2024 Victoria, Melbourne Primary School Zone Map Update

The 2024 catchment map has been updated, the changes are fairly minimal. Mostly a couple of new schools in western Melbourne. If time permits I will detail them in later blog posts.

The proper name used by the Victorian Department of Education is called “Designated neighbourhood school” which is what a particular address is zoned for a particular school. When discussed from the perspective of a particular school is often referred to as one of the following terms.

  • Designated neighbourhood zone
  • Designated neighbourhood boundary
  • Neighbourhood zone
  • School Zone
  • School intake area
  • School catchment

For the final confirmation please contact the school in question. You can also find the full Melbourne, Victoria public school zone map by clicking on the link.

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Top Ranking Northern Territory Darwin Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Non-government/Private)

Top ranking Northern Territory Darwin Secondary Schools (Non-government and Private) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool_NameStateSchool_SectorGeolocationPercentage
1The Essington SchoolNTIndependentOuter Regional80.80%
2Haileybury Rendall SchoolNTIndependentOuter Regional77.19%
3Nhulunbuy Christian CollegeNTIndependentVery Remote74.51%
4St Philip's CollegeNTIndependentRemote74.45%
5Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic CollegeNTCatholicRemote73.15%
6O'Loughlin Catholic CollegeNTCatholicOuter Regional72.27%
7Sattler Christian CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional72.17%
8Palmerston Christian CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional71.81%
9MacKillop Catholic CollegeNTCatholicOuter Regional70.92%
10Marrara Christian CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional70.51%
11Good Shepherd Lutheran CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional69.80%
12St Joseph's Catholic CollegeNTCatholicRemote68.82%
13St John's Catholic CollegeNTCatholicOuter Regional68.67%
14Araluen Christian CollegeNTIndependentRemote67.88%
15Ltyentye Apurte Catholic SchoolNTCatholicRemoteN/A
16Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Thamarrurr Catholic CollegeNTCatholicRemoteN/A
17Yirara CollegeNTIndependentRemoteN/A
18Alice Springs Steiner SchoolNTIndependentRemoteN/A
19Yipirinya SchoolNTIndependentRemoteN/A
20Milkwood Steiner SchoolNTIndependentOuter RegionalN/A

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Top Ranking Northern Territory Darwin Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Government/Public)

Top ranking Northern Territory Darwin Secondary Schools (Government and Public) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool_NameStateSchool_SectorGeolocationPercentage
1Darwin Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional77.24%
2Dripstone Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional73.00%
3Nightcliff Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional72.76%
4Katherine School Of The AirNTGovernmentRemote69.99%
5Nhulunbuy High SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote68.85%
6Taminmin CollegeNTGovernmentOuter Regional67.54%
7Sanderson Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional67.19%
8Palmerston CollegeNTGovernmentOuter Regional66.74%
9Centralian Middle SchoolNTGovernmentRemote65.17%
10Katherine High SchoolNTGovernmentRemote62.81%
11Tennant Creek High SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote58.46%
12Jabiru Area SchoolNTGovernmentRemote49.19%
13Borroloola SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote47.52%
14Minyerri SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote46.85%
15Maningrida CollegeNTGovernmentVery Remote45.29%
16Ramingining SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote45.10%
17Arlparra SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
18Tennant Creek Primary SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
19Alyangula Area SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
20Gapuwiyak SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
21Gunbalanya SchoolNTGovernmentRemoteN/A
22Kalkaringi SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
23Lajamanu SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
24Milingimbi SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
25Ngukurr SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
26Numbulwar SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
27Shepherdson CollegeNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
28Yirrkala SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
29Yuendumu SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
30Laynhapuy Homelands SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
31Nganmarriyanga SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
32Ntaria SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
33Wugularr SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A

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Top Ranking Northern Territory Darwin Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Government and Non-Government)

