As students settle back into class after the summer holidays, many members of the graduating classes from 2015 across our Lasallian schools are now taking up places in prestigious university courses.
This is particularly true for the 2015 class from St Michael's College in Adelaide.
54 students received an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) over 90 and 117 students received an ATAR of over 80.
The College Dux Stephanie Laden achieved an ATAR of 99.9 with four merits in Chemistry, Mathematical Studies, Research Project B and Specialist Mathematics.
Oakhill College in Sydney also continued its long tradition of academic excellence in 2015.
48 students received an ATAR over 90 and five students scored 98 or above.
The graduating class from St Bede's College Mentone also achieved some outstanding results.
21 students achieved an ATAR over 90 and another 35 students achieved an ATAR of over 80.
Congratulations to St Bede's College Dux, Rory Lawrence on achieving an outstanding ATAR of 99.15.
Graduates from Southern Cross College, Scarborough also excelled with Emily Marty,Julian Pepper and Jane Sykes all achieving Queensland's top tertiary entrance score, an OP 1.
Across the Tasman in New Zealand, John Paul College Rotorua's class of 2015 performed well with results well above the national average in the National Certificate of Educational Achievement.
And in Papua New Guinea, Jubilee Catholic Secondary School continued its strong academic tradition, with over 40 of its final year students gaining entry to PNG universities and vocational training institutions.