Enabling students to fulfil potential

Enabling students to fulfil potential

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A genuine commitment to creativity, diversity, individuality and a love of the pursuit of excellence have been the guiding philosophy of Sydney’s Cranbrook School for more than 100 years.

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Cranbrook School has enjoyed a continued rise in the Sydney Morning Herald Top 50 Schools rankings.

Cranbrook School has enjoyed a continued rise in the Sydney Morning Herald Top 50 Schools rankings.

A genuine commitment to creativity, diversity, individuality and a love of the pursuit of excellence have been the guiding philosophy of Sydney’s Cranbrook School for more than 100 years.

Cranbrook School headmaster Nicholas Sampson said Cranbrook’s ethos of enabling all students to explore, enjoy and fulfil their potential is the most important lesson taught.

Mr Sampson believes this is reflected in the extraordinary results achieved across a wide range of disciplines by those who completed the HSC in 2018, Cranbrook’s centenary year.

“We were thrilled with the academic achievement of Cranbrook’s centenary year cohort,” Mr Sampson said.

“We’ve moved from five students achieving 90 per cent or better in 10 or more HSC units in 2016, to 15 students securing a place in the HSC All Round Achievers list.

“Our achievement of 33rd place on the Sydney Morning Herald’s Top 50 Schools list is an incredible result and a significant jump from 41st position in 2017 and 55th in 2016.”

While the stellar achievements of the School’s class of 2018 are cause for celebration, Mr Sampson said Cranbrook measures its success in its ability to reach beyond the curriculum and shape young men.

The school offers prospective students a range of scholarships, designed to recognise and support talent, further potential and a positive and generous approach to school life.

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