St Cuthbert’s College girls have once again received top examination results with over 90% achieving certificates endorsed with Merit and Excellence in all three levels of NCEA.
98.2% of Year 11 students achieved Level 1 NCEA endorsed with Excellence or Merit, 94.7% at Level 2 and 90.2% at Level 3.
And for our graduating students, 96.6% gained University Entrance.
The College also offers International Baccalaureate and two students received perfect scores of 45, which places them in the top 0.3% of students worldwide. Only two other New Zealand students achieved this feat in 2014.
In total 11 IB students received a mark of 40 and above and were awarded Top Scholars’ Awards at a ceremony at Government House this month.
These superb results in both NCEA and IB have led to the offer of 47 tertiary scholarships to St Cuthbert’s students and means they have earned over $1 million in funding for university studies, in New Zealand and overseas.
Scholarships to international universities so far include two for Sydney University, three at Monash University and two sports scholarships to universities in the United States.
- 97.7% of students gained a Level 1 Certificate
- 98.2% of students achieved certificates endorsed at either Excellence or Merit level
- 71.9% endorsed at Excellence
- 98.5% of students gained a Level 2 Certificate
- 94.7% of students achieved certificates endorsed at either Excellence or Merit Level
- 63.4% endorsed at Excellence
- 96.6% of students gained a Level 3 Certificate
- 90.2% of students achieved certificates endorsed at either Excellence or Merit Level
- 40.1% endorsed at Excellence
- 96.6% of students received University Entrance
- Two students received perfect scores of 45, placing them in the top 0.3% of IB students worldwide.
- In total 11 students received a mark of 40 and above and were awarded Top Scholars Awards at a ceremony at Government House.
- St Cuthbert’s median score was 38; the New Zealand average is 34.
- A total of 85 Scholarships were awarded to our students this year, 14 of them at Outstanding level.
- Four St Cuthbert’s girls were named Outstanding Scholar Award winners and will receive $5000 for each of three years for their tertiary studies.