Top ranking Northern Territory Darwin Secondary Schools (Government and Non-government) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool_NameStateSchool_SectorGeolocationPercentage
1The Essington SchoolNTIndependentOuter Regional80.80%
2Darwin Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional77.24%
3Haileybury Rendall SchoolNTIndependentOuter Regional77.19%
4Nhulunbuy Christian CollegeNTIndependentVery Remote74.51%
5St Philip's CollegeNTIndependentRemote74.45%
6Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic CollegeNTCatholicRemote73.15%
7Dripstone Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional73.00%
8Nightcliff Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional72.76%
9O'Loughlin Catholic CollegeNTCatholicOuter Regional72.27%
10Sattler Christian CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional72.17%
11Palmerston Christian CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional71.81%
12MacKillop Catholic CollegeNTCatholicOuter Regional70.92%
13Marrara Christian CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional70.51%
14Katherine School Of The AirNTGovernmentRemote69.99%
15Good Shepherd Lutheran CollegeNTIndependentOuter Regional69.80%
16Nhulunbuy High SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote68.85%
17St Joseph's Catholic CollegeNTCatholicRemote68.82%
18St John's Catholic CollegeNTCatholicOuter Regional68.67%
19Araluen Christian CollegeNTIndependentRemote67.88%
20Taminmin CollegeNTGovernmentOuter Regional67.54%
21Sanderson Middle SchoolNTGovernmentOuter Regional67.19%
22Palmerston CollegeNTGovernmentOuter Regional66.74%
23Centralian Middle SchoolNTGovernmentRemote65.17%
24Katherine High SchoolNTGovernmentRemote62.81%
25Tennant Creek High SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote58.46%
26Jabiru Area SchoolNTGovernmentRemote49.19%
27Borroloola SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote47.52%
28Minyerri SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote46.85%
29Maningrida CollegeNTGovernmentVery Remote45.29%
30Ramingining SchoolNTGovernmentVery Remote45.10%
31Arlparra SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
32Tennant Creek Primary SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
33Alyangula Area SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
34Gapuwiyak SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
35Gunbalanya SchoolNTGovernmentRemoteN/A
36Kalkaringi SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
37Lajamanu SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
38Milingimbi SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
39Ngukurr SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
40Numbulwar SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
41Shepherdson CollegeNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
42Yirrkala SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
43Yuendumu SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
44Laynhapuy Homelands SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
45Nganmarriyanga SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
46Ntaria SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
47Wugularr SchoolNTGovernmentVery RemoteN/A
48Ltyentye Apurte Catholic SchoolNTCatholicRemoteN/A
49Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Thamarrurr Catholic CollegeNTCatholicRemoteN/A
50Yirara CollegeNTIndependentRemoteN/A
51Alice Springs Steiner SchoolNTIndependentRemoteN/A
52Yipirinya SchoolNTIndependentRemoteN/A
53Milkwood Steiner SchoolNTIndependentOuter RegionalN/A

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Top Ranking ACT Canberra Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Non-government/Private)

Top ranking ACT Canberra Secondary Schools (Non-government and Private) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationPercentage
1Canberra Girls Grammar SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities83.11%
2Canberra Grammar SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities81.38%
3Radford CollegeACTIndependentMajor Cities81.00%
4Burgmann Anglican SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities79.68%
5Brindabella Christian CollegeACTIndependentMajor Cities79.47%
6Emmaus Christian SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities79.24%
7Trinity Christian SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities78.94%
8Marist College CanberraACTIndependentMajor Cities78.02%
9Covenant Christian SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities77.96%
10Merici CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities77.58%
11Orana Steiner SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities76.94%
12St Clare's CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities75.95%
13Daramalan CollegeACTIndependentMajor Cities75.93%
14Islamic School of CanberraACTIndependentMajor Cities75.53%
15St Mary MacKillop CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities74.87%
16St John Paul II CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities74.67%
17St Francis Xavier CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities74.34%
18St Edmund's College CanberraACTIndependentMajor Cities72.94%
19Blue Gum Community SchoolACTIndependentMajor CitiesN/A

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Top Ranking ACT Canberra Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Government and Public)

Top ranking ACT Canberra Secondary Schools (Government and Public) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationPercentage
1Telopea Park SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities78.94%
2Lyneham High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities78.27%
3Canberra High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities77.55%
4Alfred Deakin High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities77.42%
5Campbell High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities76.01%
6Mount Stromlo High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities75.45%
7Melrose High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities75.29%
8Evelyn Scott SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities74.64%
9Amaroo SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities74.45%
10Belconnen High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities74.41%
11University of Canberra High School KaleenACTGovernmentMajor Cities72.42%
12Harrison SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities71.94%
13Melba Copland Secondary SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities70.81%
14Gold Creek SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities70.61%
15Lanyon High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities69.51%
16Wanniassa SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities69.09%
17Kingsford Smith SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities69.07%
18Calwell High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities68.89%
19Namadgi SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities68.44%
20Caroline Chisholm SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities64.29%

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Top Ranking ACT Canberra Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Government and Non-Government)

