2016 WACE Results
We are very proud to advise that the Year 12 students of 2016 have achieved strong WACE results.
Of the 139 Year 12 students eligible, 99.3% achieved the Western Australian Certificate of Education.
Summary of Achievement
On the basis of the ATAR, St Hilda’s students achieved the following results:
90.2% of units completed were ATAR course units.
In terms of individual course results, St Hilda’s was listed thirteen 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:
|Accounting and Finance||Mathematics Specialist|
|French: Second Language||Politics and Law|
|Human Biology||Visual Arts|
One student was awarded a General Exhibition.
These are awarded to the 50 students with the highest score based on an average of five courses, with at least two from List A and two from List B.
Two students achieved Subject Exhibitions for the highest examination mark in an ATAR course.
Certificates of Excellence
Nine 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.
Certificates of Distinction
Thirty eight graduates (27%) were awarded Certificates of Distinction, which are based on unit grades achieved and the level of course difficulty. Students who accrue 190-200 have a majority of A grades in ATAR courses, of which 10 units must be Year 12 units. Students who achieve 200 points have achieved A grades in all 20 units completed (an A grade in an ATAR course = 10 points, a B grade in an ATAR course = 9 points).
|Laura-Anne Aitken||Marissa Forbes||Rosie Peden|
|Annabelle Atkins||Hillary Forrest||Sophie Rowney|
|Noelli Bariacto||Mai Hoang||Madeleine Sandl|
|Siobhan Blake||Celeste Kalnenas||Eleanor Shenton|
|Molly Boschetti||Gabrielle Le Miere||Isobel Smith|
|Georgia Boxley||Ann Linehan||Olivia Tan|
|Vania Carolina||Rebecca Lyden||Maduvanthi Venkatesan|
|Lucy Craske||Claudine Mah||Maggie Wang|
|Ella Crust||Natasha Mehl||Jasmine Wu|
|Chloe Dutton||Matilda Nelson||Shuyue Yang|
|Hazel Dutton||Victoria Newman||Isobel Yates|
|Anna Fischer||Victoria Parker||Darcie Young|
|Olivia Fitzpatrick||Emily Parkinson|
Certificates of Merit
Thirty students (22%) were awarded Certificates of Merit. These are awards are based on the School grades awarded to students in ATAR and General Courses. These awards are based on the School grades achieved by students in ATAR and General Courses and VET qualifications. Students accrued between 150-189 points from 20 Year 11 and 12 Units of which at least 10 must be Year 12 Units.
|Annie Aird||Isabelle Honey||Grace Shao|
|Laura Bennett||Lucy Irvine||Rebecca Smith|
|Kelsey Bowes||Stella Kelly||Sophie Smith|
|Rachel Bright||Wing Chi Lo||Jane Storm|
|Samantha Carr||Phoebe Longmire||Madison Taylor|
|Hei Lam Chin||Rana Massoudi||Maeher Trisal|
|Sirling Chuah||Rhea Pereira||Stephanie Wong|
|Alisha Cleary||Sarah Robson||Abbey Woodhams|
|Alisa Dowson||Isabel Rowley||Sarah Woolhouse|
|Naomi Hermans||Scarlet Roxby||Lucy Wu|
Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking of 99.00 and over
The following students achieved an ATAR of over 99.00 and deserve special mention.
|Hei Lam Chin||99.10|