St Stephen’s School Year 12 students have topped off a stellar academic year with 19 students achieving ATAR scores above 95.
This result sees the students ranked inside the top five per cent academic performers in the state – an outstanding achievement, according to St Stephen’s School Principal Mrs Donella Beare.
Jasmine King was the top performing student for both the Duncraig campus and whole school, scoring a remarkable 99.35.
Harrison Hyde scored an ATAR of 99, topping the list of Carramar students.
St Stephen’s School Head of SecondaryCarramar Brett Roberts said the results were outstanding.
“Our students continue to amaze us in all areas of learning, and these results are proof of how hard the Year 12s have worked in 2017,” Mr Roberts said.
“Congratulations to all – your hard work and dedication has truly paid off and has further set you up for a brilliant future.”
St Stephen’s School Head of Secondary Duncraig Bruce Titlestad said the results were a terrific result for the students and the entire St Stephen’s School community.
“This year’s ATAR results reflect not only the outstanding effort of students, but the ongoing support and guidance provided by teachers and parents. We congratulate our community on another wonderful year of learning.”
Mrs Beare said the St Stephen’s School 2017 cohort will be remembered for their dedication and will always have a special place as alumni of St Stephen’s School.
“We congratulate the Class of 2017 and wish them well in their future endeavours. Though they are beginning their next chapter beyond the walls of St Stephen’s School, they will always remain an integral part of our community.”