We are delighted and proud to share some highlights of another year of outstanding VCE and VCAL achievements.
Highlights in summary:
- 15% of students attained an ATAR over 90
- 40% of students attained an ATAR over 80
- Median Study Score of 31
- 30% students attained scores of 35 or higher
- All VCAL students graduated and completed VET studies
At Mater Christi College we recognise that not every student’s story is told by the ATAR; we are proud that our pathways approach to learning provides a breadth of opportunities for everyone. At the same time, we know that for those students whose goal is university, the ATAR remains a significant part of their senior studies. We therefore congratulate those students whose commitment to their studies has resulted in them reaching their goal ATAR, and ultimately the tertiary course of their choice.
These results are testament to the commitment of students and their families during COVID-impacted learning. They have shown perseverance and determination and we are so proud of you all for completing your VCE and VCAL qualifications.
As Principal, I continue to feel proud of the way our dedicated teachers provide learning opportunities and wellbeing support to senior students during their final year of study. We know these results don’t come about in one year, so I wish to recognise all teachers from Year 7 to 11 who assisted students in their learning journeys.
Once again, our students show the advantages of an all-girls education; at Mater Christi each student can strive to be her own kind of girl in a supportive and challenging environment.
We congratulate College Dux, Madison Zapanta who attained an ATAR of 98.05 including scores of 47 in Biology and 41 in English Language.
We also congratulate other high ATAR achievers, who all attained ATAR results over 90 – Talia Laurence, Jasmine Andrews, Bronya Robinson, Susoen Hellier, Alana Spiteri, Daisy Pritchard, Matilda Kennedy, Jessie Thomas, Madeline Attalla, Ava Grimes and Catalina Macfarlane.
Our VCAL Dux for 2022 is Viveca Kleinert.
Enormous congratulations to the Class of 2022. You have achieved remarkable things this year. You have overcome great challenges to become informed, compassionate and creative young women, ready to pursue your dreams.