VCE & VCAL RESULTS

The College would like to congratulate all of our VCE and VCAL students on their results for 2018

We are extremely proud to share an overview of our VCE results with the College community. In another year of success and academic achievement, 120 students successfully completed their VCE this year and 6 students completed a VCAL senior certificate. In particular, congratulations to our 2018 College Dux, Robert Northby.  Robert achieved an outstanding ATAR of 99.55. He studied English, Mathematical Methods, Specialist Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Further Mathematics. Robert was the College Community Service Captain.  He was the winner of the Foundation Scholarship. Robert has received Academic and Sport School Colours. Robert is interested in pursuing Actuarial Studies at university.

The following students who gave permission also achieved ATARs above 90; Emrah Takar 97.75 Lachlan Ward 96.35 Dilara Aydin 94.95 Phoebe Del Rosario 94.45 Jessie Sassine 93.35 Paul Kerr 90.75 The median ATAR was 64.6. With 23 % of students achieving ATARs over 80 and 42% of students achieving ATARs over 70.   There were 30 study scores greater than 40, placing those students in the top 9% of students in the state as well as  three perfect study scores of 50 in Specialist Maths, Physics and Business Management.  Studies where students achieved scores of 40 or greater were in  Specialist Maths, Physics, mathematical Methods, Business Management, Physical Education, English, Media, further Mathematics Legal Studies, VET Music Tech, VET Music Performance, VET Business, Psychology, studio Arts, VET Sport and Recreation,   These study score results show the importance of students given the opportunity to follow their interests and celebrates a culture of high expectation in a large range of subjects. We proudly celebrate the success of all our students who have given their best effort during their time at the College and thank the students, their families and teaching staff for their hard work.  Success is a measure of the work ethic and contributions made. The College Careers Counsellors will now be supporting students as they finalise their tertiary choices, seek apprenticeships, seek employment or take a gap year.