Year 12 IB Results 2019

11 January 2020

I am delighted to provide an update to the Year 12 IB Results 2019, detailed below. Following a successful re-mark of his Theory of Knowledge component, Marlon Kha was awarded the maximum 3 points for the IB Diploma core, bringing his overall IB score to the maximum 45 points and an ATAR of 99.95. Congratulations, Marlon!

Luke Thomson

3 January 2020

The International Baccalaureate Diploma 2019 results have been released and I am proud to share with you the achievements of our Year 12 IB students.

IB was a popular choice for our Year 12 cohort with 70 students receiving their IB Diploma today and a further 28 SACE students receiving results for an IB subject studied. We will further analyse the combined results of our IB and SACE student cohorts and look forward to communicating these to you in February in our Excellence and Leadership publication once all results are final (the nature of the IB means that remarking could occur).

For now, these are the highlights from IB results received today:

  • Catherine Lloyd achieved a perfect result of 45 (ATAR 99.95), including six subject merits (scoring of 7 out of 7) in English, French and History at Standard Level and Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics at Higher Level – as well as an A for both her Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge subject component. We heartily congratulate Catherine on this significant achievement.
  • Marlon Kha and Jai Paris each achieved a result of 44 (ATAR 99.85), and Edward Wheaton a result of 43 (ATAR 99.60). Well done to Marlon, Jai and Edward for these admirable results.
  • From IB Diploma results received today: 6 students received an ATAR ranking in the top 1% nationally, 31 students received an ATAR ranking in the top 5% nationally and 46 students received an ATAR ranking in the top 10% nationally. Further, the ATAR results for the SACE students who studied an IB subject are expected to improve based on their strong subject results received today.
  • 67 subject merits (7 out of 7) were awarded to our students overall with 12 students receiving multiple merits each and 2 students (Catherine Lloyd and Marlon Kha) receiving a full six subject merits.

Final percentage comparison with national results and university course destinations will be provided once our Year 12 results are complete and university offers known.

I congratulate all our students who were awarded their IB Diploma today and our SACE students who have now, with their IB results, achieved completion. Congratulations also to our teachers whose subject expertise, passion and deep interest in our students’ learning is very much appreciated. Finally, to our IB students’ families and friends who have supported our students in their IB journey – thank you.

Luke Thomson