Celebrating Year 12 2021

We are delighted and proud to share some highlights of another year of outstanding VCE and VCAL achievements.

Highlights in summary:

13% of students attained an ATAR over 90
47% of students attained an ATAR over 80
Median Study Score of 32
47 students attained scores of 40 or higher
2 students attained Study Scores of 50
All VCAL students graduated and completed VET studies

These results are testament to the commitment of students and their families during these extraordinary two years of COVID-affected learning.

World Championship Cheerleading

Ever wondered what it takes to get to world championship level Cheerleading – and win? Charli and Sienna can tell you!

These resilient, hardworking MCC students recently competed, with their Cheer team – Outlaw Kelly Girls, in the Virtual Cheer World Championships, coming 1st place in the International All Girl Open Level 6.

A huge achievement, by any measure, but particularly given a number of setbacks due to the COVID pandemic.

2020 Premier’s VCE Award winners

Two Mater Christi College students from the Class of 2020 have received Premier’s VCE Awards for outstanding achievement.

Lillie (left) and Lucy (right) both achieved a perfect score (50) in subjects last year - Lillie for History Revolutions and Lucy for Outdoor Education and Environmental Science.

Hansen Scholarship recipient

We are very proud to report that Year 12 student Emma is among 20 students from around Australia to be awarded the prestigious Hansen Scholarship from the University of Melbourne for 2022.

The Scholarship includes tuition, accommodation and access to mentoring, development and other support programs.

The benefits of leadership and an all-girls education

Opportunities for leadership, and an all-girls education contributed to Lillie's confidence and success in secondary school

Leadership has been a constant for 2020 College Co-Captain and Dux, Lillie.

In her early years at Mater Christi Lillie was Middle School SoJuST Captain.

Motivation and attitude go a long way

A willingness to step outside her comfort zone and being naturally motivated ensured a positive secondary school journey for Shivangi

When Shivangi was accepted into the Monash University Young Scholars Program in Year 10, she knew it was the beginning of good things to come.

Passion and opportunity combine

Following her passion and taking up all the opportunities open to her, helped Louise develop and grow throughout her studies.

Since starting at Mater Christi in Year 7, Louise’s philosophy has been to take all the opportunities that come her way.

Subject choice is key

A broad range of subjects kept Millie engaged and focused

Subject choice has been the key to Millie’s success, ensuring she stayed engaged and willing to put in the hard work.

She chose a variety of subjects from music and drama to chemistry and mathematical methods which kept her days interesting and varied.

Destined to dance

Emily's love of dance was supported and nurtured during her time at Mater Christi.

Emily lives and breathes dancing. She says Mater Christi provided wonderful opportunities to develop and foster her love of dance, including participation in cheer, pom and VCE Dance.