ICAS Science Competition (Years 7 to 10)
- 36 High Distinctions, 278 Distinctions and 209 Credits
Big Science Competition
- 31 Distinctions and 96 Credits
- Placed in the top 5% - Alice Cai, Charmaine D’Souza, Linda Vu, Rou Li and Vanessa Ha
RACI Chemistry Quiz 2009
- Over 120,000 students participated from 1460 schools within Australia and overseas.
- Award of Excellence Plaque to Melanie Vo Hoang (Year 10)
- 82% of the participants in Year10, 40% in Year 11 and 36% in Year 12 achieved either a High Distinction or a Distinction.
Gifted & Talented Science Program
- A dozen students from Year 8 and year 9 attended a series of workshops in July at Sydney University for gifted and talented science students.
- These students were the top performers in the Qualifying exam for Sydney University’s Gifted and Talented Discovery Program held in November 2008.
Australian Science Olympiads
- High Distinctions in either Biology, Chemistry or Physics: Esther Khoo, Carol Hunter, Janelle Tong, Kylie Zhong, Yvonne Ann , Bei Ge (2 awards) and Amanda Zhou
- Distinctions in Biology or Physics: Vivian Yeah, Grace Zhou, Melanie Vo Huang, Linda Huang, Joanne Phan and Esther Khoo
- Credits in Biology or Chemistry: Kylie Pandika, Karen Zhou, Shuhan Bor, Samantha Huynh and Nina Matsumoto
- Amanda Zhou will attend the Olympiad Summer School at Monash University in 2010.
Young Scientist Competition
- Third Place in the Year 7-9 Physics category and the STEP Environmental Prize: Rebecca Dawkins
- Certificates of Excellence: Jessica Xiao, Remi Banuelos and Rohini Prasad (Year 9)
Australian Mathematics Competition
- 662 entries: 3 Prizes, 45 High Distinctions, 332 Distinctions, 244 Credits
- Prize winners: Samiha Khaja (Year 7), Jacqueline Nguyen, (Year 9), Carol Hunter (Year 10).
University of NSW Mathematics Competition
- 2 entries: Amelia Lin in Year 10 received a Distinction.
Mathematics Enrichment Challenge 2009
- 165 entries: 6 High Distinctions, 19 Distinctions and 51 Credits.
- Emily Yung (Year7) gained full marks.
Australian Schools English Competition
- 639 entries: 57 High Distinctions, 216 Distinctions, 303 Credits.
Asia -Wise Competition
- Lower Secondary – 18 High Distinctions, 35 Distinctions, 5 Credits.
- Upper Secondary – 58 High Distinctions, 115 Distinctions, 90 Credits.
Australian Economics Competition
- 13 High Distinctions, 18 Distinctions
- Money prizes awarded to 5 students: Emma Stanford, Fannana Mazumder and Divya Jindal (Year 12) and Bei Ge, Leah Zinonos (Year 11)
Australian Geography Competition
- Junior – 30 High Distinctions, 44 Distinctions, 73 Credits.
- Intermediate – 70 High Distinctions, 57 Distinctions, 83 Credits.
- Senior – 5 High Distinctions, 5 Distinctions, 10 Credits.
NSW History Competition
- 16 High Distinctions, 64 Distinctions, 130 Credits.
Department of Fair Trading “Money Stuff” Competition
- NSW Metropolitan Year 9 Consolation Award to Charmaine Lo.
- Charmaine Lo received $50 and the school received a cheque for $500.
The Royal Easter Show
- Section: Hand Stitched Needlework
1st Prize – Una Kim (Yr10)
2nd Prize – Josephine Hu (Yr10)
- Section: Glove Puppet
1st Prize – Ava Thurson (Yr11)
- Section: Soft Toy
1st Prize – Judy Tran (Yr11)
The Robyn Anderson Film Festival
- Best Junior Fiction Film in the Australia-wide Robyn Anderson Film Festival: Natalie Baker (Year 10) with her short film, The Maths Test.
UNSW Computing Skills Competition
- 115 entries: 5 High Distinctions, 33 Distinctions, 44 Credits.
International Latin Awards
- Year 8: 23 High Distinctions
- Year 9: 19 High Distinctions
- Year 10: 11 High Distinctions
- Year 11: 6 High Distinctions
- Year 12: 7 High Distinctions
International Mythology Awards
- 9 students gained perfect scores which only 1% of 137.000 participants achieved
- In the Medusa Mythology Examination 3 gold medals were awarded.
