Achieving exceptional results

Back: Principal Mr Andy Muller, Ciellci Canty, Alexander Calvert, Lachlan Hinds, George Coe, Sophie Lawrence, Deputy Principal Mrs Kate Croft. Front: Grace Badcock, YaYa Mackeddie, James Edmunds, Eloise Bennett, Connor Cooper, William Foster, Thomas Rehrmann, Max Neville. Absent: Alexis Duddridge, Danielle Pedersen.

The Year 12 cohort of 2017 have left an indelible impression on the College and their peers.

Their energy and enthusiasm to be involved in the broader life of the College has been an inspiration to the younger students and something for them to strive to emulate. As a year group, their sense of compassion, willingness to give of their best and the pride they display for the College have been their trademarks throughout their time at Scotch Oakburn. It is not surprising that, as a cohort, they have achieved an outstanding set of TCE results.

Whilst we recognise individual excellence, the best measure of the learning environment created by our teachers and students is the median Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) for the Year Group.

This year it is 90.55, which indicates that 50% of our Year 12 students were placed in the top 9.5% of students nationally.

  • 24% of students achieved an ATAR of 95 or greater
  • 53% of students achieved an ATAR of 90 or greater
  • 81% of students achieved an ATAR of 80 or greater
  • 15 of our students were ranked in the top 100 students in Tasmania (pictured).

Scotch Oakburn College congratulates our Year 12 students of 2017, who have achieved brilliantly in so many areas, including their studies.

View more details on Year 12 overall achievements by clicking on the image link below.

Andy Müller
Principal