Year 12 Academic Results

Year 12 Final Results

Congratulations to the 2016 senior students on their final academic results.  

In the 2016 cohort, 90 students elected to receive an OP and 89 of those received an OP 1 – 15 (98.88%).  Of those, over 75 per cent (68) achieved between an OP 1 and 10. Both these results are our highest for the past 8 years.

Six girls achieved an OP 1 or 2.  

The table below provides more detail about these results. 

Overall Positions 2016


St Margaret's Percentages

Numbers of Students

State Percentages



  OP 1 - 3






 OP 1 - 5






  OP 1 - 7






  OP 1 - 10






  OP 1 - 15






* An OP score, used for tertiary education admission, reflects a student’s rank order of overall achievement in Queensland. There are 25 OP scores, from the highest OP 1 to OP 25.

Queensland Core Skills Test Results (2016)
On the 2016 Queensland Core Skills Test, 60% of students were awarded an A or a B.  


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St Margaret’s remains committed to strong academic management and is pleased to report that 99.12% of our students were awarded a Queensland Certificate of Education.

We are proudly a multi-pathway school, and while we recognise our students who achieved such strong OPs, an excellent education incorporates both academic success and a focus on exposing young people to opportunity and broadening their horizons.

A number of our students chose an alternative pathway to tertiary education; this reflects the diversity of our student body and the school’s commitment to personalising each student’s learning pathway.

Twenty four students chose an alternative pathway, graduating with either a diploma level or certificate qualification in their final year. Some OP eligible students also chose to study a Diploma of Business or Project Management, with a total of 31 Year 12s graduating with one of these diplomas in 2016. 

Both our OP eligible and OP ineligible students had the opportunity to choose from 25 subjects, a variety of Certificate II and III courses and a number of Diplomas.

We would like to thank and acknowledge our dedicated teachers for their stewardship of our seniors throughout their St Margaret’s journey and also our parents who work in partnership with us during their daughter’s schooling.

We wish our graduating students of 2016 all the best as they work towards achieving their goals in the next part of their learning journey.

Ros Curtis
Principal - St Margaret's Anglican Girls School