Congratulations to the Class of 2016

5 students received General Exhibitions (top 50 students in Western Australia)

  • Hannah Mizzi (ranked 13th)
  • Shamini Srinivasan (ranked 15th)
  • Madison Wait (22nd)
  • Sarah Barber (40th)
  • Alexandra Tran (41st)

Snapshot of results:

  • 10 students achieved an ATAR of 99.0 or above (6.3% of the cohort). These students are placed in the top 1% of all students in Western Australia to achieve an ATAR.
  • 22 students achieved ATARS of 98 or above (13.8% of the cohort), placing them in the top 2% of students in Western Australia.
  • 46 students achieved ATARS of 95 or above (28.9% of the cohort), which places them in the top 5% of students in Western Australia.
  • 80 students achieved ATARS of 90 or above (50.3% of the cohort), which places them in the top 10% of students in Western Australia to achieve an ATAR.

Congratulations to the Class of 2015

2 students received General Exhibitions (top 41 students in Western Australia)

  • Catherine Bock (ranked 11th)
  • Isabella Massi (ranked 33rd)

A General Exhibition was also awarded to Mary Jane Yang, as the top student from a non-English speaking background.

Snapshot of results:

  • 18 students received Certificates of Distinction (for the top 0.5% in a course)
  • 23 students received Certificates of Commendation (a minimum of 20 A grades in Year 11 and 12 units)
  • 17 students achieved an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of over 99.00
  • 24 students achieved an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of over 98.0
  • 57 students achieved an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of over 95.0
  • 92 students achieved ATARs of 90.0 or above
  • 84% of students achieved University of Western Australia eligibility
  • 100% of students achieved a secondary graduation
  • We welcomed 41 new students into our 400 Club (ATAR over 96.3)

Congratulations to the Class of 2014

2 students received General Exhibitions (top 40 students in Western Australia)

  • Jill Brouwer (ranked 26th)
  • Kriti Sharma (ranked 30th)

Cassandra Lee also received a Special General Exhibition (as a non-permanent resident of Australia). Her excellent score placed her in the top 25 students.

Snapshot of results:

  • Five students achieved an ATAR of 99.0 or above (4% of the cohort). These students are placed in the top 1% of all students in Western Australia to achieve an ATAR.
  • Nine students achieved ATARS of 98 or above (7.2% of the cohort), placing them in the top 2% of students in Western Australia.
  • 33 students achieved ATARS of 95 or above (26.4% of the cohort), which places them in the top 5% of students in Western Australia.
  • 70 students achieved ATARS of 90 or above (56% of the cohort), which places them in the top 10% of students in Western Australia to achieve an ATAR.
  • 82% of students achieved University of Western Australia eligibility

Congratulations to the Class of 2013

3 students received General Exhibitions (top 40 students in Western Australia):

  • Lianne Leung (ranked 9th)
  • Shilpa Rath (ranked 10th)
  • Angela Mei (ranked 28th)

2 Course Exhibitions were awarded to St Mary’s students (top student in the state in a course):

  • French - Lianne Leung
  • Media Production and Analysis - Tahlia Sanders

Snapshot of results:

  • 19 students received Certificates of Distinction (for the top 0.5% in a course)
  • 20 students received Certificates of Commendation (a minimum of 20 A grades in Year 11 and 12 units)
  • 14 students achieved an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of over 99.0
  • 57.8% of students achieved an ATAR of above 90.0
  • 79.9% of students achieved University of Western Australia eligibility
  • We welcomed 41 new students into our 400 Club (ATAR over 96.7)

Congratulations to the Class of 2012

5 students received General Exhibitions (top 40 students in Western Australia):

  • Emma Turner (ranked 10th)
  • Julia Liu (ranked 12th)
  • Louisa Lee (ranked 21st)
  • Sasha Newman (ranked 27th)
  • Jessica Perring (ranked 29th)

2 Course Exhibitions were awarded to St Mary’s students (top student in the state in a course):

  • Italian - Emma Turner
  • Visual Arts - Rachael Vieraitis

Snapshot of results:

  • 11 students received Certificates of Distinction (for the top 0.5% in a course)
  • 16 students received Certificates of Commendation (a minimum of 20 A grades in Year 11 and 12 units)
  • 14 students achieved an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of over 99.0
  • 53.7% of students achieved an ATAR of above 90.0
  • 79.4% of students achieved University of Western Australia eligibility
  • We welcomed 41 new students into our 400 Club (four subject average over 78.4%)

Congratulations to the Class of 2011

General Exhibition Winners:

  • Thisuri Jayawardena (top female in the State, 2nd in WA)
  • Emily Twigger
  • Libby Weeda

Course Exhibition Winners

  • Thisuri Jayawardena - Chemistry and Economics
  • Adaena Sinclair-Blakemore - Italian
  • Emily Twigger - Modern History

Snapshot of 2011 results:

  • 22 students received Certificates of Distinction (top 0.5% in a subject)
  • 25 students received Certificates of Excellence (a minimum of 9 A grades in Years 11 and 12)
  • 56% of students achieved an ATAR of over 90
  • 79.6% of students achieved UWA eligibility
  • We welcomed 37 new students into our 400 Club
  • Seven students achieved a TES of over 450

Congratulations to the Class of 2010

General Exhibition Winners:

  • Yasmin Soliman
  • Kelsey Brewer
  • Madelaine Santini
  • Melissa Simonds
  • Rubin Trehan

Course Exhibition Winners:

  • Kaila Stevens - Biological Sciences
  • Yasmin Soliman - Chemistry
  • Shannon Itzstein – Integrated Science
  • Melissa Simonds – Visual Art

Snapshot of 2010 Results

  • One student with top score of 99.95
  • Two students with score of 99.90
  • Two students with score of 99.80
  • Total of fifteen students with a score over 99.00
  • Twenty students received Certificates of Distinction
  • Thirty students received Certificates of Excellence
  • 55% of our students scored over 90.00, placing them in the top 10% in the state
  • Median ATAR 91.25
  • We welcome 39 new students into our 400 Cub (TES over 314 or ATAR over 96.8)