EP Global Languages Championships

competition·March 2021

The EP Languages Championships (EPLC) are a free event where students can compete at their own ability level. This competition is designed to help boost your students’ personal learning journey, engage the students with curriculum-aligned content, and motivate them to compete on an international stage.

This competition has now finished!
THANK YOU to all who participated, and a BIG congratulations to all of you!

Here are the official results:

Top School:

  • McKinnon Secondary College, Melbourne (VIC, AUS) — 656,590 points (1,436,651 questions answered)

Top Student Award:

  • Nimish S, Kerikeri High School (NZL) — 60,000 points (102,102 questions answered)

FULL SCOREBOARD SUMMARY

Top 5 Countries:

  1. Australia, 31,796,809 points
  2. New Zealand, 7,636,855 points
  3. United Arab Emirates, 1,602,541 points
  4. Malaysia, 1,018,423 points
  5. United Kingdom, 747,107 points

Top 5 Schools Overall:

  1. McKinnon Secondary College, Melbourne (VIC, AUS) — 656,590 points (1,436,651 questions answered)
  2. Cashmere High School, Christchurch (NZL) — 601,477 points (1,370,086 questions answered)
  3. Amaroo School (ACT, AUS) — 580,817 points (1,435,432 questions answered)
  4. The British International School, Abu Dhabi (AD, ARE) — 429,993 points (951,811 questions answered)
  5. The Alice Smith School, Malaysia (MYS) — 410,892 points (928,072 questions answered)

Top School in Each Category:

  • 1-50 students, Corinda State High School, Brisbane (QLD, AUS) — 256,539 points
  • 51-100 students, Renmark High School (SA, AUS) — 120,787 points
  • 101-250 students, Benowa State High School, Gold Coast (QLD, AUS) — 278,522 points
  • 251-500 students, Campbell High School, Canberra (ACT, AUS) — 361,509 points
  • 501-1,000 students, Cashmere High School, Christchurch (NZL) — 601,477 points
  • 1,001-2,500 students, McKinnon Secondary College, Melbourne (VIC, AUS) — 656,590 points
  • 2,501-10,000 students, Brisbane State High School, South Brisbane (QLD, AUS) — 183,930 points

Top 5 States of Australia:

  1. Victoria, 8,708,474 points
  2. New South Wales, 7,334,442 points
  3. Queensland, 6,954,471 points
  4. Western Australia, 4,782,842 points)
  5. Australian Capital Territory, 1,849,155 points

Top 5 Students Overall:

  1. Nimish S, Kerikeri High School (NZL) — 60,000 points (102,102 questions answered)
  2. Anthony M, Catholic Regional College, North Keilor (VIC, AUS) — 56,652 points (105,360 questions answered)
  3. Jordaan D, All Saints Anglican School, Gold Coast (QLD, AUS) — 56,376 points (177,697 questions answered)
  4. Luka M, McKinnon Secondary College, Melbourne (VIC, AUS) — 46,666 points (76,132 questions answered)
  5. Manojavam M, Whitsunday Anglican School, Mackay (QLD, AUS) — 43,501 points (71,955 questions answered)

Top Student in Each Subject:

  • Spanish: Nimish S, Kerikeri High School (NZL) — 22,903 points
  • Māori: Amber-Leigh E, Te Herenga Waka o Orewa (NZL) — 7,989 points
  • Japanese: Audrey K, St. Hilda’s School, Southport (QLD, AUS) — 22,607 points
  • Chinese: Audrey K, St. Hilda’s School, Southport (QLD, AUS) — 11,945 points
  • Greek: Jayda L, Renmark North Primary School (SA, AUS) — 8,441 points
  • Russian: JuliaT S, St. Ives High School, St Ives (NSW, AUS) — 8,531 points
  • German: Poorvansh S, Viewbank College, Melbourne (VIC, AUS) — 18,505 points
  • Indonesian: Lovenia A, Rehoboth Christian College, Perth (WA, AUS) — 25,002 points
  • Italian: Charleene N, Killester College, Melbourne (VIC, AUS) — 15,639 points
  • Hebrew: Alma S, McKinnon Secondary College, Melbourne (VIC, AUS) — 2,237 points
  • Latin: Christian D, Regents Park Christian School (NSW, AUS) — 5,556 points
  • Malay: Yu Ning C, Nord Anglia International School, Hong Kong (HKG) — 5,521 points
  • French: Setayesh R, Al Salam Community School, Dubai (ARE) — 21,864 points
  • Arabic: Sama B, Al Salam Community School, Dubai (ARE) — 13,637 points

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