Please Note: Due to ambiguities in the original NSW 2014 source data, this page shows the results from two or more unrelated schools as a single merged data set. Thus the results and statistics below should be interpreted with caution.
Were you involved with St Pauls College, NSW in the past? If you can help to resolve these ambiguities, please get touch.
Below are the 2014 top HSC students at St Pauls College in order of their total number of subjects awarded.
A subject can be awarded either through a Distinguished Achiever award or as a Subject Rank award (top place in subject).
Where students have equal numbers of subject awards, those with an All Rounder award are ranked higher. As additional tie-breakers, Subject Rank awards are ranked by their place value and they are also ranked higher than Distinguished Achiever awards. Where all of these measures are equal, entries are listed alphabetically.
|1||Schulz, Emma Lucy||4|
|2||Howard, Sophie Claire||3|
|7||Haines, Rebecca Maree||1|
|8||Harradine, Winsome Anne||1|
Below are the 2014 top HSC subjects at St Pauls College in order of their Distinguished Achiever award counts.
|4||Mathematics General 2||2|
|5||Personal Development, Health and Physical Education||2|
|6||Studies of Religion I||2|
|7||Textiles and Design||2|
To view the statistics and trends for St Pauls College on the chart below, select one or more items from the dropdown list.
Multiple data sets can be selected in any combination. Up to seven years of data is displayed.
Measurements and #rankings are displayed against the left axis. Percentages(%) are displayed against the right axis.
Below is the 2014 HSC school ranking ladder.
This ladder shows the position of St Pauls College when all schools are ranked by their 2014 HSC Distinguished Achiever success rate percentage.
The success rate is the proportion of the school's HSC subject completions that resulted in a Distinguished Achiever award. If two schools have equal Distinguished Achiever success rates, the total number of HSC subject completions is used as a tie-breaker, with larger totals being ranked higher.
Ranking positions are assigned to the top 200 schools (at most).