The 2015 cohort achieved excellent results with 100% of students receiving a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE), Vocational Education and Training qualifications (VET) or are completing a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship (SAT). In terms of OP scores, the college has obtained impressive results with eleven students (26%) achieving scores between 1 and 5 and 91% of the OP-eligible students gaining scores from 1 to 15.
While all students are to be commended for their efforts in achieving results commensurate with their application, the St Stephen’s community would like to congratulate William Snell and Mark Wilcox for their excellent outcomes in achieving OP scores of 1 and 2 respectively. William Snell was the College Dux for 2015, receiving the subject prizes for five out of his six subjects. Not only have the more academically-inclined students done well, but those who chose a vocational pathway are also to be praised for their efforts in combining study with their traineeships and apprenticeships. They have demonstrated commitment, effective time management and pride in their achievement.
Principal of St Stephen’s Catholic College, Mrs Ida Pinese is pleased with the high level of achievement. “We are very proud of the 2015 cohort, as we have been of past seniors, and congratulate all students for their positive attitude to their studies which has enabled them to attain these excellent results, and thank our teachers and parents for the significant role they played in providing support to our students to achieve their personal best,” she said.