Top ranking ACT Canberra Secondary Schools (Government and Non-government) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationPercentage
1Canberra Girls Grammar SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities83.11%
2Canberra Grammar SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities81.38%
3Radford CollegeACTIndependentMajor Cities81.00%
4Burgmann Anglican SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities79.68%
5Brindabella Christian CollegeACTIndependentMajor Cities79.47%
6Emmaus Christian SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities79.24%
7Telopea Park SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities78.94%
8Trinity Christian SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities78.94%
9Lyneham High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities78.27%
10Marist College CanberraACTIndependentMajor Cities78.02%
11Covenant Christian SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities77.96%
12Merici CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities77.58%
13Canberra High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities77.55%
14Alfred Deakin High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities77.42%
15Orana Steiner SchoolACTIndependentMajor Cities76.94%
16Campbell High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities76.01%
17St Clare's CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities75.95%
18Daramalan CollegeACTIndependentMajor Cities75.93%
19Islamic School of CanberraACTIndependentMajor Cities75.53%
20Mount Stromlo High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities75.45%
21Melrose High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities75.29%
22St Mary MacKillop CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities74.87%
23St John Paul II CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities74.67%
24Evelyn Scott SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities74.64%
25Amaroo SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities74.45%
26Belconnen High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities74.41%
27St Francis Xavier CollegeACTCatholicMajor Cities74.34%
28St Edmund's College CanberraACTIndependentMajor Cities72.94%
29University of Canberra High School KaleenACTGovernmentMajor Cities72.42%
30Harrison SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities71.94%
31Melba Copland Secondary SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities70.81%
32Gold Creek SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities70.61%
33Lanyon High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities69.51%
34Wanniassa SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities69.09%
35Kingsford Smith SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities69.07%
36Calwell High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities68.89%
37Namadgi SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities68.44%
38Caroline Chisholm SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities64.29%
39Blue Gum Community SchoolACTIndependentMajor CitiesN/A

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Top Ranking Tasmanian Hobart Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Non-government and Private)

Top ranking Tasmanian Hobart Secondary Schools (Non-government and Private) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationPercentage
1Fahan SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional80.69%
2The Friends' SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional79.68%
3St Michael's Collegiate SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional79.51%
4Newstead Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional78.86%
5Calvin Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional78.59%
6The Hutchins SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional78.15%
7Scotch Oakburn CollegeTASIndependentInner Regional77.60%
8Southern Christian CollegeTASIndependentInner Regional76.83%
9John Calvin SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.63%
10Launceston Church Grammar SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.54%
11Mount Carmel CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional76.43%
12Leighland Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter Regional76.29%
13Tarremah Steiner SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.22%
14Launceston Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.14%
15St Mary's CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional75.67%
16St Patrick's CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional75.26%
17Dominic CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional75.22%
18Marist Regional CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional74.59%
19MacKillop Catholic CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional74.28%
20St Brendan-Shaw CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional73.91%
21Sacred Heart CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional73.53%
22Geneva Christian CollegeTASIndependentOuter Regional72.71%
23Hilliard Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional72.35%
24St Aloysius Catholic CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional72.21%
25Circular Head Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter Regional71.79%
26St Virgil's CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional71.58%
27North West Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter Regional71.37%
28Emmanuel Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional71.19%
29St James Catholic CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional70.49%
30Eastside Lutheran CollegeTASIndependentInner Regional70.38%
31Star of the Sea Catholic CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional70.23%
32Devonport Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter RegionalN/A
33OneSchool Global TasTASIndependentInner RegionalN/A
34Indie School - GlenorchyTASIndependentInner RegionalN/A
35Indie School - DevonportTASIndependentOuter RegionalN/A

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Top Ranking Tasmanian Hobart Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Government and Public)

Top ranking Tasmanian Hobart Secondary Schools (Government and Public) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationPercentage
1Taroona High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional77.83%
2Woodbridge SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional74.83%
3Riverside High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional74.09%
4Clarence High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional73.79%
5Rose Bay High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional73.11%
6Burnie High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional72.96%
7Kingston High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional72.67%
8Sheffield SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional72.19%
9Reece High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.72%
10Latrobe High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.53%
11Penguin District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.43%
12Prospect High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional71.42%
13Kings Meadows High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional71.31%
14Exeter High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.18%
15Hobart City High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional70.87%
16Brooks High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional70.80%
17Devonport High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional70.62%
18St Helens District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional70.04%
19Wynyard High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.96%
20Deloraine High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.80%
21Cressy District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.57%
22Queechy High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional69.36%
23Ulverstone Secondary CollegeTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.27%
24Triabunna District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.19%
25Yolla District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.93%
26St Marys District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.82%
27Scottsdale High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.29%
28Lilydale District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.21%
29King Island District High SchoolTASGovernmentVery Remote68.06%
30Dover District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.00%
31Campania District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.00%
32Campbell Town District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional67.43%
33Parklands High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional67.32%
34Montrose Bay High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional66.68%
35Smithton High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional66.12%
36Bayview Secondary CollegeTASGovernmentInner Regional66.04%
37Huonville High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional66.02%
38Oatlands District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional65.33%
39New Norfolk High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional65.29%
40Mountain Heights SchoolTASGovernmentRemote65.22%
41Tasman District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional65.17%
42Port Dalrymple SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional65.13%
43Sorell SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional64.95%
44Glenora District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional64.57%
45Cosgrove High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional63.73%
46JRLF - Senior SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional60.18%
47Launceston Big Picture SchoolTASGovernmentInner RegionalN/A

