OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC RESULTS FOR 2022 YEAR 12 STUDENTS
The Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority (QCAA) and the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) results from the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) were released on the 16 December 2022.
Victoria Point State High School is proud to acknowledge Beau Skewes as the 2022 School Dux who was awarded an ATAR of 99.3. This outstanding achievement will be formally presented at this year's Leadership Badge Ceremony.
This cohort has upheld the school's tradition of 100% of students receiving a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE/QCIA) and demonstrates that Victoria Point State High School continues its commitment to ensuring our students can Learn, Think and Perform so that every student is succeeding.
The Year 12 cohort of 2022 are to be congratulated on their hard work, resilience and unwavering commitment to meeting their personal academic goals set in 2021.Regardless of the studies undertaken by students in this cohort, everyone has guaranteed a successful future as a result of their achievements.
Victoria Point State High School like to acknowledge its community of staff and parents who work together to challenge, support and encourage every student to have an educational purpose that will achieve the qualifications needed to realise their dreams.
Many of our Year 12 students have already accepted offers to university courses across studies of Society and Culture, Health, Creative Arts, Education, Management and Commerce, Information Technology, Natural and Physical Sciences, Engineering, Agriculture and Environment, Architecture and Building.
Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks (ATAR) are calculated and released Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). The decision for students to share their ATAR result with their school is optional and the school only has access to the individual ATARs of our Year 12 students where consent has been granted by those students when registering in the ATAR Portal. Of the 144 graduating students, 47 students were eligible for an ATAR and 37 granted permission.