Academic Results

Whitsunday Anglican School is a non-selective school. We continue to be proud of our reputation for academic excellence with results across all year levels that are above state and national averages.

NAPLAN 2017

In May this year, our Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 students sat for the compulsory National Assessment Program on Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) for all Australian students. Our excellent results are testimony to the exemplary teaching practices and the well-constructed curriculum we offer at Whitsunday Anglican School. Our students out-performed their National and State counterparts consistently in all aspects of the tests.

While NAPLAN is only one piece of assessment that gives a snapshot of your child on a particular day, the data provided through this testing tool is valuable in assisting the school to further refine our curriculum and be responsive to students’ collective and individual needs.

Congratulations to our teachers and students for these strong literacy and numeracy results as we continue to focus on these foundation skills and provide a well-rounded education at Whitsunday Anglican School.

NAPLAN

Source: Daily Mercury, 5 August 2017.

Download the 2017 NAPLAN Results Summary

2016 OP Results

Congratulations to our 2016 Year 12 cohort on their excellent academic results.

Special congratulations must go to our three students who received an OP1 –  Dana Stolp, Julia Boets and Meghan Dansie.

Across the state, 2.77% of students received an OP1. At Whitsunday Anglican School, the percentage of OP1s was 5.2%, among one of the highest percentages in the state.

17.2% of students received an OP1-3, compared to the state results of 11.4%, with three students receiving an OP2 and four students receiving an OP3.

Students have received their university offers and we are thrilled to learn that of all our students, who applied to university, 100% have received an offer.

Students have chosen their universities and courses diversely, ranging from Medicine, Nursing, Education, Law, Business and Science at James Cook University, QUT and UQ, to Arts at the University of Melbourne, Dentistry at Latrobe University and Visual Arts at the University of Wollongong.

Whitsunday Anglican School is committed to providing an excellent education for all students, providing the opportunity for each student to personalize their own learning pathways.

2016 Outstanding Achievements

Dux and School Captain, Hamza Ashraf –  awarded the TJ Ryan Memorial Medal –  10 awardees in Queensland – the most prestigious academic award in the state.

Year 12 Service Captain, Dana Stolp –  awarded The Peter Doherty Award for Excellence in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) – Outstanding Senior STEM Student Award –  13 awardees in Queensland.

Year 12 School Captain, Meghan Dansie –  2017 United Nations Youth Australia Young Diplomats Tour –  16 student diplomats in Australia.

Year 11 –  Jake Magro and Ryan Olsen – National finalists in the Information Technology – iAwards – 2 of 6 student finalists

Year 11 students, Aidan Bobby, Jessica Bowen and Saad Ashraf – 4th in the National Chemistry Titration Competition

Year 11 – Thomas Anderson, Jonas Drijver, Jake Magro, Nicholas McLaughlan, Tadiwa Mlambo, Ruturaj Vaidya, Steven Williams – 2nd at Optiminds State and National Finals

Year 8 – Pranav Praveen, Lulu Piperone, Hugh Arthur, Thomas Stolberg, Laura Tibbles – 2nd at Optiminds State Finals

Share this