Our Year 12 students achieved many excellent results. Congratulations to Emmaline Barbetti who scored an ATAR of 97.35 reaffirming her award as Dux of Bunbury Catholic College for 2021. Twelve students achieved an ATAR above 90 and of these students there were seven students with an ATAR above 95. A number of our students were recognised for their outstanding achievement by the School Standards and Curriculum Authority (SCSA), with five students being awarded a Certificate of Distinction and 10 students being awarded a Certificate of Merit.
Of the 89 Year 12 students who completed Year 12, the WACE Graduation rate for Bunbury Catholic College was 97.75%. The Median ATAR of Bunbury Catholic College was 83.6, placing our College equal 42nd in the ranked list of the Top 50 ATAR median scores from all secondary schools in WA for 2021. Being ranked among the Top 50 schools based on the Median ATAR and being among the Top 5 WA Country Schools (based on the Median ATAR) in WA is very rewarding and well deserved for our students and staff.
Our College ATAR courses that achieved a mean higher than the State mean were:
Accounting & Finance, Biology, Earth and Environmental Science, Economics, English, Human Biology, Modern History, Literature, Mathematics Applications, Mathematics Methods, Mathematics Specialist, Psychology, Religion and Life and Visual Art.
In addition, Bunbury Catholic College was listed among the highest performing schools (for courses which had Year 12 ATAR course combined scores in the top 15% of all students in the course) for English and Mathematics Applications.
Students achieving 95+ ATAR Results
Students achieving 90+ ATAR Results
School Standards and Curriculum Authority (SCSA) Awards
Certificates of Distinction
Certificates of Distinction are awarded to each eligible student who, in their last three consecutive years of senior secondary school WACE enrolment, accumulates 190-200 points. Congratulations are extended to;
Certificates of Merit
Certificates of Merit are awarded to each eligible student who, in their last three consecutive years of senior secondary school WACE enrolment, accumulates 150-189 points. Congratulations are extended to;