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Top Ranking Tasmanian Hobart Secondary School For The Year Of 2023 (Government and Non-Government)

Top ranking Tasmanian Hobart Secondary Schools (Government and Non-government) for the year 2023. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment numbers so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some schools got big enrolment numbers as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that the percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia-wide. Just to be clear that the particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year 2023.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationPercentage
1Fahan SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional80.69%
2The Friends' SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional79.68%
3St Michael's Collegiate SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional79.51%
4Newstead Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional78.86%
5Calvin Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional78.59%
6The Hutchins SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional78.15%
7Taroona High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional77.83%
8Scotch Oakburn CollegeTASIndependentInner Regional77.60%
9Southern Christian CollegeTASIndependentInner Regional76.83%
10John Calvin SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.63%
11Launceston Church Grammar SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.54%
12Mount Carmel CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional76.43%
13Leighland Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter Regional76.29%
14Tarremah Steiner SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.22%
15Launceston Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional76.14%
16St Mary's CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional75.67%
17St Patrick's CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional75.26%
18Dominic CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional75.22%
19Woodbridge SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional74.83%
20Marist Regional CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional74.59%
21MacKillop Catholic CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional74.28%
22Riverside High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional74.09%
23St Brendan-Shaw CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional73.91%
24Clarence High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional73.79%
25Sacred Heart CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional73.53%
26Rose Bay High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional73.11%
27Burnie High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional72.96%
28Geneva Christian CollegeTASIndependentOuter Regional72.71%
29Kingston High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional72.67%
30Hilliard Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional72.35%
31St Aloysius Catholic CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional72.21%
32Sheffield SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional72.19%
33Circular Head Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter Regional71.79%
34Reece High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.72%
35St Virgil's CollegeTASCatholicInner Regional71.58%
36Latrobe High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.53%
37Penguin District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.43%
38Prospect High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional71.42%
39North West Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter Regional71.37%
40Kings Meadows High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional71.31%
41Emmanuel Christian SchoolTASIndependentInner Regional71.19%
42Exeter High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional71.18%
43Hobart City High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional70.87%
44Brooks High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional70.80%
45Devonport High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional70.62%
46St James Catholic CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional70.49%
47Eastside Lutheran CollegeTASIndependentInner Regional70.38%
48Star of the Sea Catholic CollegeTASCatholicOuter Regional70.23%
49St Helens District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional70.04%
50Wynyard High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.96%
51Deloraine High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.80%
52Cressy District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.57%
53Queechy High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional69.36%
54Ulverstone Secondary CollegeTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.27%
55Triabunna District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional69.19%
56Yolla District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.93%
57St Marys District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.82%
58Scottsdale High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.29%
59Lilydale District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.21%
60King Island District High SchoolTASGovernmentVery Remote68.06%
61Dover District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.00%
62Campania District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional68.00%
63Campbell Town District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional67.43%
64Parklands High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional67.32%
65Montrose Bay High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional66.68%
66Smithton High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional66.12%
67Bayview Secondary CollegeTASGovernmentInner Regional66.04%
68Huonville High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional66.02%
69Oatlands District High SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional65.33%
70New Norfolk High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional65.29%
71Mountain Heights SchoolTASGovernmentRemote65.22%
72Tasman District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional65.17%
73Port Dalrymple SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional65.13%
74Sorell SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional64.95%
75Glenora District SchoolTASGovernmentOuter Regional64.57%
76Cosgrove High SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional63.73%
77JRLF - Senior SchoolTASGovernmentInner Regional60.18%
78Devonport Christian SchoolTASIndependentOuter RegionalN/A
79OneSchool Global TasTASIndependentInner RegionalN/A
80Launceston Big Picture SchoolTASGovernmentInner RegionalN/A
81Indie School - GlenorchyTASIndependentInner RegionalN/A
82Indie School - DevonportTASIndependentOuter RegionalN/A

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