- 2 students won cash prizes in the Medusa Essay Competition.
Latin Reading Competitions
- Year 9 Latin won the NSW Reading Competition.
- The 8-10 Latin mixed team won the Kevin Lee Latin Quiz.
International Language Competence Exams
- Chinese Certificate 2 - 97% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Listening;
87% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Reading.
- French Certificate 2 - 92% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Listening;
87% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Reading.
- French Certificate 3 - 91% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Listening;
94% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Reading.
- Japanese Certificate 2 - 96% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Listening;
93% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Reading.
- Japanese Certificate 3 - 90% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Listening;
95% scored High Distinctions or Distinctions in Reading.
HSK Chinese Exams
- Year 11: 9 students achieved A+
- Year 10: 8 students achieved A+
The OzCLO Computational Linguistics
- 2 teams represented NSW in the National Finals:
Junior team placed first in the state : Anna Li, Tanya Land & Karen Zhou
Da Vinci Decathlon - Academic Gala Day for Years 7-10
- Year 7 - team placed SECOND overall. - 4th place in English, in the top ten in Art and Poetry, General Knowledge and Creative Producers.
- Year 8 – 4th place in English, 3rd in Code breaking, top ten in Art and Poetry and Creative Producers.
- Year 9 – top ten in Code Breaking and General Knowledge.
- Year 10 – 3rd in Code Breaking, top ten for General Knowledge.
Tournament of Minds
- Four teams entered the Language Literature division, two teams entered the Social Sciences division, and another two teams entered the Maths Engineering division.
- Metropolitan East Regional TOM Competition was held again at Sydney Girls High School.
- One of the teams from the Language Literature won the regional competition and proceeded to the state level where they performed with distinction.
- One Team from Social Science and one team from Maths Engineering were awarded Honours at the Regional level.
The Minister’s Award for Student Excellence
- Awarded to School Captain 2009, Angela Chen, who was one of only 40 recipients in NSW.
Roy Reidy Trophy
- Sydney Girls High was awarded this trophy for the 15th consecutive year for the NSW public school that has raised the most amount of money for Stewart House.
The Simpson Prize
- Lauren Tang of Year 10 won the prestigious Simpson Prize under the auspices of the History Teachers’ Association of Australia and represented NSW at Gallipoli on Anzac Day.
The Irene Kennedy Prize for Community Service
- Awarded to Nancy Jia (Class of 2008) by the Soroptimist Society.
Annual Science Conference
The following girls were awarded prizes for their scientific research:
- Deniz Kayis
- Javaria Mustafa
- Jessica Xiao
Dedication of The Margaret Varady Wing
- A special assembly was held on 3 July, 2009 to name the CAPA/Languages and Library Wing in honour of Dr Margaret Varady who had been the Principal of SGHS from 1992-2008 and whose inspired leadership had led to the construction of this building in 1996.
Opening of the Rowing Shed
- The Margaret Varady Rowing Facility and UNSW Rowing Shed were opened by the Governor of NSW, Professor Marie Bashir on 28 June, 2009 at Tarban Creek. This was the culmination of many years of fundraising my parents and the name recognizes the vision and the role that Dr Margaret Varady played in its development.
- Rowing captains, past and present rowers, their parents and other supporters attended and celebrated the realisation of their dream.
Foundation Day 2009
- Held on 19 October 2009 and celebrated the theme: “A Tradition of Giving.”
- Guest speaker was Mr Paul Priday, accompanied by Mrs Margo Priday, who formally handed over a bequest of $250,000 from the late Isobel Jack to be used for disadvantaged students. Mr Priday spoke warmly of Isobel’s life from the time she was a student at Sydney Girls High until her passing.
Mac.Robertson Girls School Visit
- 30 students and 2 teachers visited from our sister school in Melbourne from 6-8 September.
- There was a debate, netball match, chess tournament, SRC leadership meeting and an Environmental Forum involving students from both school and two “eminent old girls”, Dr Hilary Beckmann and Ms Nerida Gill.
Trivia Night and Theatresports Evening to Support St Jude’s School in Tanzania
- Year 11 students under the leadership of Alexis Farr and Elisha Kennedy organized two fund raising evening for St Jude’s School.
- Both events were very entertaining evenings which were well supported by the school community and raised thousands of dollars for this worthy cause.
- Open Night was held on 16 September and attracted a large number of past, present and prospective students and their parents who came to see displays and performances from all faculties and co-curricular groups.
- The Annual Fashion Parade which showcased the works of the Textiles students was the climax of the night.
CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS
- The School Musicale involving every music student in the school from Years 7 –12 and all music ensembles was held in August.
- Christmas Concert involving all ensembles was held in December.
- Lucie Aitken (Class of 2009) nominated for Encore.
- Kate Hulme (Class of 2008) - selected for Encore and performed at the Sydney Opera House
- A number of students selected to perform in the Schools Spectacular Orchestra.
- CAPA soiree featuring the chamber pieces of Year 12 extension music performance students, chamber orchestra and Year 10 art works.
- Many students performed in variety of Festivals as part of the Arts Unit Ensembles.
- String Quartet performed for many parliamentary functions throughout the year.
- String Quartet performed at the official ceremony for Duke of Edinburgh Awards in the presence of Prince Edward.
- Inaugural Music Festival featuring soloist from every year – 2009 winner Elizabeth Hung.
- String Quartet performed for the Opening of the Office of Educational Leadership at UNSW.
- The Annual Music Dinner to recognize the achievements of students was held in November.
- A new parent/teacher Choir was established.
- OnSTAGE: Ruby Cornish, Harriet Hope Streeter and Sarah Zikmann’s ‘Killing Time’ HSC Group Performance was selected.
- Theatresports - Senior Team and Junior Team made it to the grand final at the Enmore Theatre in June.
- State Drama Camp - Alexis Farr, Ava Karuso-Thurn and Madeline Parker (Year 11)
- SGHS Junior Drama Ensemble: 60 Year 7 & 8 students (Campbell Hall) participate in the SGHS Junior Drama Ensembles before school. The group presented at Open Night as well as in the term 4 showcase night.
- NSW Public Schools Senior Drama Ensemble: Chloe Saintilan (Year 10) NSW Public Schools Junior Drama Ensemble: Freya Booth (Year 9) Isabella Olsson and Emily Baird (Year 8)
- Ava Karuso-Thurn (Year 11) was selected by application for the inaugural FRESH INK young writers’ program.
- Year 10 Production Exercise: an inaugural opportunity for stage 5 students to achieve production experience. Presented “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder in Term 1.
- Year 9 + Ensembles Showcase: a roundup of the best of the junior drama was celebrated in an evening showcase in December.
- Year 11 Major Production: Harvey – by Mary Chase – Pulitzer Prize Winner.
- Year 10 Directors’ Projects: Year 10 drama students directed their own plays written for assessment and cast them with Year 7 students.
- Primary Students’ Visit: drama performance and workshop organised with Year 10 elective drama.
- Junior and Senior Dance Ensemble classes are held before school and both groups were successful in their auditions to perform at the East Region Dance Festival at the Seymour Centre.
- The Senior Dance Ensemble was short listed for the State Dance Festival.
- Performances included Open Night, Orientation Evening, CAPA soiree and Art Exhibition.
- Jessica Xiao in Year 9 was a finalist in the Moran Photographic Competition. Jessica’s entry was exhibited at the State Library. Elizabeth Huang in Year 9 was a semi-finalist.
- Belinda Tomov and Christine Chung of Year 11 were accepted into the National Art School HSC Extension Intensive Studio Practice.
- As part of Gifted and Talented opportunities in Visual Arts, Year 11 students, Susan Ni and Anja Elwood attended a Life Drawing Master Class at College Of Fine Arts, UNSW. Year 10 student, Jem Nockles and Year 11 student, Christine Cheung attended the Digital Media Master Class. These students were taught by artists and had the opportunity to work with Visual Arts G&T students from other schools.
- Year 7 SGHS Portrait Prize winners: First Prize - Queenie Pang; Runners-up are Veronica Pham and Lorna Huang
- ARTEXPRESS 2008 HSC: Indigo Hanlee, Dana Trijbetz, Joy Dynasty and Alexandra Holman had their HSC Body of Work selected. ARTEXPRESS is an exhibition of outstanding works from the NSW HSC that tours metropolitan and regional NSW. .
- COFA and DET selected Indigo Hanlee’s HSC, 2008, Body of Work to be included in an online Educational Resource Program at COFA. Her work is one of seven selected from the ARTEXPRESS 2009 pool with an aim to showcase a diverse range of digital media and conceptual ideas.
- 2009 HSC VA student Cathy Xu has her Body of Work preselected for ArtExpress.
- Cathy Xu was ranked first of 173 G&T Art students who participated in the National Arts School Visual Arts HSC Extension course.
