Celebrating AcademicAchievements

At St Joseph’s School, we celebrate our students’ achievement and encourage them to aspire to their best. From remarkable scholarships to high ATAR results, sports and musical triumphs we are dedicated to nurturing well-rounded individuals who will make their mark.

Our unwavering commitment to academic excellence shines through in every facet of our educational journey. We proudly recognise and reward excellence through Excellence Awards, a tradition that celebrates the outstanding accomplishments of our students. These awards are not just about academic achievement but also acknowledge qualities like leadership, perseverance, and a passion for learning.

Our unique Team Spirit Points system fosters a sense of camaraderie and encourages students to collaborate, and at the end of each year, we proudly present the Team Spirit Award to the student who accumulates the most points.

Beyond the classroom, our students have excelled in interschool and state-level sports competitions, as well as artistic endeavours, showcasing their exceptional skills and determination.

We take pride in our successful scholarship applicants who have gone on to achieve great heights. Our commitment to academic excellence is further exemplified by our students’ exceptional ATAR results. We are dedicated to nurturing not only academic prowess but also well-rounded individuals ready to make a positive impact in the world.

Highest ATAR AchievementsThe Last 5 Years







2023DUX Achievement

Braden Windsor

Braden, during 2023, held the roles of Senior Leader and Music Captain, played the lead role, ‘Wonka’, in the School Musical, ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. At the End of the Year Awards Ceremony, Braden was awarded the St Mary of the Angels Christian Leadership Award, the Caltex All-Rounder Award, Dux of Chemistry, Mathematical Methods, Specialist Mathematics and Spiritualities, Religion and Meaning.

Braden’s achievements extended beyond the school environment, as he balanced his studies with a part-time job, played in the Port Lincoln City Band, played soccer and enjoyed taking on music gigs of his own.

In 2024, Braden will be staying at Aquinas College and intends to study Engineering at the University of Adelaide.


2023 GraduatesPerformance


SACE Completion


Grades in A and B Bands


Achieved first University preference

Principal presenting award to secondary student
Student with parents at School Awards Ceremony