Class of 2019

Year 12 Results 2019

The Class of 2019 have achieved impressive Year 12 results. The St John’s Grammar community is proud of their many successes, that reflect the desire and determination of our students to Soar Higher. The teaching staff is also thrilled with the outcomes and deserve special praise for the skill, wisdom and tireless support that characterises the commitment the team make to each and every student.

Our results this year build on a focus of achievement and success. Congratulations to our Dux, Madison Hornabrook who achieved an ATAR of 99.9 and Proximae Accessit, Ben Ransom and Kaitlyn Howlett who both achieved an ATAR of 99.75.

Congratulations also to Caitlin Driscoll who achieved three SACE subject Merits in Music Explorations, Psychology and the Research Project. Madison, Kaitlyn and Ben all achieved three Merits. Thirteen of our students were awarded a total of 21 Merits across 13 subjects.

Five students finished with an ATAR above 99, 25% of our domestic students finished in the top 5% nationally, with an ATAR above 95. A total of 37 students join our Top Guns, a unique group reserved for students who achieve an ATAR above 90, placing them in the top 10% nationally.

Eight students successfully tackled University subjects as part of the Headstart and Extension Studies programs and all achieved High Distinctions which convert to additional Merits in their final results.

School Dux

School Dux

Madison Hornabrook

Congratulations to School Dux, Madison Hornabrook, who achieved an ATAR of 99.9

Madison achieved three Merits in Business & Enterprise, English Literature and General Mathematics in addition perfect scores for two subjects studied at University through the Adelaide University’s Headstart program. Madison was also awarded the Bev and John Dayman Award for Business & Enterprise, the Elaine Mussared Perpetual Award for English Literary Studies and the Bray Family Award for General Mathematics.

Proximae Accessit

Proximae Accessit

Kaitlyn Howlett

Congratulations to School Captains, Kaitlyn Howlett and Ben Ransom, who tied for Proximae Accessit with an ATAR of 99.75.

Kaitlyn achieved 3 Merits for Research Project, English and Chemistry and was awarded The Victorsen Family Award for English and The Peter Mussared Award for Specialist Mathematics.

Proximae Accessit

Proximae Accessit

Ben Ransom

Congratulations to School Captains, Kaitlyn Howlett and Ben Ransom, who tied for Proximae Accessit with an ATAR of 99.75.

Ben achieved 3 Merits for Research Project, Chemistry and Physics and was awarded the The Howard Family Award for Chemistry and The Bowden Family Award for Physics.

Students who achieved an ATAR of 90+

Katy Adlem

Katie Aitken

Cooper Barton

Stephanie Bevan

Sarah Booth

Taylor Brown

Dylan Burzacott

Lewis Dimitropoulos

Caitlin Driscoll

Zara Green

Sasha Holmes

Harry Hopton

Madison Hornabrook

Kaitlyn Howlett

Sam Johnson

Laura Kanck

Tash Kellett

Olivia Lang

 

 

 

Chloe Laycock

Tayla Lockwood

Antony Loose

Ben Marshall

Maddison Masters

Alexander Matters

Jordan Miegel

Christopher Murphy

Ben Ransom

Thomas Read

Aditri Saikia

Rosie Talbot

Zoe Thomas

Jack Tonkin

Ebony Werner

Imogen White

Stephanie Whitman

Sarah Wilkins

Riley Williams

Summary of Achievements

2017 School Performance Report

As part of our funding agreement with the Commonwealth Government, we are required to ensure that certain “School Performance Information” is made available to the School community. The information relates to the 2017 school year.