We take great pride in the accomplishments of our students, teachers, programs and Alumni.
Each year and every term brings about significant achievements from students in the academic, sporting, art, music and other areas of College life. They are too numerous to mention here.
For parents of enrolled students, we recognise these on Social Media pages, as well as through the Website portal, teacher emails and newsletters. You will often find stories on awarded students and the College in local and state newspapers. We update our several Honours Boards in the foyer of the College every year to celebrate the achievements of that year group and to inspire emerging generations.
Here are some of the more recent achievements enjoyed by our students.
WACSSA Interschool Athletics 2018
We are extremely proud of our Year 3 to 6 students who represented the College at the WACSSA Primary Schools Division 1 Interschool Athletics Competition on Thursday the 8th of November 2018. The event was held at the premiere athletics track in Perth at Mount Claremont. Our students competed at the highest level against the division one field from across the Perth metropolitan region. Events included 800m, 400m, 200m, 100m and Relays. Points were added to those gained from the Jumps and Throws events held at Gerry Archer Reserve in Belmont on Tuesday where our students were involved in Long Jump, Shot Put and Turbo Javelin.
Our students placed second on the day and were only 29 points behind Carey who took out 1st place. It is the highest place that we ever have achieved at this event. Well done to all of our primary students who were involved over the two days of the carnival!
We hope to continue our progress in 2019!
Australian Young Physicists Tournament 2018
Outstanding result for our students at the Australian Young Physicists Tournament 2018!!
Our students have put in an outstanding performance at the recent Australian Young Physicists Tournament held in Brisbane 2-6 December 2018. The students pitted their wits against specialist Physics programs from John Monash School of Science, Hutchins School from Tasmania, Brisbane Girls Grammar School and All Saints Anglican School from QLD. SCBC emerged as second in the 6-team tournament.
Justyn Hall, Daniel Rutherford and Anna Watts studied open-ended questions given 6 months before the tournament. They researched theory from beyond normal curriculum, conducted experiments and debated their findings in rigorous Physics debates with their opponents. The students were coached in the school’s STEM specialist program.
It was a richly rewarding experience and the students shared the following thoughts:
Anna Watts, 15 reflected that ‘The tournament was an amazing experience. I learnt so much about physics and it gave me more confidence in myself. I had a brilliant time, and I am so thankful that I was blessed with the opportunity to take part’.
Justyn Hall, 17 shared that ‘the critical thinking skills you’ll gain from making your presentation, to the public speaking and debating skills, participating grows your understanding of physics and your own character.’
Our school is most grateful for a grant awarded by the Australian government Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to support the students’ participation.
2018 was another successful year for our Football Academy.
School Sports WA, Champions Schools Grand Final.
It was a great game throughout with both teams trying to play very quick and attractive Football. There was some great talent on show and both teams were a real credit to their Football programs. After full-time we were deserved winners and were crowned champions of the School Sports WA, Champions Schools Grand Final.
Gymnastics Competition Squad
South Coast Baptist College Year 4-6 Gymnastics Competition Squad competed in our first ever Interschool Challenge. 14 of our girls competed against schools across WA and placed second overall.
School Curriculum and Standards Authority Awards
SCBC's 2016 Head Girl, Esther Watts, represented the college at the School Curriculum and Standards Authority Awards Ceremony receiving a Subject Exhibition for the highest mark in the State of Western Australia for an ATAR course; Materials, Design and Technology - Metals.