da Vinci Decathlon 2019
Academic | Friday 14 June 2019
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Girls Grammar’s consistently strong academic results reflect the School’s positive learning environment and reinforce its reputation as one of Australia’s leading girls’ schools.
At Brisbane Girls Grammar School a broad-based, liberal education provides girls and young women with the foundations for future success.
The School is exceptionally proud of its students’ academic achievements and the valuable contributions our alumnae go on to make in their lives beyond School.
The School is academically non-selective (with places offered for Year 7 in strict date order), offers no scholarships and remains one of the few schools in Queensland whose entire Year 12 cohort is OP eligible.
The Australian National Assessment Program—Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) is standardised testing for all Australian students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. The achievements of Year 7 and Year 9 Grammar girls are recorded below.
NAPLAN results are one indicator of academic achievement and, combined with other forms of School-based assessment, contribute to a balanced view of students’ academic progress.
|Year 7||Year 9|
|Grammar and Punctuation||645||664|
|Year 7||Year 9|
|Grammar and Punctuation||100||100|
2018 Year 12 students attained impressive Queensland Core Skills (QCS) Test results. The girls’ ability to think for themselves and dedicated focus enabled them to perform exceptionally well.
*State percentages include all candidates in Queensland who sat the QCS Test. The 100.1 State percentage is due to QCAA rounding.
The 2018 Year 12 cohort achieved excellent Overall Position (OP) results, with more than 50 per cent of the cohort achieving a 1-5 OP result.