Students accept first round university offers

As students across the country prepare to head back to the classrooms or embark on the next chapter of their journey, Sunshine Coast Grammar graduates from the Class of 2021 are thrilled to be accepting their university placement offers for the year ahead.

2021 School Captain at Sunshine Coast Grammar School, Eloise Lawrie is ecstatic to have been accepted into the Medical Program at UQ with an ATAR of 99.80 and has received a University of Queensland Excellence Scholarship, which will go a long way in supporting her studies and future endeavours.

While Declan Ryan and Destiny Guteridge, have both accepted offers to study Education. Declan has accepted a place at QUT studying a Bachelor of Primary Education, while Destiny is headed to Townsville to study at James Cook University after receiving the PMSA Teaching Scholarship. The PMSA Teacher Education Scholarship aims to foster a respect for the importance of teaching as a profession and is offered to both current and past students of PMSA schools.

Head of Secondary at Sunshine Coast Grammar, Mr Darren MacLeod is incredibly proud to see students reaping the rewards for their hard work and efforts. It’s encouraging to see students take the next steps towards creating and fulfilling their future pathways with such confidence.

This year more than 90 per cent of graduates have received a university offer, while 75 per cent of these ATAR eligible students at Sunshine Coast Grammar received their first preference for tertiary study. From health science and medicine to engineering, environment and education – these are just some of the exciting and growing areas of interest that our students are pursuing in 2022.

“The results achieved are a reflection of the dedication and positive attitude students have displayed towards their studies. We are incredibly proud of our 2021 graduates and congratulate them on their outstanding achievements,” said Mr MacLeod.

“Success comes in many forms and as a School, it is our goal for every graduating student to be working or studying towards a career that not only values their talents but for which they also have a real passion and purpose.”