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Congratulations to the Class of 2015


Central Coast Grammar School ranks in Top 100^ NSW Schools

Central Coast Grammar School has ranked in the Top 100 NSW schools for a second consecutive year.  Headmaster, Bill Low, said, “To be ranked in the Top 100 schools again is a reflection of the ongoing hard work and dedication of students and teachers.”

The Headmaster was pleased with the Class of 2015 for their contribution to the school and their high level of achievement in the HSC exams. “Our Year 12 graduates can celebrate their hard work with an increase of students achieving an ATAR of 90 and over,” said Mr Low.

“The fantastic results demonstrate that this cohort has risen to the high academic benchmarks set by their predecessors. As a non-selective school we’re encouraged by this year’s fantastic results.”


·         18% of students achieved an ATAR over 95

·         27% of our students achieved an ATAR over 90

·         47% of our students achieved an ATAR over 85

·         60% of our students achieved an ATAR over 80

·         43% of our students were noted on the NSW Board of Studies Distinguished    Achievers list for achieving a Band 6 in 1 or more of their subjects

DUX of 2015

Congratulations to Alexa Khoury our Dux of the school for 2015

Head of Senior College, Denise McDonough, congratulated her students on their achievement and ongoing encouragement of each other. “My congratulations go to teachers and parents involved in supporting our Year 12 students through a successful final year. The students should feel a sense of accomplishment as many students went that extra mile with their studies but were always mindful of supporting each other and maintaining a healthy involvement and connection with the school. They are an asset to CCGS and we invite them back in the coming years to update us about their journey.”


 Released 17 December 2015                                                                                                

^The Top 100 Schools list was published in the Sydney Morning Herald, 17 December 2015.

*Results are correct at time of print