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Yr 12 Results Released

​2015 Seniors
​2015 Dalby SHS Seniors have secured some of the best marks for final results in recent memory. Both Overall Position (OP) and Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) results were historically above average.
Of the OP results there were many great results but 2015 school captain Declan Caruso received an OP1, the highest mark possible, and five exceptional students were awarded OP2s - Daniel Ash, Tessa Ladd, Rachel Garvey, Brenna Shannon-Dear and Annika Werny.
Overall, 45% of Dalby SHS students received an OP of 1-10. Dr Russell said the results were 'The best OP performance for Dalby High since 2008 and only a tiny fraction off being the best ever!'
The QCE (effectively the new, more rigurous version of the Senior Certificate) results were also fantastic with 93% achieving the minimum school-leavers qualification - a record for the school!
Dalby SHSs Year 12s of 2015 should be extremely proud of their achievements. The next important date is in mid January 2016 when university offers are published.
2015 Yr 12 Results facts (
The following data provide a statewide snapshot of student achievement. Regional and individual school results are not publicly available until next year.
•51 022 students will receive a Senior Education Profile — 951 more than last year
•46 921 students will receive a Queensland Certificate of Education — 1229 more than last year
•26 432 students will receive a Tertiary Entrance Statement showing their OP — 298 fewer than last year
•731 students will receive an OP1 — eight fewer than last year
•21 067 students will receive an OP between 1 and 15 — 97 fewer than last year
•908 students will receive a Certificate of Academic Commendation for Very High Achievement in the equivalent of at least six Authority subjects (i.e. at least 24 semesters at VHA standard).
•30 954 achieved a VET Certificate I, II, III or IV qualification — 129 more than last year
•1589 students studied a university subject while still at school — 137 more than last year
•743 students with learning impairments were awarded a Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement — 49 more than last year.