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St Stephen’s School Year 12 students have embraced their leadership of the School in 2022, with pride and compassion. They have achieved impressive results in their ATAR exams, which is a testament to their hard work this year and throughout their schooling.

Thirty-two students achieved ATAR scores above 90, placing them in the top 10 per cent in the State – 13 of those scoring 95 and above. 

“These results are impressive and reflect not just the hard work, commitment and grit of our senior students this year, but through their whole schooling journey,” St Stephen’s School Principal Mrs Donella Beare said. “The resilience and adaptability students have developed, last year in particular, put them in good stead to tackle their final year of school with integrity and compassion, which will guide them further towards success.” 

Carramar student Blake Fletcher was the top performing student cross-campus, scoring a remarkable 98.8 while Joshua Sproule topped the Duncraig campus with 97.9. 

“This year’s ATAR results represent the students’ diligence along with the ongoing support and guidance provided by teachers and parents – thank you to all for helping our Class of 2022 find their path, passion and potential.” 

“A big congratulations to our Class of 2022 – you have been a wonderful cohort throughout your schooling; we will miss your friendly faces and conversations but wish you all the best for your future endeavours.” 

“We look forward to keeping in touch through the School’s alumni program and can’t wait to see where your path leads.”