Attainment Profiles and Direct Continuation Data

2016 data now available

These reports provide information related to student retention and attainment from Year 10 to Year 12 in Tasmania.

Attainment profiles for students in Year 12 have been provided on the following pages for schools and colleges with at least 5 students in Year 12.

Direct Continuation data for students in Year 10 in a school with at least 5 students, with data showing their subsequent participation and attainment in Years 11 and 12, irrespective of where they undertook these studies in Tasmanian schools or Registered Training Organisations.

Comparisons to the previous four years are shown including a trend indicator to highlight patterns over time, based on longer term (five years) and shorter term (two years) trends.

Supporting explanatory information is also available for download.

2016 Support Material 2016 - Supporting information to help with the interpretation of the data profiles
(Updated Jun 28, 2017)
2015 Support Material 2015 - Supporting information to help with the interpretation of the data profiles
(Updated Jun 8, 2016)
Supporting material Supporting information to help with interpretation of the data profiles (prior to 2015)
(Updated Aug 13, 2010)
Explanation An explanation of each of the data elements in the profile reports (prior to 2015)
(Updated Aug 13, 2010)

Schools available are :-

Bayview Secondary CollegeMountain Heights School
Bothwell District High SchoolNew Norfolk High School
Brooks High SchoolNew Town High School
Burnie High SchoolNewstead Christian School
Calvin Christian SchoolNewstead College
Campania District SchoolNorth West Christian School
Campbell Town District High SchoolOakwood School
Cape Barren Island SchoolOatlands District High School
Circular Head Christian SchoolOgilvie High School
Claremont CollegeParklands High School
Clarence High SchoolPenguin District School
Community Christian AcademyPort Dalrymple School
Cosgrove High SchoolProspect High School
Cressy District High SchoolQueechy High School
Deloraine High SchoolReece High School
Devonport High SchoolRiverside High School
Dominic CollegeRose Bay High School
Don CollegeRosebery District High School
Dover District High SchoolRosny College
Eastside Lutheran CollegeSacred Heart College
Elizabeth CollegeScotch Oakburn College
Emmanuel Christian SchoolScottsdale High School
Exeter High SchoolSeabrook Christian School
Fahan SchoolSheffield School
Flexible LearningSmithton High School
Flinders Island District High SchoolSorell School
Geeveston District High SchoolSouthern Christian College
Geneva Christian CollegeSt Aloysius Catholic College
Glenora District SchoolSt Brendan Shaw College
Guilford Young CollegeSt Helens District High School
Hellyer CollegeSt James College
Herrick Presbyterian Covenant SchoolSt Marys College
Hilliard Christian SchoolSt Marys District School
Hobart CollegeSt Michaels Collegiate School
Huonville High SchoolSt Patrick's College
John Calvin SchoolSt Virgil's College
JRLF - Senior SchoolStar of the Sea Catholic College
King Island District High SchoolTaroona High School
Kings Meadows High SchoolTarremah Steiner School
Kingston High SchoolTasman District School
Lambert SchoolTasmanian Academy
Latrobe High SchoolTasmanian eSchool
Launceston Big Picture SchoolTasmanian Polytechnic
Launceston Christian SchoolThe Friends School
Launceston Church GrammarThe Hutchins School
Launceston CollegeTriabunna District School
Leighland Christian SchoolTrinity College
Lilydale District High SchoolUlverstone High School
MacKillop Catholic CollegeWinnaleah District High School
Marist Regional CollegeWoodbridge School
Montrose Bay High SchoolWynyard High School
Mount Carmel CollegeYolla District High School
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