Five students from Canterbury College have received OP 1 scores for 2016.
Students from year 12 cohorts around Queensland received their scores on December 17.
21 per cent of Canterbury students scored between 1 and 5, with 81 per cent of the cohort scoring OPs from 1 to 15.
Head of College Mrs Donna Anderson said this was an excellent result and one which was reflective of a hardworking and committed cohort of students with a diverse range of talents.
“An OP of between 1 and 15 means that these students are able to pursue their university pathways – congratulations to them, and also to our dedicated staff who work so hard with each student to make sure they are able to pursue their ambitions,” she said.
“Our students also received many other accolades in their final year of schooling, with many of them embarking upon apprenticeships, certificate courses and even university courses while studying at Canterbury.
“At Canterbury, we are proud to offer personalised pathways through industry and tertiary partnerships, to ensure our graduating students have clear goals and a head-start in achieving those goals.
“As always, I look forward to hearing about the great things I am sure our class of 2016 will achieve in their future.”
Do you have any year 12 academic or sporting success stories to share with us? Email email@example.com with the subject ‘Year 12 success’.
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