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Today we received the IB results for our 2018 cohort, which were again extremely strong. We are now able to aggregate the VCE and IB results to share a complete picture of the Class of 2018 and the great progress made by all our VCE and IB students.

These results particularly reflect the hard work of our students and the support and excellent teaching provided here at Tintern Grammar. Below is a brief summary of our IB and aggregated results.

Tintern Grammar IB Dux and Overall Dux
Daniella Cosentino with a top score of 44 (ATAR conversion 99.85)

Tintern Grammar VCE Dux
Gavin Choong, ATAR 99.10

Tintern Grammar International Dux
Maria Ruan, 97.80

2018 IB Results:

ATAR Achieved% of students at this ranking or above
99+21 (2017 – 24)
98+37 (2017 – 32)
95+69 (2017 – 44)
90+95 (2017 – 60)

Median Tintern Grammar IB ATAR: 96.23

2018 Aggregated IB and VCE Results:

  • 29% of our Year 12 students were in the top 5% of Australia
  • 40% of our Year 12 students were in the top 10% of Australia
  • Over half our students achieved an ATAR over 80
ATAR Achieved% of students at this ranking or above
99+6.49 (2017 – 6.74)
95+28.57 (2017 – 15.73)
90+40.26 (2017 – 22.47)
85+46.75 (2017 – 37.08)

Median Tintern Grammar ATAR: 80.58

I am sure you will agree that our students and the School community can be extremely proud of these results. The whole school community joins with family and friends of our 2018 graduates in congratulating all our students and wishing them our best for the exciting adventures that await them.

Whilst these statistics certainly indicate good academic outcomes for the School, an education at Tintern Grammar is also importantly about the care and support of each individual child in preparation for their lifelong learning. Every child’s educational journey and career aspirations vary and we look forward to learning more about our newest alumni in the years to come.

by Bradley Fry, Principal