MAP: See what Gladstone schools got the best OPs

THE graduating class of 2015 at Tannum Sands State High School had the highest percentage of students achieving an OP 1 - 5 in more than five years at the school.

Of the 76 OP eligible students, 19 achieved a score between 1 and 5.

Acting principal Heather Moller said it was a team effort from the entire graduating class.

Ms Moller said it came down to the students being well-prepared.

"The scores are a good reflection that students are doing well and the teacher is really explicitly teaching in their own units of work.

"The students have set a high bar and they deserve to be congratulated."

Across the Gladstone region almost 50 students achieved a score between 1 and 5.

Independent Schools Queensland direct David Robertson congratulated Queensland independent schools on their student's achievements.

"Schools, parents and students should feel rightly proud of their accomplishments.

"However, it's important to remember that these results, whether it's OP scores or VET qualifications, represent just one piece of information in a very broad and rich picture of a school," he said.

The results

 

 

Chanel College

OP eligible students: 67

OP 1 - 5: 11

OP 6 - 10: 21

OP 11 - 15: 21

OP 16 - 20: 13

OP 21 - 25: 1
 

Gladstone State High School

OP eligible students: 83

OP 1 - 5: 10

OP 6 - 10: 22

OP 11 - 15: 22

OP 16 - 20: 25

OP 21 - 25: 4
 

St Stephens Lutheran College

OP eligible students: 5

OP 1 - 5: 0

OP 2 - 10: 2

OP 11 - 15: 2

OP 16 - 20: 1

Toolooa State High School

OP eligible students: 33

OP 1 - 5: 6

OP 6 - 10: 10

OP 11 -15: 10

OP 16 - 20: 7

Tannum Sands State High School:

OP eligible students: 76

OP 1 - 5: 19

OP 6 - 10: 20

OP 12 - 15: 23

OP 16 - 20: 13

OP 21 - 25: 3