- The Old Girls and SGHS Annual Art Exhibition was held inJuly. Exhibition was officially opened by Lorraine Kypiotis, HSC Course Coordinator at National Art School.
- Eastside Cup won by Year 8.
- Sydney Regionals of the Premier’s Cup won by Year 8
- Junior State Debating Team: Louise Xie selected
- State and CHS Debating Teams: Alex Downie selected
- Sydney Regionals of the Premier’s Cup Competition: Year 11&12 reached the finals
- 140 students participate in the training and debating program.
- 2009 SMH Plain English Speaking Award State Final - Lucy Connell
- 2009 Legacy Junior Public Speaking Award Semi Final – Isabella Olsson
- 2009 Rostrum Public Speaking Competition Regional Final – Georgia Windrum
- Operated on Wednesdays after school in Terms 2 & 3 and run by Professor Peter Brown from UNSW – attended by 20 girls and 15 boys.
- Angela Chen, School Captain 2009, and Vaishnavi Suryaprakash, SRC Prefect 2009, attended the UNSW Young Leaders training week in January.
- Angela and Vaishnavi were instrumental in organising support and an awareness-raising campaign for both UniFem and the Fred Hollows Foundation.
- The School Captain and Vice Captain, 2009, placed a wreath at the Cenotaph to commemorate Anzac Day.
- Kristen Twibill, School Captain 2010, and Alice Bishop-Ebiember, Vice Captain 2010, attended Remembrance Day services in November and laid a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of DET students.
- Welfare Prefect 2009, Minh Anh Nguyen, organised for girls in Years 11 and 12 to volunteer as Red Cross blood donors.
- Several SRC members attended the YMCA’s Youth Parliament, with one girl being elected as NSW State representative.
- The Prefects attended the Jessie Street Library’s annual luncheon at Parliament House and heard an important speech about the future of the print media.
- All Year 9 students participated in the Hallogen Foundation’s Young Leaders’ training day at Darling Harbour.
- Forty Year 10 students attended the Premier’s Christmas Concert, to assist aged and infirm members of the audience.
- Prefects and SRC worked as volunteers for the Victorian Bushfire appeal’s Celebrity Cricket Match at Moore Park.
- Three Year 10 students: Ananya Chakravorty, Leah Zinonos and Alice Joe, attended USYD Women’s College “Leadership in a Digital Age” Conference in September.
- Kylie Zhong, Linda Huang and Meherunnessa Rahman have represented the school at all Zone SRC meetings this year, and SGHS hosted the Term 3 Zone meeting for delegates from other schools in the zone.
- Meherunnessa Rahman was elected to represent Sydney Zone at the State SRC Conference and subsequently elected to the State SRC for 2010.
- Representation by Vaishnavi Suryaprakash, Linda Huang, Delia Deng and Adie Chang at a Peace Conference conducted by the Ministry for Peace – Australia at Parliament House
- The SRC also coordinated the collection of monies for the 40-Hour famine, an initiative that raised about $9,000.
- A significant contribution to school life has been made by all SRC girls in managing the registers in the canteen on a rostered basis.
- SRC contributed significantly to the success of the Mac.Robertson Girls High visit.
Peer Support Program
- All Year 7 students met weekly during Term 1, in 26 small groups, with the Year 10 leaders.
- The groups worked through the program of activities which involved communication, self-esteem, trust, assertiveness, sharing and understanding of self and others.
- Year 10 leaders then trained all Year 9 in a one day training program and fifty Year 9 students were selected by the Peer Support Committee.
- SGHS was awarded the Roy Reidy Trophy early in the year for the 15th time for being the highest NSW school contributor in 2008, raising $8441.00.
- As of the end of October 2009, students at SGHS have raised donations for many organizations and causes including The Salvation Army[$2286]; Australian Red Cross Bushfire Appeal[$12,500]; Black Dog Institute [$2557]; UniFem [$263]; Stewart House [$7500]; St Jude’s School, Tanzania [$7000]; Forty Hour Famine [$10,000]
- Working with organisations such as Legacy, the Children’s Medical Research Foundation and the Cancer Council, students have collected over $50,000
Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
- 100 Year 9 students enrolled in the Bronze Award.
- Gold Award Recipients : Frances Christodoulou, Alexis Griffiths.
Young Achievers Australia
- Over 40 girls enrolled in the program
- Ya!Chu, led by Catherine Chan, herself a finalist in the Young Business Person of the Year category, won 4 awards at the State Finals [Company of the Year, Best Business Plan, Best Annual Report and Best Use of IT].
