HSC high achievers Ian Burton, Philo Dauod, Roaa Ahmed & Isobel Kinnear | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “HSC high achievers Ian Burton, Philo Dauod, Roaa Ahmed & Isobel Kinnear | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

NSW 2021 Higher School Certificate marks were released today. 7NEWS chatted to four students who came first in the state for their subjects.

Ian Burton – Xavier High School Albury – Highest score in NSW for 2021 Science Extension.

Philo Dauod – St Marks Greek Orthodox College – Highest score in NSW for 2021 HSC Mathematics Extension 1.

Roaa Ahmed – Beverly Girls High School – Highest score in NSW for 2021 HSC Arabic Extension.

Isobel Kinnear – Illawarra Grammar School – Highest score in NSW for 2021 HSC Dance.

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