St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School in Australian Education Awards Finals (Again!)

Photo Credit : Facebook/St Margaret's Anglican Girls School

St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School is once again proving its mettle, appearing as one of the finalists in three different categories of the prestigious Australian Education Awards 2020.

The elite Ascot school has made it to the finals for Best STEM Program and has made a repeat appearance in the roster of finalists for Boarding School of the Year, which it won in 2019.

Photo Credit: Facebook/St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School

Its popular principal, Ros Curtis, is also a finalist for Principal of the Year (non-government category) for the second consecutive year.


 
 


Photo Credit: Facebook/St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School

St Margaret’s has annually flexed its academic muscles as it proves itself to be one of Queenslands top schools. From 2017 to 2019, the school has placed within the Top 15 schools in the state across all four NAPLAN categories (Years 3, 5, 7, and 9). Its students topped the Year 3 category of the 2019 NAPLAN in Queensland, no mean feat indeed.

The school has also been given Innovative School awards for 2018 and 2019, for its leading academic advising program and for a program called St Margaret’s Plus, created to recognise and develop students’ skills beyond just the normal academic assessment track.

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“To be a finalist in three categories truly speaks to the good work being done by all members of staff, as well as the contribution the girls and their families make to the overall fabric of the school,” Principal Curtis said.

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The winners will be announced on the 6th of November at a gala awards ceremony in Sydney.