OH WHAT A YEAR!
Every graduating cohort has its distinctive features. The class of 2022 will be remembered as a tight-knit group of young women who embraced the full gamut of school life.
Fun, down to earth, intelligent and willing to give things a try, these girls have exemplified the Glennie values and nurtured a strong sense of unity, solidarity and community. With no opportunity spared, this cohort found the right balance between co- curricular pursuits and academic focus. Throughout their senior studies, over two thirds of the year level represented the School in either the arts or sport. 81% of students achieving an ATAR of 90 or above represented the School in both sport and the arts, demonstrating the value that Glennie places on a well-rounded education. High-level learning goes beyond the classroom. Of the ATAR eligible students, 56% achieved an ATAR above 85; 36% above 90; 14% above 95 and 2 students achieved an ATAR of 99 and above, with the Dux achieving a remarkable 99.75. While we rightly applaud these exceptional ATAR results, it should be noted that a high tertiary admission rank is just one objective on the success criteria of modern day graduates, and for many, it is irrelevant to their post-school pathway. In a volatile and complex world where jobs are changing at a rapid rate, it is increasingly the skills, capabilities and dispositions of graduates that open
schools in Queensland ● Isabella Shelton received perfect scores in the French, French Extension, English, and Literature Extension external examinations. ● K risten Davies and Zoe Dann received the exceptional overall result of 99/100 in Music. ● C helsea Armstrong received a Silver Award in the National History Challenge. ● In the BEAQ Accounting Challenge, Sophie Wu was one of only five awardees from a pool of 271 participants, receiving a Highly Commended. ● S arah Park participated in the Queensland Youth Parliament held at Parliament House, Brisbane. ● C hloe Hatton was awarded the Qld Training Awards Darling Downs South West - School-Based Trainee of the Year, and was the Queensland Training Awards State Finalist - School-Based Trainee of the Year. ● D arci Lawson was a finalist in the Queensland Tourism Industry Council - Salute to Excellence Awards. As a prize, she was selected to attend a three-day work experience program at the Royal Pines Resort.
the gates to further education and career opportunities. Employers want individuals who can problem solve, communicate effectively, adapt to change, and be resolute and resilient under stress. To this end, the Glennie education acknowledges the importance of character education and a strong Vocational Education and Training (VET) program to complement traditional tuition. Every student needs to be at the centre of their learning and each one is different. It is our hope that Glennie graduates leave with confidence in their learning and confidence in themselves. Congratulations to the class of 2022. Your futures are bright and you have positioned yourselves well for future success. Cohort Highlights ● 2 students received an ATAR above 99 ● D ux 99.75 ● P roxime Accessit 99.50 ● 5 6% students achieved an ATAR above 85, compared with 15% across Qld ● 3 6% students achieved an ATAR above 90, compared with 10% across Qld ● 1 4% students achieved an ATAR above 95, compared with 5% across
Mrs Crystal Hede Director of Teaching and Innovation
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