Redlands College congratulates all Year 12 students on their results and outcomes for 2019. We are proud of all students and their achievements across so many diverse areas of school life and experience.
After many years of commitment and self-discipline, the Senior Class of 2019 has set themselves on the path to realising their aspirations for the future. We wish them God’s blessings and provision for the years ahead.
This was the last year of the OP system and the next cohort will start using the ATAR system. The new system brings Queensland in line with other states and territories in Australia, who already use the system, and to ensure student outcomes can be better understood and more easily compared.
Among the OP1 to OP3 ranked students, Tahlia Brown will be studying a double degree in Business and Arts, majoring in Japanese and Creative Writing. Sarah Christensen will study at QUT with a scholarship for a bachelor of Radiation Therapy. Daniel Ciccotosto-Camp will study a Dual Degree of Finance and Information Technology at UQ. Tanzia Erkkila will be deferring this year but has been accepted into a bachelor of Occupational Therapy at UQ. Brianna Frost will be studying a bachelor of Biomedical Science at QUT. Elizabeth Hopper will also be deferring this year but has been accepted into a Bachelor of Primary Teaching at UQ. Chloe Wilson will be moving to Perth to study a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in International Aid and Development at Murdoch University.
Absent from the group photos are:
Chloe Badrick has been accepted into a Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) and has just started a part-time position as a student pharmacist.
Senlina Mayer shares plans for further study:
"So after receiving the Vice-Chancellor’s academic excellence scholarship, I accepted my offer into my first preference, Bachelor of Design (International) - majoring in architecture at QUT. What that will involve is an architectural degree, on top of a year of exchange, where I can study electives for my course internationally (hopefully Denmark or Germany).
I am excited to start this new chapter as a member of the College of Excellence and QUT Christians such that through the support and accountability of my peers, I may thrive in my time at uni, both through my studies and as a vessel for Christ. In addition to partaking in the Leadership and Development program, the Architectural Students Society and other clubs, I will also be balancing a part-time job as a receptionist at an RTO. This next year will keep me on my toes, but I’m ready to experience the opportunities of growth and change that these new spheres of influence will provide me with."
Rebecca Long was overseas at the time of organising the photo and so couldn't comment on her endeavours.
As a college, we love our alumni and wish them the all best in their further studies and careers!