Reports & Awards
Reports are made available electronically to parents four times a year and there are two parent teacher meetings formally scheduled.
Report showing results in each unit in relation to peers
At the end of every semester, upon request, we will provide you with written information that clearly shows your child’s achievement in the units studied in comparison to that of other students in the same unit and grade.
This information will show you the number of students in each of the achievement levels A to E.
However, due to concerns for privacy, this data will be provided upon request only when the peer group contains more than 15 students.
A tally of the student’s Days Absent and Days Late for school during the Term, is shown on each Report.
Awards or appropriate recognition will be given to students who live out the school motto “To Serve Christ”, by working to the best of their ability and helping others do the same. The Mercy College awards not only recognise students who have achieved in academic, sporting and cultural activities, but also those who use their gifts and talents to help others.
These awards are for overall academic achievement. They are determined using grades given for each unit.
Subject Area Awards
These awards are given to the top student or students in each Subject Area and are predominantly won by Year 10 students. They are determined using levels achieved and grades given for each unit.
These awards recognise students with exemplary work habits. In general, students are identified by effort ratings on reports.
This award recognises Year 10 students who have shown “outstanding community service” during their time at Mercy.
Award of Honour
An Award of Honour is presented to Year 10 students who have received an academic, diligence and community award.
Br Tom Higgins Award
This award recognises a student who has achieved and performed to an excellent level in work education and placement. This award attracts a bursary of $250.
P&F Cathy Quinn Award
This award recognises a Year 10 student who has faced challenges in their time at Mercy College and has managed to overcome these. This award attracts a bursary of $250.
This award is presented to a Year 10 student who, in the opinion of students and staff, best embodies the qualities of the school mission statement.
This award is awarded to the male and female, Year 10 student, with the most outstanding academic achievement.