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2018 OP Results
In 2018, Moreton Bay College continued to achieve very high academic results maintaining a long tradition of academic success. We congratulate our senior girls on their commitment and dedication to their studies, which is reflected in these results. We are very proud of your hard work and personal achievements.
We also extend our sincere appreciation to parents for your unwavering support in the pursuit of providing an outstanding experience for your daughters and your commitment to the partnership we have in working together to achieve student outcomes.
The table below highlights the performance of our Seniors of 2018:
We recognise and congratulate the following girls who are the College’s highest academic achievers in 2018:
|OP 1||Yathu Ketheesan, Georgia Tzannes, Willow Wilkes|
|OP 2||Sophie Bates, Mia Broedelet, Caitlin Cranitch, Eliza Domann, Phoebe Lavell|
|OP 3||Sapna Karunarathna, Lillian MacFarlane, Zoe Nicholson, Riley Pascall, Emma Stevenson, Caitlin Williamson, Lauren Wormald|
Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority data shows MBC has also performed well above the State percentage in QCS testing as indicated below:
|QCS A or B for MBC students||60.2%|
|QCS A or B for students of STATE||43.5%|
We are thrilled to report that 100% of our students have graduated with a Queensland Certificate of Education and either an OP or VET qualifications.
Achieving the best educational outcome for each individual student is always the main objective for MBC. Our educational pathways, therefore, acknowledge those students who participate in alternative study programmes to ensure their individual success and access to tertiary education.
Congratulations to all of the Senior students of 2018. You have our full support as you embark on the next stage of your journey.
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