- were; Alex Downie, Leah Zinonos, Sinead Bryson, Rachel Visontay, Esther Khoo, Pauline Foster, Alice Joe, Kim Van Vu, Divya Kumar, Saloni Singh, Vahini Naidoo, Samanta Lestavel.
SCRAM – Schools Conflict Resolution and Mediation
- The team progressed to the quarter finals.
MUNA (Model United Nations Assembly)
- One team competed in Model United Nations Assemblies at the Nan Tien Temple at Berkeley.
Knitting in Company
- About 20 Year 7 and Year 8 students knit together one hour each Wednesday afternoon.
- Learning to knit and crochet and many are knitting squares to make blankets.
- Three students and two teachers delivered 5 blankets to the ABC702 Knit In.
- Members used a 2m telescope in Hawaii to study a black hole and discover a planetary nebula. The results of their observations were published in a peer reviewed scientific journal.
- Members celebrated the International Year of Astronomy by travelling around the world in 80 telescopes via webcast by the European Southern Observatory.
- Members participated in activities as part of the NASA Afterschool Universe and Night Sky Network programs.
- The girls participated in the NSW Junior Chess League and NSW Interschool Girls Championships.
- The junior teams came second and third and the senior team came third.
- There are now 30 members from Years 7, 8 and 11.
- Imagizine - a magazine of creative writing edited by Dr Mary Anne Hughes continued to be published regularly and provided students with the opportunity to write creative pieces including poetry.
- Young Conspirators is the school based branch of Amnesty International and meets every Thursday.
- Participated in Urgent Action appeals where an immediate and large response is required. There have been positive outcomes for a number of these cases, demonstrating the effectiveness of the power of individuals to influence Human Rights issues all over the earth.
- Attended a rally held on the steps of the Opera House supporting Aung Sung Suu Khi.
- We hung large banners on the side of our school in refugee week asking for justice for those who are genuine refugees.
- Georgia Brady won a scholarship to study in Belgium in
- Carol Hunter, Nara Joe and Sarah Lee won scholarships to Japan in December.
- 26 students went to France for three weeks in April where they studied and visited our sister school of Lycée Paul Cézanne in Aix-en-Provence and spent a week in Cap D’Ail and Paris.
- Mac.Robertson Girls High School (Melbourne) Exchange Visit: 30 students were billeted with Sydney Girls High in September.
- Kojimachi High School from Japan visited SGHS for the sixth time.
- 11 students went on exchange to France.
Old Girls’ Union
- A successful annual luncheon was held in November with a large number of ‘Old Girls’ from many different years attending.
- Reunions occurred at the school for many year groups throughout 2009, including the 50 year reunion of the Class of 1959, the 40 year reunion for the Class of 1969 and the 5 year reunion of the Class of 2004.
- A quarterly News Sheet was produced and distributed to members.
- The OGU archivist, Diane Burgess worked on a voluntary basis, conducting research, answering requests for information and mounting displays.
- The OGU continues to provide financial support for Presentation Day and other special projects throughout the year.
- Old Girls of the school have volunteered to mentor students in the school to pass on their expertise in music, dance, sport, debating and other areas.
- Old Girl Isobel Jack left a generous bequest of $250,000 to be used to assist girls whose socio-economic background does not allow them to participate in all activities offered by the school.
- The Ena Schofield Trust which was set up thanks to the generous bequest of Old Girl Ena Schofield (Class of 1932) continues to provide funds to support girls at SGHS.
- The Old Girls Union endowed a new prize in honour of the former principal Dr Margaret Varady and is to be awarded annually to a student who shows ‘exceptional leadership’.
Outstanding Individual Sporting Achievements
- Lizzie Durack was selected in the Sydney East Regional Cricket Team for the NSW Schools Championships; was invited to trial with the U/17 Emerging Breakers NSW Cricket Team and Central Coast Mariners W-League Soccer Team, was a member of the winning team of the National Youth Soccer Championships with NSW; was accepted into the elite International Goalkeeping Academy and gained selection in the U/17 Australian Women’s Squad, travelling to Thailand for the Women’s World Cup Qualifiers.
- Karina Chan is a member of the Macquarie Illusions synchronised ice-skating team which achieved 1st at State and 4th at Nationals.
