The scale is from 0.0 (lowest) to 10.0 (highest) and is calculated using results from all schools across Australia. Data up to 2022.
ICSEA (Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage)
This index is derived from parents' occupation and education, geographical location and proportion of Indigenous students. The national average (middle score) is 1,000.
A higher ICSEA means the students are having a higher level of educational advantage, and vice versa.
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What are selective schools?
Selective schools are government schools which admit students based on mainly academic achievements. Students who wish to enrol to these schools need to sit for an examination. States which offer selective schools are NSW, VIC, QLD and WA. These schools very often attained top academic results.
How recent is the demographics data in Suburb Report?
All data are from the most recent census (2021).
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