The College community would like to congratulate the Year 12 class of 2019 on the success achieved throughout the year.
2019 Performance Data Snapshot
Established in 1997, Cedar College is a ministry of CityReach Baptist Church, and is an independent R-12 co-educational Christian School in Northgate, South Australia.
Below is an excerpt from our current round of reporting. The data below was collected via survey of our staff, students and parents for the year in which survey was published. The complete 2019 Performance Report can be downloaded from our website.
Highlights from 2019
Cedar has been greatly blessed this year and we are truly grateful. We would especially like to congratulate the Year 12 Class of 2019 on the success achieved throughout the year.
Every graduating student achieved their South Australian Certificate of Education, as has been the case for many years at Cedar. Our focus at Cedar College continues to be faith, character and education – as students discover Jesus, display love, and develop self.
During the 2019 School Year, our student enrolment peaked at 838. Of this number, 379 were enrolled in the Primary School (R-6), 250 in the Middle School (7-9) and 209 were enrolled in the Senior School (10-12).
Academic Performance 2019
In terms of the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR), 15% of our graduating Year 12s achieved an ATAR of greater than 90, and 42% of our students achieved an ATAR of 80 or more, placing them in the top 20% of students in the State.
It is also worth noting that 81.30% of the grades awarded to our Year 12s in 2019 were either an A or a B.
Further to this, 96% of our students applying for a University course received a first-round offer, and of these students, the majority were offered their first preference course. We are pleased to see our graduates choosing to pursue a wide range of high-level tertiary pathways.
We continue to be very proud of the outstanding results that our Year 12s achieve, and feel extremely blessed to be part of a school community where students can fulfil their God-given academic gifts, and progress to exciting post-school opportunities and pathways.
The National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) assesses all students in Australian schools in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. Cedar College publishes NAPLAN results in the complete 2019 Performance Report available for download. NAPLAN results are also available in full from the MySchool website.
2019 Attendance Data
The below table shows attendance data during 2019, and is shown by year level and gender (light green = male students, dark green = female students).
The average student attendance during 2019 across all year levels was: Male – 93.14% Female – 92.06%
Further information is available at the MySchool website: www.myschool.edu.au