Brisbane Secondary School Results | OP/ATAR scores in Grade 12
If you are interested in finding out about Brisbane secondary school year 12 results based on OP results, then we’ve got the most up to date information right here.
Brisbane Secondary School Results using OP data
To be updated with 2018 OP results VERY SOON – bookmark this page to come back to see how the cards fell after the 2018 results were released!
Secondary school ranking for Brisbane in 2017 is now available using OP results eg Year 12 results gained in 2017. The rankings for Brisbane schools are extracted from Year 12 OP results. Of course, pure academic results don’t tell the whole story about what makes a secondary school great. Kids get so much more from school than simple academics, so if your school of choice isnt at the top of the leaderboard for these results, it doesnt mean that it isnt a great place to send your child. These are the stats for you to draw your own conclusions. This secondary school OP results table is a guide for parents but it’s NOT the be all and end all of choosing the right school for your child. They were drawn from the Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority.
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Best Secondary School Academic Results in Brisbane
The following list is the schools that received the highest percentage of OP scores 1-5 from their cohort.
- The Springfield Anglican College
- Brisbane Grammar School
- Queensland Academy for Health & Sciences
- Brisbane State High
- Queensland Acadmey for Science, Maths & Technology
- St Joseph’s College Gregory Terrace
- Anglican Church Grammar
- Brisbane Girls Grammar
- Queensland Academies for Creative Industries
- Brisbane Boys College
- All Hallows School
- St Aidan Anglican Girls School, Corinda
- St Peter’s Lutheran College, Indooroopilly
- Somerville House, South Brisbane
- Ipswich Girls Grammar
- St John’s Anglican, Forest Lake
- Mt St Michael’s College, Ashgrove
- Cannon Hill Anglican College
- Moreton Bay College
- Ormiston College
- Northside Christian
- Brisbane School of Distance Education
- The Gap State High School
- West Moreton Anglican, Karrabin
- Hillbrook Anglican, Enoggera
- Marist College, Ashgrove
- Ipswich Grammar
- Citipointe Christian College, Carindale
- Mansfield State High School
- St Joseph’s Nudgee College
- Kedron State High
- Cavendish Road State High
- Sheldon College
- Kenmore State High
- St Patricks, Shorncliffe
- Stuartholme School, Toowong
- Lourdes Hill College, Hawthorne
- St Rita’s College, Clayfield
- Mueller College, Rothwell
- Brisbane Christian College, Salisbury
- Northpine Christian College, Dakabin
- St Paul’s School, Bald Hills
- Padua College, Kedron
- St Laurances College, South Brisbane
- Narangba Valley State High School
- Clayfield College
- Wynnum State High School
- St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School, Ascot
- Kelvin Grove State College
- Forest Lake State High School
Catchment, School Reviews and other Brisbane school information
Many state primary and secondary schools in Brisbane have a catchment limitation. This means that if you’re not in the area, you’re not in the school! Learn more about primary & secondary school catchments here. Families Magazine also provides Parent Fact Sheets on top schools in the Brisbane area which give an overview of many primary and secondary schools – visit our schools & education articles to find all the information you need when considering a school for your child. If you’re considering a school that doesn’t have a factsheet, please comment below – we’ll get right on it!
Again, just because these are the top performing secondary schools in Brisbane, doesn’t mean that your secondary school isn’t a wonderful match for your child! Secondary school rankings only rate one area of school life! At Families Magazine, we believe that education is a life long journey, not a test result!
Phasing Out the OP Score in Queensland
Did you know? The Queensland Government has delayed its phasing out OP Scores. Now the new system will begin with students entering Year 11 in 2019, not 2018 as previously planned. In 2019 the Queensland Government will introduce new senior assessment and tertiary entrance systems.
Find out about how the new system will affect your child by reading our detailed article here.