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Korowa Anglican Girls' School enjoys an exemplary record of academic performance across all levels of the School.

As a proudly non-selective School, our results attest to the fact that students with a broad range of abilities and interests have the opportunity to excel with a Korowa education.

We are equally proud of our students' successes outside the formal classroom setting. Korowa students have an enviable record of success across a myriad of areas from the sporting field to the design studio and the stage.

Outstanding VCE Results

Our VCE results consistently place Korowa in the top band of schools across the State.

2016 Results

  • 15% ranked in the top 1% of the state with an ATAR of 99 or above 

  • 43% ranked in the top 5% of the state with an ATAR of 95 or above 

  • 57% ranked in the top 10% after achieving an ATAR of 90 or higher

  • Korowa’s median ATAR is 93.25

Korowa’s VCE Duxes, Jennifer Gu and Elaine Xu, achieved perfect score ATARs of 99.95.

27% of students received a study score of 40 or above, across a wide range of subjects including five perfect scores in Art, Biology, English, EAL and Mathematical Methods.  

NAPLAN Results

At Korowa we firmly believe that solid literacy and numeracy skills form the basis of a sound education. Each year all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 undertake the national literacy and numeracy (NAPLAN) tests which provide an indication of student achievement in these areas.

Whilst the tests are only one measure and should therefore not be considered to provide a global picture of individual achievement, it is pleasing that Korowa students perform consistently well across all parameters.

  • Year 3 – 100% of students achieved at or above the standard results for reading, writing, spelling, grammar & punctuation and numeracy
  • Year 5 – 100% of students achieved at or above the standard results for reading, writing, spelling, grammar & punctuation and numeracy
  • Year 7 – 100% of students achieved at or above the standard results for reading, writing, spelling, grammar & punctuation and numeracy
  • Year 9 – 100% of students achieved at or above the standard results for spelling and numeracy. 99% of students achieved at or above the standard results for reading, writing and grammar & punctuation.