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Academic results

The School warmly congratulates the class of 2016 who have achieved outstanding academic results.
 
Featured in their results were 26 OP1s, 13 OP2s and 15 OP3s. 14 per cent of the cohort received an OP 1­, Churchie's highest-ever result.
 
  • 46% achieved an OP 1-5
  • 78% achieved an OP 1-10
  • 97% achieved an OP 1-15
 
Also 42 per cent of the class achieved an A on the Queensland Core Skills Test, which reflects the dedication and talents of our students, the wonderful support from teachers and the School’s high expectations,
 
QCS Grade Churchie State*
A 42.1% 18.6%
B 33.9% 28.9%
C 21.0% 34.7%
D 2.9% 17.7%
E 0.0% 0.0%
 
*State percentages include all OP eligible candidates who sat the QCS Test.
 
100 per cent of students received a Queensland Certificate of Education, highlighting the success of the whole Year 12 cohort. 
 
The School extends its sincere congratulations and gratitude to our teaching staff and parents, all of whom provide wonderful support and encouragement to our students in a whole-school community focus on learning.
 
We wish our 2016 graduates every success in the future as they seek to live the School’s mission of developing young men of good character, strong intellect and generous spirit.


Academic results 2015

Read the Academic Results 2015 booklet to view a comprehensive summary of the results achieved Churchie's 2015 Year 12 cohort.

The young men of the class of 2015 achieved outstanding academic results: 26 OP 1s, 15 OP 2s and 20 OP 3s. 13 per cent of the cohort received an OP 1.
 
There were record results achieved in all benchmarked domains:
 
  • the OP 1-5 percentage was 44% 
  • the OP 1-10 percentage was 78% 
  • the OP 1-15 percentage was 98%
  • attained 100% per cent Queensland Certificate of Education.


 
Such outstanding academic results represent a deep commitment to learning and scholarship on the part of our young men, their dedicated teachers and supportive parents. They are borne of the strong, shared dedication to teaching and learning at the heart of Churchie’s culture.
 
The School commends the young men of our Class or 2015 who have worked diligently to achieve these results. We look forward to their further success and achievements in the future.


Academic results 2014

The Churchie community congratulates the young men of the class of 2014 for their outstanding academic results.

The Federal Government announced the winners of the Australian Student Prize, acknowledging the country’s top 500 senior secondary students for their outstanding work during the 2014 school year. The prize is awarded in recognition of academic excellence and achievement, and has been awarded annually since 1991.

The 2014 prize was awarded to 10 students from the Australian Capital Territory, 148 from New South Wales, 4 from the Northern Territory, 111 from Queensland, 40 from South Australia, 10 from Tasmania, 123 from Victoria and 54 from Western Australia.
 
Congratulations to Churchie’s 2014 recipients:
  • Leo Liu
  • Angus Scott-Young
  • Dean Andronis
  • James Dalton
  • Charles Godber
  • Hamish Litster
  • Constantine Yanardasis
  • Tim Pitcher
  • Yi Liu
  • Samrudh Shaju
 
Visit www.education.gov.au/australian-student-prize to find out more about the prize.
 

In 2014, our senior cohort achieved 19 OP 1s, 15 OP 2s and 13 OP 3s. 

  • The OP 1-5 percentage was 39%
  • The OP 1-10 percentage was 72%
  • The OP 1-15 percentage was 94%.
 
The QCS results demonstrate that 70.7 per cent of students received an A or B grade which represents Churchie’s highest ever A/B percentage grade.

These academic results highlight the School’s strong partnership with parents, its long-standing commitment to high quality teaching and personal care, and consistently high expectations.

The School wishes our young men every success in the future and welcomes their return to Churchie in the years ahead.