Yesterday we held our Scholars Assembly which honoured our top academic students from the 2018 NCEA and Scholarship exams.
A total of 116 boys passed NCEA with an Excellence endorsement, 44 in Level 1, 42 in Level 2 and 31 in Level 3. These boys were brought across stage to be acknowledged for their fantastic results. A list of all students who pass with an Excellence endorsement can be found on the Academic Achievement page on the website.
Multi Course Endorsements
The criteria for being awarded an Academic Excellence badge is as follows;
A course endorsed with Excellence at the NCEA level that corresponds to the student’s age is awarded 1 point.
A course endorsed with Merit at the NCEA level that is a year ahead of the student’s age is awarded 1 point.
A course endorsed with Excellence at the NCEA level that is a year ahead of the student’s age is awarded 2 points.
A total of four points in any given year is required to be awarded an Academic Excellence badge.
Results from the 2018 NCEA exams saw 26 boys from Years 11 and 12 receive their Academic Excellence badge for successfully achieving the criteria
Back Row: Harry Sipos, Alfred Metzler, George Miller, Aidan de Souza, Henry Turner, Xavier Silk, Ben Verhaaren, Jarrod Wallce
Middle Row: Liam Mobbs, Micah Steven, Joshua Curtis, Blake Nelson, Carlos Rojas, Julio Romero, Dominic Fernandes, Sam Wisniewski, Giovanni Rogers
Front Row: Finn Welham, Matthew Sutton, Lorenzo Borja, Eugene Odiaz, Sean Wade, Corbin Keane, John Dominic Alo, Fergus Harland
Absent: Ray Emata, Liam McGuire
Congratulations to our top scholars who sat and passed the following Scholarship exams. Of particular note are our three Year 12 students and Dux of 2018 Alasdair Tremlett, who gained four scholarships
2018 Scholarship Results
||Biology and Statistics
|Ray Emata (Y12)
||English and Chemistry
|Thomas Hall (Y12)
|Liam McGuire (Y12)
||English, Statistics, Calculus, History
||Accounting and Technology
Left to Right: Zaiden Henri, Adam Chappell, Thomas Hall, Liam McGuire, Wynton Downing and Alasdair Tremlett