Posted on: Monday 17 December 2018
Posted in: Featured
I would like to extend my sincere congratulations to our St Hilda’s 2018 Senior students on their final academic results.
The girls performed well in the Queensland Core Skills test with over 96 percent of the OP eligible girls receiving an A-C for their efforts across the two days.
A further congratulations to the two students who received the highest score possible in Queensland, an OP 1.
We extend special congratulations to the 12 students who achieved an OP 1-3, whom we will formally recognise during our first assembly when we commence in 2019.
In the cohort of just over 78 OP eligible students, 100 per cent of our girls achieved in the range of OP 1-15 (or equivalent Selection Rank), with 23 per cent scoring an OP 1-5 and 73 per cent achieving an OP 1-10 or equivalent.
These results are well above the Queensland average for all students and the State average for girls.
St Hilda’s offers a range of pathways for girls, and while we recognise those who achieved such strong OPs, we also congratulate the 56 Senior girls who have graduated with a total of 73 VET Qualifications including 10 Traineeships, 32 Diplomas in Business and 31 Certificate II and III courses in a range of areas.
I would like to extend my thanks to all staff and parents who have supported the students throughout 2018 and wish the girls every success in their future endeavours.
Dr Julie Wilson Reynolds
CLICK TO READ: Gold Coast Father sworn to secrecy with OP from the Gold Coast Bulletin, Monday 17 December