of all levels of ability and from varied cultural and language backgrounds.
“In 2024, we are offering an increasing number of engaging STEM programs, building on our great work with the University of Sydney and are very excited about the new boundary changes, providing us with the opportunity to welcome students from additional primary schools.”
Prospective students and their families are invited to tour the school’s facilities at an Open Day on Tuesday, March 12, 5-7 pm; speak to the Principal and other school leaders and hear about the outstanding educational, cultural, sporting and civic programs on offer.