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Academic results

Churchie's class of 2019 achieved excellent academic results in a year that saw the final year of OP and the School's first graduating cohort of IB Diploma Programme.
 

OP results 2019

Results recorded across the three major OP bands:
 
  • 45% of eligible students achieved OP 1 to 5
  • 83% of eligible students achieved OP 1 to 10
  • 96% of eligible students achieved OP 1 to 15.

The School's highest-ever results were recorded in OP 1 to 3 (32.3%) and OP 1 to 10 (83%). Also, 39.1% achieved an A in the Queensland Core Skills Test. 
 

IB results 2019

  • 10% of eligible students achieved over 40 (ATAR 98+, OP 1 to 2 equivalent)
  • 24% of eligible students achieved over 37 (ATAR 95+, OP 1 to 3 equivalent)
  • 41% of eligible students achieved over 34 (ATAR 90+, OP 1 to 5 equivalent)
  • Average result of 33 (Australian average 34, world average 28.5)
  • Average result ATAR equivalent of 86.3
  • Churchie subject mean: 5.18 (world mean 4.54)
  • 100% of students completed the theory of knowledge (TOK), extended essay (EE) and creativity, action, service (CAS) components
  • 22 students received certificates of merit (maximum mark of 7 for a subject or an A for extended essay and/or for theory of knowledge.

The School commends the class of 2019 for their commitment to academic work, which is a testament to the dedication of our teachers and support of parents.

Academic results 2018

Churchie's class of 2018 attained 20 OP 1s, 20 OP 2s and 18 OP 3s. 
 
  • 21% achieved OP 1-2
  • 30% achieved OP 1-3
  • 43% achieved OP 1-5
  • 79% achieved OP 1-10
  • 97% achieved OP 1-15
  • 100% of graduates attained a Queensland Certificate of Education.

Read Academic Results 2018 for further information on the achievements of the class of 2018.
 

Academic results 2017

Churchie's class of 2017 students achieved 23 OP1s, 13 OP2s and 22 OP3s.
 
  • 48% achieved OP 1-5
  • 83% achieved OP 1-10
  • 96% achieved OP 1-15
  • 45% achieved an A in the Queensland Core Skills Test
  • 100% of graduates attained a Queensland Certificate of Education.

Read Academic Results 2017 for a comprehensive review of the academic year and acheivements. 

Academic results 2016

Churchie's class of 2016 achieved 26 OP1s, 13 OP2s and 15 OP3s. 
 
  • 46% achieved OP 1-5
  • 78% achieved OP 1-10
  • 97% achieved OP 1-15
  • 42% achieved an A on the Queensland Core Skills Test
  • 100% received a Queensland Certificate of Education

Read Academic Results 2016 for more achievements from the class of 2016.

Academic results 2015

Churchie's class of 2015 achieved 26 OP 1s (13%), 15 OP 2s and 20 OP 3s.

Other highlights include:
  • 44% achieved OP 1-5
  • 78% achieved OP 1-10
  • 98% achieved OP 1-15
  • 100% attained a Queensland Certificate of Education.

Read Academic Results 2015 to see the full breadth of achievements from the class of 2015.

Academic results 2014

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

  • 39% achieved OP 1-5
  • 72% achieved OP 1-10
  • 94% achieved OP 1-15
  • 70.7% achieved an A or B grade in the Queensland Core Skills Test (Churchie's highest-ever A/B percentage grade)
 
Australian Student Prize
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.