St Stephen’s bags high scores


St Stephen’s School Carramar head of secondary Brett Roberts with Talei Costello and Stuart Purdie.
St Stephen’s School Carramar head of secondary Brett Roberts with Talei Costello and Stuart Purdie.

Talei Costello, of Joondalup, was the school’s top performing student, scoring 98.95. Another 54 students scored above 90.

Carramar head of secondary Brett Roberts said the results were outstanding.

Ms Costello, who wants to study a Bachelor of Science at the University of WA, said the teachers were supportive and passionate about the subjects they taught.

Certificates of commendation: Talei Ms Costello, Stuart Purdie (Joondalup), Scott Hazebroek (Warwick), Zeidri van der Walt (Greenwood), Jacob Kerspien (Sorrento), Dayna-Shae Fairall (Duncriag), Joshua Pethick (Duncraig), Harry Brooker (Hillarys) and Amara Hughes (Yanchep). Certificates of distinction – Visual arts: Robyn McCoy (Tapping); English: Hannah Cross (Kingsley).