We are delighted and proud to share some highlights of the achievements of the Class of 2019.
We commend all of our students for their personal achievements over their final year of secondary education, regardless of ATAR. We recognise that each student has a unique story of individual challenges and diverse learning goals.
While we celebrate particularly those with excellent academic results, we are equally proud that each is prepared for the next phase of her life and learning journey.
Our students have again achieved some excellent results across a broad range of academic and vocational programs with outstanding personal achievements. All students completed their VCE or VCAL qualification.
We congratulate College Dux, Jessica Taffe who attained an ATAR of 98.1 with scores of: Business Management 50, English Language 43, Further Maths 43, Psychology 42, Maths Methods 32 and Chemistry 32.
We also congratulate other high ATAR achievers, Kirsten Andrich, Georgia Robinson, Zoe Kouris, Sera Long, Charlotte Buckingham Brown and Chioma Anyadoro who all attained ATAR results over 90.
In other outstanding achievements, two students attained the highest possible Study Score of 50, Jessica Taffe in Business Management and India Griffiths (Year 11) in Studio Arts.
Our VCAL High Achiever for 2019, Monique Bast has also been nominated for the VCAA VCAL Student Achievement Award.
Other highlights in summary:
- 29% of students attained an ATAR over 80
- Median ATAR of 72.6
- Median Study Score of 31
- 31 study scores of 40 or higher
- Study scores of 40 or higher in 13 different studies
- 25 students attained scores of 40 or higher
- Mullum Cluster VET Awards in 6 different fields
- Seasons of Excellence Shortlist: Vanessa Mackey - Design Technology
Again, we congratulate the Class of 2019 knowing that they are ready to grasp new opportunities and confidently embark on the next stages of their lives.