"We are very proud of the achievements of every single one of our 2019 Glennie seniors and we congratulate them on their successful finish to Year 12. We had three students achieve an OP1, congratulations Ekene, Sofie and Thedini.
"Our girls have performed better than the state average for females in every OP rank this year.
"Glennie girls have been well supported by our first-class teachers and our excellent careers and vocational education and training staff," said Ms Tonia Gloudemans, Deputy Principal - Head of Curriculum at Glennie.
An impressive 7 students have gained entry into medicine and a massive 37% of girls chose a health pathway. Other students pursuing law, education, music, design, engineering, science, agriculture, IT, criminology and business. Each student has worked hard to establish a pathway through academic results, OP scores, traineeships and certificate qualifications with exciting prospects ahead.
"The Glennie Year 12 students accomplished unprecedented academic results in 2019 through hard work and acquiring new skills. By trying new things, they are all now embracing future opportunities to find their passion," said Principal, Mr Peter Crawley.
OP 1-5: 26.92% of eligible students
OP 1-10: 59.61% of eligible students
OP 1-15: 96.15% of eligible students
69 students completed a VET course with 63 Cert Is, 6 Cert IIs and 34 Cert IIIs
10 students completed a university subject whilst at school
83% of girls received either an early entry offer or their first preference
93% of girls received either an early entry offer or the first or second preference
37% of girls are going into a health pathway
12% of our cohort received a medicine offer
63 Certificate I
6 Certificate II
34 Certificate III