Record breaking OP results
Record breaking OP results were being heralded across the state yesterday as thousands of ambitious youngsters now await university offers.
The Sunday Mail Revealed the first snapshot of how many of our major schools performed, with more than 18,000 Year 12 students receiving their highly anticipated results.
St Luke’s Anglican School’s OP 1-5 results were also the best in the history of the Bundaberg school, reaching 35.7 per cent.
From next year, final year students will receive an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR), in the biggest shake-up to the Queensland system since the OP was introduced in 1992.
Education Minister Grace Grace yesterday congratulated the 2019 cohort and welcomed the change to the new ATAR system.
“It’s exciting. We’re starting the new ATAR and the QCAA (Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority) have done an amazing job, not only preparing teachers and school leaders but students and parents and all of those involved in the new ATAR system,” she said.
St Luke's Anglican School Results
The OP 1 - 5 results were the best in the history of the School. The OP results were very strong across all categories.
- OP 1- 5 35.7%
- OP 1-10 74.9%