The day of reckoning has come for Year 12 students at Ulladulla High School, with four students achieving band six results in the HSC.
Abbie Wilesmith, Grace Richardson, Marcello Pennisi and Liana Valandro were the smiling Ulladulla High faces to receive a band six.
The students earnt their band six results in Biology, Textiles, Drama, Music, General Mathematics and Society and Culture.
It is, however, a considerable drop from the 2015 Ulladulla High School results which contained 26 band six students.
Only 5 per cent of 111 Ulladulla High students received a band six in 2016, in comparison to more than 20 per cent in 2015.
Ulladulla High School principal Denise Lofts said the school still achieved strong results across the board.
Abbie Wilesmith received her band six in biology and textiles, after she was recently recognised with a Victor Change School Science Award for achievements in science.
Abbie told the Milton Ulladulla Times in 2015 that she aspires to be a doctor, hoping to study medicine at the University of Newcastle in 2017.
ATAR results will be released tomorrow by the Universities Admissions Centre.
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