LEARNING School Performance

Prescott College staff are extremely proud of the outstanding personal and group academic efforts of the 2015 graduating cohort. We would like to congratulate Amy Dohrmann with her achievement of College Dux, with an ATAR of 99.1. We are also proud to report that 27 of 28 students achieved their SACE.

 

A summary of the final SACE (South Australian Certificate of Education) for the 2015 Graduating Cohort

 

•   19% of students achieved an ATAR of 95 or above.

•   30% of students achieved an ATAR of 90 or above.

•   37% of students achieved an ATAR of 80 or above.

•   21% of students achieved A and B grades within all SACE Stage 2 subjects studied.

•   26% of students received an A grade within a SACE Stage 2 subject.

 

Stage 2 School Subject Results – by Grade Distribution

The following report provides a grade distribution for Prescott College in comparison to the state of South Australia. Results were calculated using the grades of all enrolments which were awarded a result in all graded subjects for the year of 2015.

The graph below has been provided by SACE, and describes Prescott College’s grade distribution in comparison to other schools.

Prescott College Grade Band Comparison for Previous Years

A Grade 

B Grade 

C Grade 

D Grade 

E Grade 

2013

21% 46% 26% 6% 1%

2014

11% 48% 36% 5% 0%

2015

26% 38% 31% 8% 0.6%

 

Conclusion

While Prescott College loves to see strong academic results, we do not only focus on academic results. We focus on developing learning dispositions of lifelong and successful learners. Academic results are only part of the education which Prescott College offers to each student. Social, emotional, physical, and importantly, spiritual focuses are strongly integrated into the curriculum, which we believe contributes positively to our strong academic results in every graduating cohort.