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Queensland's top schools have been revealed, with students from private and government schools across the state achieving stellar success.

The full 2018 Year 12 results of more than 500 Queensland schools are unveiled today by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority, including how many of their students achieved the top OP bracket of between 1 and 5.

Redeemer Lutheran College Ranked 38th across the state, with one third (33.33%) of our students from the graduating class of 2018 achieving an OP1-5*.

Redeemer has a proud track record of high academic achievements exceeding the state average and 2018 was no exception with: 

  • 11% of our students achieving an OP1 or OP2. This is Redeemer’s highest percentage over the last 10 years. (State average is 7%).
  • 10 students have achieved an OP between 1 and 3. (2 x OP1, 5 x OP2, 3 x OP3).
  • One third of our students (33.3%) received an OP between 1 and 5 in 2018. (State average 22%)
  • 100% of Redeemer students were eligible in accessing an OP with no students excluded.  (Only 50% of students across the State are eligible). 

While the majority of our students proceed directly to university, alternative pathways are also supported through TAFE with students and traineeships offered in the Senior Years. We acknowledges that the OP system is just one way for students to access their pathway in life. It is neither a measure of a person’s worth nor a guarantee of life success. We congratulate all of our graduating students from the class of 2018, and continue to ask God’s Blessings for their future journey in 2019 and beyond.

Class of 2018 Snapshot:

  • 100% of students received a QCE / VET / SAT Qualification
  • 1/3 of students received a VET Qualification
  • 1/3 of OP eligible students received an OP 1-5

Our OP 1-3 Students are pursuing further study across:

  • Law
  • Medicine 
  • Business Management
  • The Arts (Dance)
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Health (Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Psychology)

Source: The Sunday Mail, Sunday 17 February 2019

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