Class of 2021
The Class of 2021 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, Lucas Scroop, who achieved an ATAR of 99.95, and to our Proximae Accessit, Joel Rajkowski who achieved an ATAR of 99.05.
Lucas achieved a ‘perfect score’ – the highest ATAR within Australia, with six Merits in Specialist Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Literary Studies, Research Project, and Japanese, which he completed in 2020.
12 students were awarded a total of 19 SACE Merits across nine subjects, and a further 18 Merit equivalencies were achieved by 12 students across multiple University subjects.
A highly commendable 3.6% of our Year 12 cohort finished in the top 1% nationally, with an ATAR above 99, with 26.5% of our students finished in the top 5% nationally, with an ATAR above 95.
A total of 34 students (41% 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 very pleasing outcome for our 2021 cohort was that just over 50% of all grades achieved were A grades, compared to a state average of 30.36%, and a special mention to our International Students, who performed very well under particularly difficult circumstances.
Congratulations to School Dux, Lucas Scroop, who achieved an ATAR of 99.95 and six Merits.
Lucas achieved the highest ATAR score possible and six Merits in Specialist Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Literary Studies, Research Project, and Japanese, which he completed in 2020.
Lucas was also awarded The Peter Alexandrou and Harris Real Estate Award for Chemistry, The Elaine Mussared Perpetual Award for English Literary Studies, The Peter Mussared Perpetual Award for Specialist Mathematics and The Bowden Family Award for Physics.
Congratulations to Proximae Accessit, Joel Rajkowski who achieved an ATAR of 99.05.
Joel has achieved exceedingly well, receiving A grades for all subjects: Biology, English Literary Studies, Specialist Mathematics, Physics and Research Project.
Joel also completed SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Methods whilst in Year 11 last year, and was the highest achiever in this subject in 2020, being awarded The Lambert Family Award for Mathematical Methods.
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. Our current School Performance Report relates to the 2020 school year.