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Congratulations Class of 2018

Congratulations Class of 2018

Congratulations to the Class of 2018 who have achieved outstanding results.

The King’s community is extremely proud of the achievements of our young men, across a wide range of courses including:


  • Oscar Han 99.95

TOP ACHIEVERS (state ranking)

  • Christopher Gailey (19th English Advanced)
  • Oscar Han (9th English Advanced)
  • Chris Saulys (3rd Chinese Continuers)

ALL ROUNDERS (Scoring 90 marks or above in 10 or more units in the HSC)

In 2018 King’s achieved the School’s highest number of boys ever named in the All-Rounders List:

Christopher Alam, Pravin Chanmugam, Jason Chhoeu, Jack Chu, Shanith de Mel, Nathan Dugdale, Christopher Gailey, Oscar Han, Jacob Harris, Mohan Huang, Marcus Lim, Alex Noh, Samuel Rider, Chris Saulys, Rohan Shankar, Thomas Walsh, Jay Wyndham, Kevin Yang, Eric Zeng and Leo Zhang.

Collaboratively our young men and teaching staff have worked with focus and diligence to achieve remarkable results with the highlights below:

  • 132 boys, out of 236, gained at least 1 Band 6.
  • English, Languages and Visual Arts Departments produced their highest total number of Band 6 results on record.
  • The following courses produced their highest number of Band 6 results on record: Ancient History, English Advanced, Chinese Continuers, Chinese Literature and German (equal highest).
  • Visual Arts produced their highest number (7) of ARTEXPRESS nominations on record.
  • English Department has achieved two state rankings, the first since 2005.
  • Languages Department has achieved State Rankings for each of the last three consecutive years.
  • A strong number of nominations for subjects with practical components for possible inclusion in displays or performance next year: Design and Technology (1), Drama (16), Industrial Technology (9), Music (3) and Visual Arts (7).
  • The School remained in the Top 50 based on the State Rankings (as published by The Sydney Morning Herald).

The mark of a Kingsman is a young man who has applied himself to all the academic and co-curricular opportunities available at King’s, enabling him to graduate ready to contribute broadly to society and make a difference.

At King’s, we will continue to focus on preparing young men for life.

On behalf of the School community, I would like to wish our Year 12 Kingsmen the very best for their future endeavours and we look forward to hearing about their successes in the coming years.

Tony George
The King’s School