Congratulations to All Saints’ 2021 Dux, Kelly, who is one of 15 students across the state who has achieved the perfect score of 99.95 in this year’s ATAR results. Kelly is also to be congratulated on achieving outstanding results in all six of her courses, including 100% in French.
Kelly commenced her All Saints’ journey in 2016 as a Year 7 student and, during that time, has been an active participant in a range of cocurricular opportunities at the College, while also being awarded the leadership role of Functions Captain in her final year.
“Over six years, I have had a multitude of unique and memorable experiences from being involved in choir, interschool debating and various service programs,” says Kelly. “I was also honoured to be Functions Captain in 2021 as this opportunity enabled me to work with some incredible staff and students who have helped me develop as a leader.’
“One of the most special things about All Saints’ is its warm and welcoming environment. There is always a place for everyone in the community to belong and pursue their passions. The teachers go above and beyond to ensure that every student is catered for and their kind, caring nature makes them approachable to ask for help. This encouraged me to constantly strive to do my best, knowing that there is plenty of support available.”
In her final years at the College, Kelly studied English, Mathematics Methods, Mathematics Specialist, Chemistry, Physics and French.
“While the workload was sometimes challenging, my dedicated teachers were always happy to help, and I learnt valuable organisation and time-management skills. Through taking these subjects, my interest in the STEM fields was enhanced so I am looking forward to studying Engineering and Data Science at UWA.”
We congratulate Kelly and wish her well, and look forward to her ongoing connection with her alma mater.
“I am forever grateful for my time at All Saints’ and all the friendships and amazing experiences I have had,” says Kelly. “The College has become a second home to me so I hope that I can stay connected to the community in the future.”