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“Australind Senior High School is proud to congratulate the class of 2020 for their outstanding ATAR performance.
The School Median ATAR this year was 79.25 and reflects our continued excellent school performance of the past 2 years, that we expect will again place us in the top 50 performing schools.
We will share more specific detail in the coming weeks, but at first glance 23% of our ATAR students turned in scores above 90 – finishing in the top 10% – and an exceptional 80% of the cohort finished in the top 30% of the state.
Congratulations to the students for their commitment in an unsettling year, having to focus on their studies as well as the impact of school closures, remote learning and other significant interruptions and concerns.
We congratulate our 2020 cohort on their continued effort to achieve a high ATAR standard, as although many students were successful in early university offers, this did not waiver their commitment in striving to achieve exceptional scores.
I also wish to acknowledge our incredible staff for the journey they have travelled aiding and encouraging our remarkable young people, and to all of our families for their support in a unique and difficult year of learning.
A job well done and we look forward to hearing about our students reaping the magnificent rewards of all their hard work.
The staff at Australind Senior High School would like to wish our students, parents and caregivers a safe and enjoyable Christmas break and a prosperous New Year.
We wish to acknowledge the support that we have had from our community during this complex year. We look forward to working closely with you again in 2021.”
Domenic Camera


ATAR Results 2019


For the second year running Australind Senior High School is the only Regional Public School to finish in the Top 50 of all Western Australian schools.

Australind SHS would like to congratulate the class of 2019 for their outstanding ATAR performance. The School Median ATAR was 81.35 which is again above the State average.

Our ATAR Dux Noah Weymes topped the cohort up with a near perfect score, with 25% of the ATAR students turning in scores above 90, and another 30% with scores in the 80’s, and 21% with scores in the 70’s. A fantastic 75% of the cohort finished in the top 30% of the state.

Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority Certificates of Distinction (190-200 points) were awarded to Yohan Rich, Danielle Suckling and Noah Weymes and Certificates of Merit (150-189 points) were awarded to Karly Merritt, Allison Hood, Kaitlyn Riches, Elizabeth Gaskell and Sophie Clifton.

Congratulations to the students for their commitment, our staff for the journey that they have travelled supporting our great young people and to the families for their support.