Congratulations to the Chisholm 2022 Graduates. The diligence and perseverance shown by students in all aspects of school life has seen them achieve admirable results.
This Class of 2022 has made the College proud in their pursuit of achieving goals that will set them in good stead. Their remarkable effort pays tribute to parents and teachers who have played a vital role in supporting all students throughout their schooling.
We look forward to the contributions this cohort of students will make in society and wish them well for whatever venture they set their sights on.
Some noteworthy statistics include:
- 1 Subject Exhibition – the top eligible student obtaining the highest examination mark in an ATAR course
- Patrick Jong (Applied Information Technology ATAR)
- 2 Subject Certificate of Excellence – awarded to students who are in the top 0.5 per cent of candidates based on the examination mark
- Patrick Jong (Applied Information Technology ATAR) and
- Riya Aitwade (Human Biology ATAR)
- 99.2% of students achieved the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE)
[State WACE achievement: 91.3%]
- Median ATAR: 80.50
No. of students
90 – 99.95
80 – 89.99
70 – 79.99
- 168 Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications completed as Certificate II, III or IV
- 14 ATAR courses with scores above state average
- Over 97% of students wishing to pursue university studies have been offered a place
- 17 Certificates of Distinction
awarded to students who, in Years 11 and 12, achieve 190–200 points. (points accrued from A and B grades and VET equivalents)
- 43 Certificates of Merit
awarded to students who, in Years 11 and 12, achieve 150–189 points. (points accrued from A and B grades and VET equivalents)
- 15 525 Chisholm Care hours completed
- 7 739 Workplace hours completed.
Mr Rino Randazzo
Vice Principal – Teaching and Learning