Congratulations to our Year 12 Cohort of 2020

The academic results of our Year 12 cohort demonstrate very good achievements across a wide range of ability levels in both ATAR and General pathways.  We congratulate our students on their hard work and commitment, and appreciate the dedication and guidance of staff throughout the year.  We also recognise and appreciate the support provided by families during this important phase of student life.

On the basis of their year-long performance, a number of our Year 12 students received early offers from across all five Western Australian universities for admission to degrees ranging from Engineering, Biochemical Science and Chemistry to Law, Early Education, Architectural Science and  Education.

We congratulate our Dux students Abdulla El Lagta and Fawzan Mardijono for receiving ATARS of 97.90 and 96.95 respectively.

In addition, we congratulate the following students for receiving awards from the WA School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA).

Certificates of Distinction

  • Abdulla El Lagta
  • Fawzan Mardijono
  • Nur Ayun Badawy
  • Muhammed Sihabuddin

Certificates of Merit

  • Ali Asad
  • Aisha Matan
  • Dhuha Obeid
  • Abdirahman Mohamed

This year our students accomplished good results across the board with several significant achievements:

  • A Median ATAR score of 75.90 for students applying for university entrance.
  • 15.4% of these students gained an ATAR of 95 or above placing them in the top 5% nationally.
  • 19.2% of these students gained an ATAR of 90 or above placing them in the top 10% nationally.
  • 30.8% of these students gained an ATAR of 85 or above placing them in the top 15% nationally.
  • 38.5% of these students gained an ATAR of 80 or above placing them in the top 20% nationally.
  • 50% of these students gained an ATAR of 75 or above
  • 61.5% of students gained an ATAR of 70 or above

Our 2020 Year 12 cohort has proven to be a good and diverse group of young women and men with varied talents, interests and abilities.  This diversity is represented in their post-school destinations and career choices.  University entrance is not necessarily the preferred destination for all students.  As a result, a number of our students have also established employment, apprenticeship and traineeship connections in a range of industries, and we congratulate them on their successful preparations for future employment.

Our students are fortunate to have a broad range of pathways available to them. This year, students have been able to study General courses together with a Certificate II in Community Service and Business. We are pleased to report that 100% of students enrolled in Certificate II in Community Service and Business successfully achieved the qualification.

Despite the challenges of last year, our students can be proud of the way they have navigated these challenges, and proven themselves to be adaptable, resilient and independent learners.