We are delighted to share with you the 2022 results.
Once again, our students have achieved excellent results. There were 93 girls who applied for the ATAR this year. Of the cohort, 68% were placed in the top 10%, with 50% in the top 5% and 20% in the top 1% of Year 12 students nationally. The median ATAR achieved was 95.05.
The position of Dux is achieved by Olivia Tallent, who attained an ATAR of 99.95.
Olivia Tallent has also been selected for the highest accolade of the SACE, The Governor of South Australia Commendation Excellence Award for Meritorious Achievement, which recognises overall excellence in the SACE. As well, we are delighted that Anesha Rahman has been awarded a Governor of South Australia Commendation - Aboriginal Student SACE Excellence Award, which recognises students’ exceptional achievements whilst undertaking the SACE. These are outstanding accomplishments. The Governor of South Australia will present Olivia and Anesha’s awards on the stage as part of the formal SACE Merit Ceremony early in 2023.
SACE reported that in 2022, five students received merits in five of their subjects, while one student received merits in six subjects. We are pleased to advise that Olivia Tallent was the student who received six merits and Isabel Roberts received five merits.
Suneli Athukorala, Amolika Bhatia, Georgina Birchall, Annecy Cheung, Jacinta Chronowski-Wong, Harriet Craig, Hansika Gunawardane, Mia Jersmann, Emma Jolly, Madeleine Jose, Ellen Maiello, Annabel Manifold, Trishna Ramkumar, Isabel Roberts, Olivia Tallent, Amelia Vlahakis, Isabelle Yu, Adeena Zafar and Chengcheng Zheng all gained an ATAR of 99 or more.
Alana-May Baggio, Evie Basham, Chenuli Basnayake, Imogen Beadman, Georgina Birchall, Georgia Brown, Mia Cardone, Annecy Cheung, Jacinta Chronowski-Wong, Jessica Craig, Harriet Craig, Stephanie Davidson, Nuhaa Hasan, Diya Gowda, Rashi Gupta, Zara Hoadley, Mia Jersmann, Emma Jolly, Madeleine Jose, Allegra Kleinig, Ava Lange, Eva Leathart, Annabel Manifold, Harriet Marshman, Annabel McConnel, Tessa Moloney, Devika Mukherjee, Catherine Portolesi, Amelie Rawes-Ryan, Isabel Roberts, Isabella Rosser, Olivia Scamoni, Jessica Schultz, Olivia Tallent, Charlotte Thomas, Ashley Tran, Jessica Truman, Emily Venning, Nicole Webb, Ziyu Xie, Isabelle Yu and Adeena Zafar all gained one or more merits.
There were 53 merit listings in:
- Activating Identities and Futures
- English Literary Studies
- General Mathematics
- Legal Studies
- Mathematical Methods
- Modern History
- Physical Education
- Research Project B
- Workplace Practices.
These are wonderful results and our students can be justifiably proud, as can their teachers.