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The 2021 Dux of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is Annabelle Rajasingham of Warragul who received an ATAR of 98.8. Close behind were: Tanvi Atla of Warragul on 98.75, Daniel Gallagher of Warragul on 97.25, Tahlia Pemberton of Warragul on 97.1 and Isabella Watts of Tyers on 97.05.
Other very high achievers included: Caitlin Davis of Moe on 96.3, Amity Jackson of Traralgon and Amy Zhou of Warragul both on 95.95 and Alessio Fenech of Traralgon on 95.4.
The School is incredibly proud of the way our class of 2021 has managed the complexities of the last two COVID years. While hardly an ideal way to finish their formal schooling, their focused approach to their studies never wavered and they managed online learning, internet reliability issues and personal circumstances with maturity and good humour.
In all 23% of students achieved an ATAR over 90 and 61% of students achieved an ATAR over 70.
The percentage of students who achieved an ATAR of over 80 was 39%, placing them in the top 20% of the state. 91% of students achieved an ATAR over 50. The fact that St Paul’s does not stream students out of Year 12, or offer a VCAL stream, means that these results are truly indicative of the quality environment of learning and teaching that St Paul’s offers.
This year’s cohort have a variety of plans for the immediate future from tertiary study to work and defence force entry to traineeships.
The school is incredibly proud of the class of 2021 and wish them the very best as they continue to pursue their potential.
The 2022 Dux of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is Xavier Haberl of Traralgon who received an ATAR of 99.5.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School recently celebrated the new facilities at the Warragul Junior School with an official opening and dedication.
Three local Year 10 students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School were recently offered and have accepted a place in the Monash Scholars Class of 2022 to 2024.
Over 400 educators, allied health professionals and parents were welcomed when St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School opened its doors recently for the Sharing Best Practice Gippsland conference.
Forty years ago, local families founded St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School, and in the decades since, the school has amassed a rich history and a collection of remarkable stories.
The St Paul’s Academy of Music at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is poised to launch an exciting new opportunity with the formation of the St Paul’s Academy of Music Pipes and Drums.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School students recently took to the stage to showcase their talents live to a community audience at the West Gippsland Arts Centre.
The value of giving back to the community is instilled in students at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School, and students evidenced that recently by collecting 1,818 cans for the 2022 Rotary Club of Traralgon’s ‘Give A Damn Give A Can’ appeal.
Several shades of blue were visible around St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Warragul Campus recently during “Wear Something Blue – Huntington’s Awareness Day.”
Sydelle Isaacs is embracing her girl power and grasping opportunities to learn more in her quest to broaden her knowledge in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) related fields.