362 SMC Girls Take Part in Education Perfect Science Competition

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Between 14 August and 21 August as part of Science Week activities, students in Years 7 – 10, participated in the Education Perfect Science competition, where they were tested on all elements of Science from the Australian Curriculum.

Santa Maria College performed extremely well where we were ranked 70th overall globally (out of 1,281 schools) and 5th overall in WA for the 501-1000 students’ category. Also 27th in Australia. Well Done girls.

Special mentions go to Madeleine Haines (Year 10) who was awarded an Elite award placing her in the top 0.2% of 80,000 competitors from around the world. Shanera Barrett (Year 9) and Brenna Pope (Year 10) achieved Gold awards placing them in the top 2%. Stephanie Haines (Year 10) achieving a Silver award, placing her in the top 5%. Shay Bastiani (Year 10), Zoe Donovan (Year 7), Michaela Taliangis (Year 10) and Arianna Toledo (Year 10) achieving Bronze awards placing these in the top 10% of competitors. Finally Kate Ciraolo (Year 9), Hannah Gunning (Year 9) and Jessica Marchant (Year 9) received Credit awards placing them in the top 20% of students.

Well done to all of the girls who participated, 362 of you took the time to get involved. Great result.

Ailsa Harris | Head of Science

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This article is brought to you by Santa Maria College a WA Catholic Girls Schools – Years 5 – 12

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