Congratulations to all Hale School’s Year 12 students of 2016! Our Year 12 students worked very hard, showed perseverance and achieved outstanding results. Overwhelmingly, students achieved outcomes which reflected their capabilities. "Their results would not have been possible without the dedication of our exceptional teaching staff and the constant support of family members. A key factor in student achievement is the strength of the partnership between the student, the home and the school. At Hale we work constantly to maintain that partnership which underpins academic success and so much more.’’, said Acting Headmaster David Bean.
The number of Year 12 students at Hale in 2016 was 199. 181 or 91.4% students received an ATAR. 15 students received Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications.
General Exhibitions are awarded to the 50 students with the highest averages from five equated examination marks in ATAR courses with at least two from each of the humanities list and the sciences/ mathematics list.
Hale School students won 6 of the 50 General Exhibitions. Max Anderson Loake ( 3rd in the state), Adi Ganguly (12th),Yang Chen (16th) Lachlan Robinson (38th) Domenic Quail (42nd) and Haseeb Riaz (49th).
Subject Exhibitions are awarded to the top examination student in the state in a particular subject.
4 of the 40 Subject Exhibitions in ATAR subjects were won by Hale students. This was the highest number won by a single school. Congratulations to Michael Dawson (Economics), James Dingley (Engineering Studies), Zane Duffield (Mathematics Specialist) and Max Anderson Loake (Physics).
CERTIFICATES OF EXCELLENCE
19 Certificates of Excellence were awarded to Hale students for being in the top half percent of the state in a subject.
Accounting and Finance: Zachery Comiskey and James Stevenson won two of the six Certificates of Excellence
Chemistry: Max Anderson Loake and Adi Ganguly won two of the 24 awarded in Chemistry
Economics: Michael Dawson, James Stevenson and Angus Gregg won three of the 13 awarded
Engineering Studies: James Dingley, one of two awarded
English: Angus Mackintosh, one of 56 awarded
Literature: Peter Havlat and Domenic Quail, two of eight awarded
Mathematics Methods: Matthew Blacker, Zane Duffield and Lachlan Robinson, three of 20 awarded
Mathematics Specialist: Zane Duffield won one of the seven awarded
Music: Peter Havlat won one of the two awarded
Physics: Max Anderson Loake, Zane Duffield and Lachlan Robinson, three of 18 awarded
54 CERTIFICATES OF DISTINCTION
This is a new award in 2016. A Certificate of Distinction is awarded for achieving 20 A grades, or 18 A grades and 2 B grades, over Years 11 and 12, in ATAR courses.
Edward Aitken, Robert Anderson, Max Anderson Loake, Alexander Angelkov, Julian Atlas, Taran Becker, Matthew Blacker, James Blair, Ryan Cawood, Yang Chen, Alexander Clapin, Zachery Comiskey, Keir Crabbe, Ben Culloton, Michael Dawson, James Dingley, Benjamin D'Souza, Zane Duffield, Adi Ganguly, Angus Gregg, Matthew Haddon, Benjamin Hamblin, Peter Havlat, Jamie Hepburn, Clayton Herbst, Daniel Hicks, Matthew Hyde, Jamie Jongeling, James Jovanoski, Adhish Kastha, Dylan Kay, Nicholas Kelly, Massimo Kirk, Kieran Langridge, Angus Mackintosh, Joshua May, Callum Parker, Mitchell Pratt, Domenic Quail, Joshua Renshaw, Thomas Renshaw, Haseeb Riaz, Lachlan Robinson, Samuel Rooney, Oliver Sanderson, Callum Scott, Christopher Shields, James Stevenson, Timothy Stoate, James Tazewell, Oliver Tomassone, William White, William Wu and Charles Young.
31 CERTIFICATES OF MERIT
This is a new award in 2016 which recognises high achievement in ATAR and/or General courses, and/or VET qualifications.
Todd Bensky, Haydn Calvert, Xavier Burton, Samuel Buckley, Joshua Carter, James Coningsby, Grae Cumming, Benjamin Davidovic, Frank Daly, Max Evangelisti, Jake Everett, Blair Harding, Thomas Hann, Fraser House, Stuart Jardine, Alexander Johnson, William Lantzke, Richard Landa, Jacob Morris, Max Mussared, James O’Brien, Lachlan Pearce, Brendan Reed, Zach Roberts, Jordan Smith, Nicholas Stanley, Corey Taylor, Kelly Thomson, Andrew Waddell, Hanrui Yu and Rhyan Zavaleta-Power.
- Total number of Hale students with an ATAR in 2016 was 182 from a total cohort of 199. There were also 15 CareerLink (VET) students and three students in neither category.
- 91 or 50% of our ATAR students are in the top 10% of the nation with an ATAR of 90 or above.
- 61 or 33.5% of our ATAR students are in the top 5% of the nation with an ATAR of 95 or above.
- 20 or 10.9% of our ATAR students are in the top 1% of the nation with an ATAR of 99 or above.
- In 2016 the median ATAR for Hale was 89.90 and for WA, 80.85.
- Five students achieved the ‘perfect score’ of 99.95. They were Max Anderson Loake, Matthew Blacker, Zane Duffield, Adi Ganguly and Lachlan Robinson. In WA as a whole, 16 students scored 99.95, thus 31.25% of these were from Hale.
Our top 20 students, all of whom achieved an ATAR over 99.0, were: Robert Anderson, Max Anderson Loake, Piyavat Apisampinvong, Julian Atlas, Matthew Blacker, Yang Chen, Michael Dawson, James Dingley, Zane Duffield, Adi Ganguly, Angus Gregg, Matthew Haddon, Benjamin Hamblin, Peter Havlat, Angus Mackintosh, Mitchell Pratt, Domenic Quail, Haseeb Riaz, Lachlan Robinson and James Stevenson.
Subject Exhibition winners (left to right) Max Anderson Loake, Michael Dawson, Zane Duffield and James Dingley.
General Exhibition winners (left to right) Yang Chen, Haseeb Riaz, Domenic Quail, Lachlan Robinson and Max Anderson Loake. Absent: Adi Ganguly
Perfect Scores (left to right) Zane Duffield, Lachlan Robinson, Matthew Blacker and Max Anderson Loake. Absent: Adi Ganguly