Academic Results

We are a community that comes together for the purpose of serious study

Our girls consistently achieve formidable results in the HSC and IB Diploma, reflecting the quality of teaching and deep culture of learning at Queenwood.

This is a reflection of the quality of teaching and deep culture of learning at Queenwood. We are academically non-selective and yet our results reliably place us in the top few such schools in the State.

We are academically non-selective and yet our results reliably place us in the top few such schools in the State.

We congratulate those who have achieved outstanding results as judged against their peers, and equally those who have achieved outstanding results as judged against themselves. Our students gain entry to a wide range of courses at universities and institutions in Australia and overseas, and examinations are important as a passport to further inspiring possibilities. Our Year in Review 2019 will be published on this page in mid-January. 
 

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In 2019 from a cohort of 97 IB & HSC students:

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GEORGIA MENTZINES  

ATAR 99.85
HEAD PREFECT 2019


Throughout my time at Queenwood I was constantly encouraged by the school community to take advantage of the opportunities provided to me. Over the past two years as an IB student, I have particularly discovered a newfound ability to embrace a wide range of perspectives in order to increase my own sense of social consciousness and learn more about the reasoning behind our ways of thinking. In addition, I was able to maintain balance through CAS by participating in the school’s rowing program which taught me the importance of perseverance and allowed me to prioritize my wellbeing throughout the two year journey. I was able to form connections between each subject I studied and the world around me which has allowed me to become more of a globally-minded individual. I am hoping to use these unique learning experiences in combination with my interest in visual arts and maths to study a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Melbourne.

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rebecca du 


ATAR 98.2 
ENCORE EXEMPLARY MUSIC 2 ESSAY



During my time at Queenwood, music was consistently my favourite subject as performing and composing have been a passion of mine since a young age. However, in the last two years I have developed an immense interest in mathematics and economics. Economics combines theoretical knowledge with real-life events which has sparked my interest in domestic and international affairs, such as global macroeconomic and microeconomic policies. For three years, I participated in debating which allowed me to enhance my public speaking ability and develop my argumentative voice. I was also in orchestra, which aided my ability to sight-read music, as well as learn how to work with other instruments as a solo piano player. Next year, I hope to study Economics and Law at UNSW.

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