We cannot forget that the last two years have presented the Class of 2021 with extraordinary challenges. They have navigated new ways of working and living as the world continues to respond to COVID-19. The challenges for the Class of 2021 have included completing much of their VCE in remote learning.
It is with a great deal of pleasure and pride that we celebrate the achievements of the Class of 2021. They have shown resilience and determination meeting each new challenge as it came along. They have shown that they are people of Mercy in their joy and courage as they navigated a changing world.
VCE Results 2021
|College Dux ATAR - Olivia Voulgaris||99.85|
|Median Study Score||32|
|Percentage of Students with a Study Score over 40||9.7|
|Percentage of Students with an ATAR above 90||18.7|
|Percentage of Students with an ATAR above 80||43.9|
Matisse Lal received a perfect score of 50 in English.
18 students were recognised with the Victorian Baccalaureate. The Victorian Baccalaureate provides an additional form of recognition to students who have studied both a higher level of Mathematics (Mathematical Methods or Specialist Mathematics) and a Language at VCE, as well as obtaining a study score of 30 or above in their English study or 33 or above for English as an Additional Language. This is a significant award, and we congratulate those students who have completed the Victorian Baccalaureate as part of their VCE.
11 students were awarded their Ïã¸ÛÁùºÏ²Ê¹ÙÍøÍøÖ· Certificates.
The 2021 Ïã¸ÛÁùºÏ²Ê¹ÙÍøÍøÖ· High Achiever is Isabella Dal Negro.
Renewed congratulations to the Class of 2021!
More information about our High Achievers can be accessed below: