Trading on the Stock Market can be a scary business for some people, but not for Year 7 Kennedy Baptist College student Brandon Smith who trading as Smiths Chips, has just won first prize in the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) Share Market Game.
Year 12 Students Celebrate their Final Day at Kennedy Baptist College
On Friday 21 October, Year 12 students from Kennedy Baptist College enjoyed their final College events before settling down to study for their WACE Exams. Commencing with an
early breakfast by the river at Tomkins on Swan, students returned to the College for a whole school Assembly with an address by Mr Ashby, musical entertainment and some very amusing items from their Form Teachers.
On Wednesday 20 July, our Year 7 extension and enrichment students were treated to a very “live and explosive” Science Show at Murdoch University. The excitement of large balloons filled with hydrogen and oxygen popping, misty clouds of dry ice spreading across the stage and learning the tricks of how to hammer a nail into wood using just a banana (frozen before in liquid nitrogen), kept students engaged and fascinated.
Kennedy Baptist College has continued its push to be at the cutting edge of secondary education with the completion of new state of the art science and creative arts facilities.
The Murdoch based secondary college has upgraded its science laboratories and arts studios as the school focuses on its STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) learning framework.
We would like to congratulate the Year 12 students on their recent results in the WACE examinations and the final VET outcomes.
11% of our students achieved an ATAR of 95.0 or above which is the top 5% of the state. Our highest ATAR score for 2015 is 99.2, congratulation to Sarah Cicolari
CERTIFICATE OF COMMENDATION: A Certificate of Commendation is awarded to each eligible student who, in their last three consecutive years of senior secondary WACE enrolment, obtains at least 20 A grades in course units (including at least three two-unit combinations). The number of A grades in course units (including at least three two-unit combinations), may be reduced on a sliding scale to 14 if an AQF Certificate II or higher is achieved.