Humanities students across Years 7 - 9 tested their geographical skills and knowledge in the 2022 Australian Geography Competition earlier this year. The multiple-choice test was delivered through the Education Perfect platform. We have recently received the results and were very pleased with how OLMC students have performed.

Nearly 70,000 students from across more than 600 schools entered the Australian Geography Competition this year. They were tested across the three cognitive domains of knowing, applying and reasoning. Students used the stimulus materials and their own geographic understanding to analyse, synthesise and generalise often in unfamiliar and complex contexts. The Competition aims to encourage student interest in Geography. It is an important subject bringing together the physical and human dimensions of our environments, helping students to develop a deeper understanding of the world and its challenges.

We had a number of students receive high distinctions and distinctions.

High Distinction:

Charlotte M.Year 7 (7AAP)
Giselle R.Year 7 (7JBR)
Ava D.Year 7 (7JBR)
Phoebe T.Year 8 (8MKY)


Sienna C.Year 7 (7AAP)
Mila G.Year 7 (7TLA)
Mietta T.Year 7 (7LSA)
Scarlett V.Year 7 (7TLA)
Evangeline K.Year 7 (7TLA)
Grace RYear 7 (7TLA)
Ava L.Year 8 (8MWA)

Rosemary Jones
Humanities Learning Leader

Ava D. - Year 7 (7JBR)
Phoebe T. Year 8 (8MKY)