Academic Results

The provision of a holistic education is a key focus at St Patrick’s College. To do this, the development of a passion for lifelong learning becomes a focus for each student.  This includes the development and growth of the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical and cultural dimensions of our young men’s lives. Our graduating class of 2020 were a fine example of this philosophy. Many of last year's senior students who undertook our VET pathway have continued with traineeships, apprenticeships or started full-time employment. The courses, skills and competencies they completed during their senior years will be most beneficial to them in their future years.

2020 ATAR SUMMARY

  • 99.60 - Highest ATAR awarded to our 2020 College Dux (Connor Stewart)
  • ≥ 99.00 3.2% (Connor Stewart, Connor Andersen, Henry Swan & Mitchell Bell)
  • ≥ 95.00 - 12%
  • ≥ 90.00 - 28.8%
  •  ≥ 65.50 - 90.4%
  •  85.00 - Median ATAR
  •  76% of subjects had a median grade of A or B

2020 QUALIFICATION SUMMARY

  • Diploma - 1
  • Certificate III - 56
  • Certificate II - 92
  • Certificate I - 88
  • Traineeships/Apprenticeships - 19

2020 STUDENTS WITH 100% IN EA

  • Drama - 1 (Samuel Connolly)
  • English - 2 (Henry Swan and Brandon Townshend)
  • Music Extension (Performance) - 1 (Angus Beeney) 100/100
  • QCE Eligibility: 95.4 %
  • Number of Scholarships Awarded: 4

Explore our full 2020 Year 12 Results here

The NAPLAN results for our Year 5, 7 and 9 students are consistently well above average. An average of 98% of our students are at or above the National Minimum Standards across all the categories.

Please note, due to Covid-19 the most recent NAPLAN data is from 2019.

Explore our NAPLAN results for Years 5, 7 and 9