High Academic Results for Moreton Bay Boys’ College

18 December 2016

Moreton Bay Boys’ College continued to achieve very high academic results maintaining a long tradition of academic excellence. We congratulate our senior boys on their commitment and dedication and we acknowledge with gratitude their teachers and parents who worked so effectively with each student.

We also extend our sincere appreciation to parents, for your openness to selecting the pathways best suited to your sons and your support in working with us to provide the best outcomes.
The following table highlights the high performance of the class of 2016.


OP 1 6.45%
OP 1 -5 32.26%
OP 1- 10 48.39%
OP 1-15 90.32%


We recognise and congratulate these boys who are the School’s highest achievers in 2016:

  • OP 1 – Thomas Graham, Nicholas Thompson
  • OP 2 – Daniel Allsopp, Tavis Bancroft
  • OP 3 – Lachlan Deer, Michael Leonard, Alexander Smith
Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority data shows that Moreton Bay Boys’ College has performed above the State percentage in the QCS testing as indicated below. This is a pleasing result and one we are sure the boys will appreciate following their diligent application during the QCS Test.
  • QCS A or B for OP eligible students  (MBBC) = 58%
  • QCS A or B for OP eligible students (State) = 47.5%

Moreton Bay Boys’ College believes in the fundamental principle that all students have the right to be educated to their fullest potential, encouraging each boy to be the best he can be. We are thrilled to report that 97% of our students have graduated with a Queensland Certificate of Education and either an OP or VET qualifications.

The best education outcome for each individual student is always the main objective.  Our educational pathways therefore acknowledge those students who participate in alternative study programs to ensure their individual success and access to tertiary education.

We extend our best wishes and hope that you embrace the opportunities that lie before you on the next stage of your journey in 2017.

Well done!


Mr James Sloman

Executive Principal

Moreton Bay College | Moreton Bay Boys’ College




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