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Academic results

Churchie students consistently achieve excellent academic results. Since 2019, the School offers students a choice between between 2 academic pathways: Queensland Certificate of Education or the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme. We look forward to sharing the achievements of our Year 12 students on this page.


Academic results 2021

Churchie's Class of 2021 achieved some excellent results, and the Churchie community commends them on their success. The School also acknowledges teachers and parents for their dedication, support and encouragement.

In summary:

  • Two QCE Churchie students achieved the maximum possible ATAR of 99.95. They are two of only 32 students in Queensland to achieve this result.
  • The top International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme score was 43 from a maximum of 45, equivalent to an ATAR of 99.45.
  • Several students were awarded university scholarships, including three University of Queensland Ramsay Scholarships.
 
  QCE results 2021 IB results 2021
99+ ATAR (IB score of 42+) 8% 19%
98+ ATAR (IB score of 41+) 13% 26%
95+ ATAR (IB score of 37+) 26% 67%
90+ ATAR (IB score of 34+) 44% 85%
 

Overall, 50% of the 2021 QCE/IB cohort achieved an ATAR over 90.00.

Churchie’s Class of 2021 IB cohort achieved an average IB score of 37 (equivalent to an ATAR of 95.2). For comparison, the world average is 32.

The School also acknowledges the success of students who completed vocational subjects including Diploma of Business and Certificate IV qualifications.

Combined, 100% of Churchie students received the Queensland Certificate of Education, which requires several academic benchmarks to be achieved.

The School’s Academic Results publication celebrates the achievements of our graduating class each year, including many individual stories of success. This document is published after our Celebration Assembly in February. Previous issues are available below.

Please note the above ATAR information is based on a total of 93% of all IB and QCE students. QCE students are required to give QTAC permission for their ATAR to be shared with their school, whereas ATAR equivalent results (as calculated by The Australasian Conference of Tertiary Admissions Centre) are applied to all IB scores.

Results from previous years
Academic Results 2021
Academic Results 2020
Academic Results 2019
Academic Results 2018
Academic Results 2017 
Academic Results 2016 
Academic Results 2015

Words of wisdom from 2020 scholars

As our top scholars returned to school for the 2020 Academic Celebration Assembly, we asked them to reflect on their success. Watch the video below to find out what helped them stay focused, which study practices were find most useful and how they balanced their many commitments.