2022 Year 12 ATAR Results

St Aidan's Anglican Girls' school is delighted to announce the outstanding academic results of its 2022 Year 12 students.  Once again, St Aidan's girls have achieved exceptional marks following the release of subject results from the Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority (QCAA) and the Australian Tertiary Admissions Tank (ATAR) results from the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) on 16 December 2022.

These ATAR results demonstrate that St Aidan’s continues to be one of the top performing independent schools in Queensland. This cohort has shown incredible academic growth and upheld the school’s long-standing tradition of educational excellence.


In addition to the results above, St Aidan's is proud to acknowledge that 96% of students achieved an ATAR of 80 or higher. Principal, Ms Toni Riordan, said that this cohort has shown incredible academic growth and upheld the school's long-standing tradition of educational excellence.

"We are so proud of every single student who graduated this year."

"As a non-selective school, one that welcomes students of all abilities, these achievements clearly demonstrate the exceptional calibre of our enriching environment and inspiring professionals who dedicate their days to creating and fostering educational excellence."

Not only did St Aidan's students receive incredible ATAR results but also outstanding QCAA subject results. 

QCAA Subject Results
  • 100% of Year 12 students received a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE)

  • 100% of Year 12 students achieved grades of A to C for their outcomes

  • 100% of subjects had a median result of A or B

  • 53 students achieved straight A’s in all five subjects

  • 7 students received a perfect score (100/100) – English, Japanese, Literature and Visual Art

“Our 2022 Year 12 students are to be congratulated on their remarkable achievements. These results reflect their hard work and dedication over the past two years,” said Ms Riordan.

“We also wish to acknowledge and thank our parents and guardians who have provided countless hours of support throughout their daughter’s entire schooling life. You have helped shape your daughter’s future and contributed to our St Aidan’s community,”

“We also could not have achieved these results without the unparalleled quality and professionalism of our teaching staff at St Aidan’s.”

“This achievement is a credit to their commitment to excellence and dedication to the teaching profession,” Ms Riordan added.

St Aidan’s also recognised that whilst it has achieved outstanding ATAR results; it was important to note these scores are only one indicator of dedication, hard work and excellence.

Ms Riordan proudly stated that each student received their Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE), and every student who graduated was either ATAR eligible and/or achieved excellent VET outcomes.

“While many of our Year 12 students have already received early offers to university courses, we look forward to celebrating the incredible education and training pathways open to our graduating class of 2022, due to their strong outcomes,” Ms Riordan said.


Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks (ATAR) are calculated and released Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). The decision for students to share their ATAR result with their school is optional and St Aidan’s only has access to the individual ATARs of our Year 12 students where consent has been granted by those students when registering in the ATAR Portal. Of the 108 graduating students in the St Aidan’s class of 2022, 103 were ATAR eligible.