Posted on 06 February 2018
Ormiston College is delighted to share the academic results of the 2017 Year 12 Graduates, who will now progress to tertiary education on an exciting journey towards their future careers.
Seven graduates were awarded the State’s highest Overall Position score, an OP1. The College warmly congratulates those students: Huiran (Lisa) Ban, Thomas Dowse, Anika Green, Curtis Luxton, Lachlan McDonald, Sarah Naulls and Vishwa Pakeerathan.
Congratulations also to eight graduates who achieved an OP2: Jake Bennison, Sophie Gray, Sean Hall, Jared Marot, Madeleine Megg, Annick Myburgh, Emily Pearson and Kali Roche.
Further congratulations to six graduates among our highest achievers with an OP3: Zoe Engeman, Chiara Gay, Jack Greer, Anna Mitchell, Natalie Sajko and Yuanchen Wang.
An outstanding 34% of graduates achieved an OP of five or better; 72% achieved an OP of 10 or better and 95% of the 123 graduates achieved an OP score of 15 or better. A remarkable and well-earned result for the Class of 2017.
The Headmaster, Brett Webster, was extremely proud of the impressive outcome of the 2017 cohort. He thanked College staff for the important part they had played in supporting, educating and providing care to the students over the years. Many of whom were Medallion Students, having spent their entire education at the College; others had commenced in Secondary School. All had acquired a great work ethic, the OC school spirit plus a lifetime of happy memories, providing them with confidence to face the global challenges of tomorrow.