2018 WACE Results

Kennedy Baptist College class of 2018 produced some impressive results in their Year 12 WACE exams. Congratulations to our College Dux and head boy, Callum Peterson who achieved the highest ATAR score for the College, closely followed by Ethan Tan.

Kennedy Baptist College had 14 students (12%) achieve an ATAR score over 95, an excellent effort.
Congratulations to the following students:

  • Callum Peterson
  • Ethan Tan
  • Jayden Ng
  • Matthew Patman
  • Joseph Petrus-Kasim
  • Jordan Scanlan
  • Mitch Thomas
  • Ignatius Yap
  • Quin Lin Charlene Lee
  • Samuel Herbert
  • Lochlann Downey
  • Phoebe Dibben
  • Kathryn Hill
  • Amrit Puarr

Nine of our Kennedy students received a Certificate of Distinction:

  • Lochlann Downey
  • Isabella Gervo
  • Dane Johnston
  • Callum Peterson
  • Joseph Petrus-Kasim
  • Amrit Puarr
  • Jordan Scanlan
  • Mitch Thomas
  • Ignatius Yap

24 students received a Certificate of Merit:

  • Brandon Bailey
  • Not For Publication
  • Phoebe Dibbin
  • Giverny Dodds
  • Not For Publication
  • Sally Foster
  • Jessica Gee
  • Tara Godin
  • Kayleigh Hawke
  • Sky Healey
  • Samuel Herbert
  • Kathryn Hill
  • Zhi Min Koo
  • Taylah Mcdonald
  • Kristen Mcfaull
  • Chelsea Moulden
  • Jayden Ng
  • Matthew Patman
  • Cailey Pickard
  • Grace Russell
  • Elise Stallard
  • Ethan Tan
  • Hannah Taylor
  • Kate Thorne

Congratulations also to Mitchell Thomas who achieved a certificate of Excellence, for being in the top 0.5% of the state for Applications Mathematics.

Kennedy’s top performing subject achievements in 2018 was:

  • Biology
  • Business Management and Enterprise
  • Health Studies
  • Psychology

Principal, Mr Mark Ashby said, "The class of 2018 produced some pleasing results due to their hard work and the support provided by College staff to ensure students achieve their goals. Congratulations to you all."

At Kennedy, we welcome the opportunity to discuss with families the options available to students regarding course selections in order to order to maximise their chance of success.