Will Hodgman

Premier of Tasmania



18 December 2018

Jeremy Rockliff, Minister for Education and Training

Improved exam results for Tasmanian senior secondary students

There has been an improvement in the number of Tasmanian senior secondary students achieving their TCE attainment and an ATAR score in exam results being released today.

This year’s preliminary results show that 3672 students achieved their Tasmanian Certificate of Education which is 57.4 per cent of all students compared to 56.5 per cent in 2017.

There has also been an increase in students achieving an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank score with 34.6 per cent in 2018 compared to 33.6 per cent last year.

It is also extremely pleasing to see the Hodgman Liberal Government’s plan to extend high schools to Years 11-12 is working with 95 students from these schools achieving their TCE compared with 56 last year.

Congratulations to all of the students who sat exams and to the teachers, support staff, parents, family and friends who mentored them through a vital and often challenging time in their lives.

Education is a key component for young people to achieve their best in life and I encourage the Class of 2018 to explore future education options at university, VET or on-the-job training courses to improve their skills and future career options.

The office of Tasmanian Assessment, Standards and Certification (TASC) will email results today to students who pre-registered while hard copy results and certificates were mailed today.

The Tasmanian Government is committed to lifting education attainment in this state which is why we are investing a record $324 million investment into education, including 358 more staff and $192 million in infrastructure. These investments are only possible because of our strong financial management.

Top 100 tertiary entrance scores

Please note only 98 students are listed as two students requested their names are not released.

Student Name

School

Abigail Neville

Rosny College

Aidan Parker

Scotch Oakburn College

Alexander Titchen

The Hutchins School

Alice Mackey

Guilford Young (Hobart)

Amelie McCarthy

The Friends’ School

Amy Hicks

Hellyer College

Amy Osborn

Hobart College

Amy Wallace

St Michael's Collegiate School

Angela Leon De La Barra

St Michael's Collegiate School

Anna Walls

St Michael's Collegiate School

Bailey Gillam

Don College

Bailey Slyp

Hobart College

Boston Dobie

Rosny College

Caitlin Hogan-Jones

St Michael's Collegiate School

Campbell Lane

The Hutchins School

Charles Howcroft

Hobart College

Charles Moss

The Hutchins School

Charlie Maxwell

Hobart College

  

Chen Wang

Marist Regional College

Claire Fox

The Friends’ School

Dominic Winter

Hobart College

Dylan Johnson

The Friends’ School

Emma Condie

The Friends’ School

Emmaline Lonergan

Elizabeth College

Erin Bannink

The Friends’ School

Evie Millar

St Patricks College

Fergus Ayton

The Friends’ School

Fergus Charles

The Hutchins School

Finnbar O'Neill

The Friends’ School

Fraser Sutton

Launceston College

Gabriel Deayton

Hobart College

Georgia Cooper

Rosny College

Georgia Fletcher

Marist Regional College

Georgina Newton

Hobart College

Grace Thorpe

St Michael's Collegiate School

Hanlon Innocent

Scotch Oakburn College

Hannah Chesterman

Scotch Oakburn College

Him Ko

The Hutchins School

Ho Kam

Rosny College

Hugh McKay

Hobart College

  

Isaac Brain

Launceston College

Jack Crawford

Launceston Church Grammar School

Jack Waller

Hobart College

James Browne

The Hutchins School

James Parkyn

Hobart College

James Smyth

Launceston College

Jamila Alam

The Friends’ School

Jane Hickie

St Michael's Collegiate School

Jarrod Hunter

Guilford Young (Hobart)

Jesse Cameron

Launceston College

Jesse Spratt

Don College

Kenneth King

Elizabeth College

Kieren Black

Hobart College

Koh Kawaguchi

The Hutchins School

Lachlan Clark

Don College

Liam Rogers

The Friends’ School

Liam Wood-Baker

The Friends’ School

Lily Ward

Guilford Young (Hobart)

Luke Haas

The Friends’ School

Madeleine Webster

The Friends’ School

Madeline White

Elizabeth College

  

Margot Wilson

Launceston College

Mark Stack

Hobart College

Max Batten

The Hutchins School

Maya Koizumi-Smith

Don College

Medhanit Barratt

Launceston Church Grammar School

Ned Daniels

Guilford Young (Glenorchy)

Oliver Gunn

The Friends’ School

Olivia Cullen

St Patricks College

Olivia Eade

St Mary's College

Olivia Kingston

St Michael's Collegiate School

Prue Huntington

St Mary's College

Raymond Pavlov

Scotch Oakburn College

Riley Kirkland

Hellyer College

Ronan Douglas

Launceston College

Ryan Li

Launceston Christian School

Ryan Smith

Leighland Christian School

Samantha Lillico

Marist Regional College

Samuel Watson

Hobart College

Sapna Kodithuwakku

St Brendan-Shaw College

Sarah Gourlay

St Michael's Collegiate School

Serif Sungur

Launceston College

Sigourney Costa

Elizabeth College

  

Stella Brown

St Michael's Collegiate School

Stella Lees

Hobart College

Thomas Davie

The Hutchins School

Thomas De Ruyter

St Patricks College

Thomas Green

The Friends’ School

Thomas Little

Hobart College

Timothy Reynolds

The Friends’ School

Venus Palmer Bock

Hobart College

William Beattie

Scotch Oakburn College

William Hogge

Marist Regional College

William Scharapow

St Patricks College

Yasmine Wright Gittins

Launceston College

Yujie Liang

Marist Regional College

Zahra Marshall

Launceston College

Zola Blackwood-Coyle

The Friends’ School



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