Sydney East Regional Representatives
Athletics: Alice Bishop-Ebiember, Adele Bai
Cross Country: Emmie Best, Tanuska Sivashanmugurajah
Hockey: Rachel Herman
Swimming: Julie Dao, Phoebe Miley-Dyer, Caitlin Wallington, Jane Tait, Janine Vu, Charmaine Lo, Yin Chin, Rachael Bayliss, Morgan Randy
Football (Soccer): Lizzie Durack
Volleyball: Grace Sun
Tennis: Rhian Ramsay
Surfing: Phoebe Miley-Dyer
Eastern Suburbs Sports Zone Carnivals
12yrs Age Champion – Jane Tait
17yrs Age Champion – Phoebe Miley-Dyer
15yrs Age Champion – Gabrielle McDonald
16yrs Age Champion – Jasmin-Johanna Mobbs
18yrs Age Champion – Emmie Best
17yrs+ Age Champion – Alice Bishop Ebiember
Sydney East Region Championships
17yrs+ Age Champion – Alice Bishop Ebiember
New Carnival Records
- Jane Tait – 12 yrs 50m Backstroke record (broke Jessi Miley-Dyer,1998)
- Imogen Kennedy – 17yrs 50m Freestyle (broke E. Lynch, 2004)
AOC Pierre de Coubertin Award
- Margaret Gordon of Year 12 was the 2009 recipient.
- 14 teams and over 120 students competing in the City of Sydney Basketball Association, Alexandria on Friday nights.
- Year 7 team, the Slayers who were U16, Div 3 champions in their first season of Basketball. Basketball Knock Out team reached the top 8 in the region again.
- Rose Anne White Shield – SGHS 4th overall, SGHS A team 2nd, SGHS B team 5th. Team members: Clare Galvin, Jacqueline Ho, Claire Graham-White and Vera Tchikina.
- Schools League Fencing Competition – A team consisting of Cassandra Lee, Amanda Zhou, Sandy Chen and Vera Tchikina achieved 2nd place; B team of Claire Graham-White, Nikitha Kramadhari, Lucia Chen and Josephine Lee in 4th place.
- Schools State Championships – 3rd place. Team members: Clare Galvin, Vera Tchikina, Claire Graham-White and Nikitha Kramadhari.
- Two teams competed in the Sutherland Women’s Shire Competition.
- SGHS 2nd grade Hockey grand finalists in 2009.
- SGHS Saturday Netball continues to represent at the Northern Suburbs Competition Willoughby Leisure Centre.
- 18 teams were fielded, with 157 players
- 8 teams played semi-finals, 5 teams played finals and 4 teams qualified for the Grand Finals.
- Year 7 & 8 and the Year 12 teams were Grand Final winners.
- 10 girls competed in the NSW Interschools Schools Snowsports Competition in July 2009.
- Rachel Herman received a Bronze Medal (3rd place) in the Division 1 Boarder Cross and qualified for the State Championships.
- UNSW Eastern Suburbs Competition: Sub Junior (Year 7) Junior (Year 8/9)
Senior A + B (Year 10/11/12 - term 1) and Senior (Year 10/11 - term 4)
- Northern Suburbs Competition: Junior (U15) - Runners Up and Senior (Opens) - Open Girls A - Runners Up
- CHS Open Girls Water Polo won through to Round 4 of the CHS Knockout.
- Sydney Girls High had 11 crews racing through the season and some of their results include:
- Yr10 Double placed 5th
- Senior Quad placed 2nd
- Yr10 Double placed 3rd
- Yr9 First Quad came 2nd
- Yr10 Double placed 4th
- Yr10 Second Quad placed 3rd
- Senior Quad placed 3rd
- Yr10 Double placed 3rd
- Yr10 First Quad placed 2nd
- Yr10 Second Quad placed 4th
- Yr8 First Quad placed 2nd
- Senior Quad placed 4th
Riverview Gold Cup
- Yr10 Third Quad placed 1st! Receiving a silver oar
- Senior Quad placed 1st in heats
- Yr10 First Quad placed 2nd
- Yr10 Second Quad placed 2nd
- Yr 8 First Quad placed 2nd
Schoolgirl Head of the River
- Yr10 Double placed 3rd
- Yr10 First Quad placed 3rd in heats, 5th in final
- Beatrix Sheldrick won the State Championships in U/21 pairs category rowing for the Sydney University Rowing Club.
- Cricket Team were Sydney East Regional Champions in the Marie Cornish Shield Competition and made it to the last 16 in NSW.
- The SGHS tennis team of Rhian Ramsay, Diana Serban, Rachel Visontay and Melinda Smith competed in the regional tennis competition making it to the final against Woolaware High.