133 of our students completed an academic program to gain university entrance by the Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking (ATAR). This means that they studied at least four ATAR courses during Year 12. Of these students who applied for University Entrance, 130 are eligible for a university place in WA because they achieved above the threshold ATAR for university entry or met the portfolio entry requirements.
Of the 143 Year 12 students eligible, 97.4% achieved the Western Australian Certificate of Education.
Summary of Achievement
On the basis of the ATAR, St Hilda’s students achieved the following results:
In terms of individual course results, St Hilda’s was listed nineteen times as having the highest performing students. The course listing is based on the percentage of students at each school who had Year 12 ATAR course combined scores in the top 15 percent of all students in that course. In order to be included on the list, there must be a minimum of 10 students in the course. The courses are wide ranging and include the following.
Business Management and Enterprise
French: Second Language
Physical Education Studies
Politics and Law
Six students were awarded a General Exhibition:
Certificates of Excellence
Sixteen Certificates of Excellence were awarded to our students. These are awarded to students in the top 0.5% of candidates based on the examination mark in an ATAR course.
|Sophie Fang Lin
|Sabine Higgins||Materials Design and Technology|
Sophie Fang Lin
|Olivia Cadlow||Physical Education Studies|
|Charlotte Salom||Politics and Law|
Certificates of Distinction
Forty nine graduates were awarded Certificates of Distinction for outstanding school achievement. These students accrued 190-200 points from 20 Year 11 and Year 12 units.
Sai Varsha Balasa
|Sophie Fang Lin
Chloe Walker Crinyion
Certificates of Merit
Forty three students were awarded Certificates of Merit for excellent school achievement. These students accrued 150-189 points from 20 Year 11 and Year 12 units.
|Sofia Bekir Fuente
Tia Van Heurck
Vocational Educational Training results
10 Year 12 students completed vocational educational certificates this year and may use these certificates to apply for State Training Provider entry. Certificates achieved include:
Certificate III in Sport and Recreation
Certificate IV in Business
Certificate III in Education Support
Certificate IV in Education Support
Certificate II in Tourism