Class of 2022
The Class of 2022 achieved excellent final results. In another challenging year, the students showed great conviction and resilience to generate wonderful outcomes that will now open those doors to their chosen fields of further study and work. These exceptional results occur because our talented students have talented teachers, who year after year, go above and beyond in their support, guidance and care. They should all be very proud of what has been achieved this year.
Congratulations to our School Dux, Kyan Percevault, who achieved an ATAR of 99.80, and to our Proxime Accessit, Daniel Nedomansky who achieved an ATAR of 99.65.
10 students were awarded a total of 19 SACE Merits across eight subjects, and a further 11 Merit equivalencies were achieved by 7 students across multiple University subjects.
An outstanding 12.5% of our Year 12 cohort placed in the top 1% nationally, with an ATAR above 99, with 25% of our students ranked in the top 5% nationally, with an ATAR above 95.
35.7% of our cohort join our Top Guns, a unique group reserved for students who achieve an ATAR above 90, placing them in the top 10% nationally.
A brilliant outcome for our 2022 cohort was that just over 50% of all grades achieved were A grades, compared to a State average of 31.12%, and a special mention to our International Students, who achieved impressive results under particularly difficult circumstances.
Our teaching staff are delighted with the results and I salute their dedication, talent and their ‘do-whatever-it-takes’ approach in helping our students generate personal bests.
We would like to extend my congratulations to all parents who worked in partnership with the School in guiding and supporting our Year 12 students throughout the year. Generating such outstanding results requires a team effort, and that strong connection between home and school remains formidable at St John’s Grammar.
Congratulations to our Class of 2022!
Congratulations to School Dux, Kyan Percevault, who achieved an ATAR of 99.80 and four Merits.
Kyan’s outstanding approach to his learning has been rewarded by receiving four Merits in Specialist Mathematics, Mathematical Methods, Physics and Research Project.
Kyan was the joint St John’s Grammar School Award Winner for a number of subjects, including Specialist Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Research Project.
Congratulations to Proxime Accessit, Daniel Nedomansky who achieved an ATAR of 99.65.
Daniel received three Merits in Specialist Mathematics, Mathematical Methods and Research Project
Daniel was also the joint St John’s Grammar School Subject Award Winner for Chemistry, Specialist Mathematics and Research Project.