Hale School is well known for its outstanding academic achievements. Hale students earn exceptional results, which allow them to go on to pursue their chosen tertiary studies or placements and pave the way to successful careers.
In 2021, 100% of Hale students achieved the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) with a median ATAR of 91.85, well above the WA average of 81.75. One student achieved the ‘perfect score’ of 99.95 and four students were awarded General Exhibitions for being among the top 50 students in the State. 55% of Hale graduates were in the top 10% of the nation with an ATAR of 90 or above.
Thirty-four students were involved in the CareerLink programme, studying either a Certificate IV in Business, a Certificate II in Plumbing, a Certificate II in Building and Construction, a Certificate IV in Educational Support, a Certificate III in Screen and Media, a Certificate IV in Live Production and Technical Services, a Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology, a Certificate II in Hospitality or a Certificate II in Electrotechnology. One student received the Award for Excellence in Vocation Education and Training.
See the full 2021 WACE results here.
While these are excellent results, we are most proud of what lies behind these statistics: a culture of growth and support. Hale School works hard to give every boy the tools to reach his personal potential, whatever that may be, and to achieve his own individual goals. Importantly, there is a culture at Hale where the boys support each other to be their best and to work hard. They lift each other up and applaud each other’s achievements.
Hale School focuses on a growth mindset that shows every student that development and success require sustained effort. These are important skills that will set him up for life.