Moriah rates 6th independent school in NSW

December 22, 2014 by J-Wire Staff
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Moriah principal says that the its students’ success in the HSC is the culmination of their own effort, diligence and perseverance, combined with many years of outstanding teaching, care and individual attention from their parents and staff at the College.

A commitment to the importance of learning sits at the core of the Jewish tradition and it is this that drives our community to strive for educational excellence. Our graduates leave Moriah with a strong sense of their Jewish identity, a commitment to lifelong learning and a love for the State of Israel. Of this, we can be enormously proud.’ – John Hamey, College Principal

To summarise this year’s results:

  • Jarrad Wilk

    Jarrad Wilk

    Moriah is ranked as the 6th Independent School in NSW.

  • From the Class of 2014, 108 students have been listed on the State Honour Roll for achieving a score of 90 or more, in one or more of their courses.
  • We have 17 students in the prestigious All-Rounders list for achieving a score of 90 or above in 10 or more units of study: Alexis Aaron, Ryan Berman, Emma Finkelstein, Jake Flax, Leigh Gordon, Sara Hirner, Tamar Jacobs, Claudia Jankelow, Shane Kadish, Joshua Kirsh, Adam Liskowski, Rebecca Metzger, Daniella Mirels, Olivia Morris, Zara Seidler, Shani Tal and Jared Wilk.
  • Two students have been named DUX.  Jared Wilk, based on his academic performance throughout the year; and Miriam Charak for her academic performance throughout the year and her HSC results – ATAR of 99.85.
  • Moriah students have achieved the following places in the State: Classical Hebrew Continuers – 2nd – Miriam Charak, 4th – Ryan Berman; Classical Hebrew Extension – 2nd – Miriam Charak; Modern Hebrew Continuers – 4th – Arielle Ben Yosef (Year 11 Accelerant); Advanced English – 10th – Olivia Morris; English Extension 2 – 10th – Olivia Morris.
  • 100% of the students who took the following courses, have achieved results in the top two Bands: Classical Hebrew Extension, Drama, English Extension 1, English Extension 2, Mathematics Extension 2, History Extension, Music 1, Music 2, Music Extension, Senior Science, Society and Culture, Software Design and Development, Studies of Religion 1 and Visual Arts.
  • Jordan Abram and Joshua Riesel have had their Visual Art Major Work selected for exhibition at ARTEXPRESS, and Sarah Stern has had her Costume Design Project selected for exhibition at OnSTAGE. Several more of our creative students have been nominated for Visual and Performing Arts HSC Showcases and Exhibitions
  • Students who have provided their ATAR and given permission for publication include:
Miriam Charak

Miriam Charak

Miriam Charak – 99.85

Olivia Morris – 99.75

Rebecca Metzger – 99.55

Aryeh Nailand – 99.15

Jake Flax – 99.2

Daniella Mirels – 98.95

Jared Merkel – 98..7

Robert Shegan – 97.75

Leigh Gordon – 96.9

Joshua Kirsh – 96.75

Adam Silver – 96.4

Claudia Jankelow – 96.05

Kerryn Josman – 95.2

Gabrielle Kaplan – 95.8

Alexander Hirsch – 97.85

Lauren Klimt – 96.95

Jacqueline Tow – 96.8

Gidon Tuch – 95.5

David Bassin – 97.6

Emma Grill – 95.9

Alex Linker – 93.15

Romy Sher – 91.25

Jordana Weiner – 90.15

Timothy Schey – 92.75

Benjamin Cohen – 93.7

Sara Wahlhaus – 91.45

Daniel Fleischer – 91.5

Joshua Maloon – 97.4

Jay Fink – 90.1

Ethan Singer – 97.35

Comments

2 Responses to “Moriah rates 6th independent school in NSW”
  1. David Charak says:

    Mazel Tov!

    Your relative from Chicago, USA.

  2. Leon Poddebsky says:

    Congratulations!
    But….are Moriah students taught the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict or are they left to “learn” about it from “The Sydney Morning Herald”and “The Age”?

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