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Academic Results 2016

Staff of Te Puke High School started the year by celebrating the great results achieved by our senior students in NCEA.

Provisional NCEA results show that:

88.3% of Year 11 students achieved NCEA Level 1.
94.9% of Year 12 students achieved NCEA Level 2.
83.5% of Year 13 students achieved NCEA Level 3.

Year 11 Level 1 Achievement

Performance highlights of Year 11 students include:
Males (88%) & Females (89%).
Māori (87%), Māori Male (88%) and Māori Female (87%).
NZ European (87%), NZ European Males (87%), NZ European Females (88%).
Pascifika (82%), Pascifika Males (78%), Pascifika Females (100%).
Asian (100%), Asian Males (100%), Asian Females (88%).

 

Year 12 Level 2 Achievement

Performance highlights of Year 12 students include:
Males (92%) & Females (98%).
Māori (95%), Māori Male (91%), Māori Female (100%).
NZ European (94%), NZ European Males (90%), NZ European Females (97%).
Pascifika (100%), Pascifika Males (100%), Pascifika Females (100%).
Asian (100%), Asian Males (100%), Asian Females (100%).

 

Year 13 Level 3 Achievement

Performance highlights of Year 13 students include:
Males (82%), Females (85%).
Māori (84%), Māori Male (80%), Māori Female (86%).
NZ European (83%), NZ European Females (86%).
Asian (93%), Asian Males (100%), Asian Females (88%).

 

NCEA Level 1, 2 and 3 Achievement Trends

Students, staff, the Board of Trustees, parents/caregivers and the community can be proud of these great results.  The challenge to all our current Year 11, 12 and 13 students is to use the school’s core values to focus on continual improvement of the learning and achievment.  Through doing so our current senior students will continue to improve on this performance.