Vermont Secondary College is one of the top rating government secondary colleges in Victoria as measured by The Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) scores. Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) results are significantly above State and ‘Like’ (similar demographics) school averages. School performance data can also be view from Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority and My School sites.

Congratulations to the VCE class of 2019 for an outstanding set of results which arrived at the school yesterday.

Our Dux, Preet Patel, achieved a study score of 99.9 whilst four other students also achieved a study score above 99. (Top 1% in the state)

 Almost 25% of students received ATARs above 90 (top 10% of the state) while nearly 51% received ATARs above 80 putting them in the top 20% of the state of some 46,000+ students in Victoria.

70.68% of our students received an ATAR above 70 placing them in the top 30% of the state. The mean Study score of 32.11 is the best we have achieved in several years but this figure has been steadily improving over the last 3 years.

More information will come out to the school community early Term One, 2020, when we have a chance to fully analyse the results.

Well done to the students, families and to everybody at the college involved with these students over the last six years! A fantastic result!

 

2019 VCE Results

ATAR Score Number of students in each range Total no. of students at each range Percentage of 174 Year 12 VSC Students State-Wide Placement – Top
99 and above 5 5 2.87 1
98 and above 5 10 5.74 2
97 and above 1 11 6.32 3
96 and above 3 14 8.04 4
95 and above 5 19 10.91 5
90 and above 24 43 24.71 10
85 and above 19 62 35.63 15
80 and above 26 88 50.57 20
75 and above 16 104 59.77 25
70 and above 19 123 70.68 30
65 and above 9 132 75.86 35
60 and above 7 139 79.88 40
50 and above 18 157 90.22 50

 

Mean Study Score: 32.11

% of Scores above 40: 10.27

 

2018 VCE results

Range 2018 Total number of 2018 students within range Number of VSC students that achieved within each range % of 189 Year 12 VSC Students State-Wide Placement = Top
99 and above 1 1 0.53% 1%
98 and above 5 4 3% 2%
97 and above 8 3 4% 3%
96 and above 13 5 7% 4%
95 and above 16 3 8% 5%
90 and above 31 15 16% 10%
85 and above 47 16 29% 15%
80 and above 65 18 34% 20%
75 and above 79 14 42% 25%
70 and above 96 17 51% 30%
65 and above 111 15 59% 35%
60 and above 134 23 71% 40%
50 and above 154 20 82% 50%

 

 

2017 VCE results

Range 2017 Number of VSC students that achieved within each range Total number of 2017 students within range % of 162 Year 12 VSC students State-wide Placement- Top
98+ 7 7 4% 2%
95+ 4 11 7% 5%
90+ 14 25 15% 10%
85+ 13 38 23% 15%
80+ 15 53 33% 20%
75+ 17 70 43% 25%
70+ 15 85 52% 30%
65+ 13 98 60% 35%
60+ 9 107 66% 40%

 

  • There were 5 perfect Study scores of 50 achieved – Specialist Maths Year 12 student, Accounting Year 11 student, Economics Year 12 student and two in Further Maths (a Year 12 & Year 10 student) which backs on to the three perfect study scores in this subject in 2016.
  • An average Study Score of 31
  • Number of Year 12 Study scores over 40 (Top 9% of students in the State) = 71 students
  • Percentage of Study Scores over 40 = 8.3%
  • Over a third of our Year 12 students finished in the top 20% of the State
  • 52% of the Year 12 cohort finished in the top 30% of the State
  • 3 Year 12 students achieved an ATAR above 99 = 99.75 Dux, 99.65 & 99.15
  • 11 Year 12 students achieved an ATAR above 95 = top 5% of the State
  • 25 Year 12 students achieved an ATAR above 90 = top 10% of the State
  • Percentage of satisfactory VCE completions 100%
  • Percentage of VET units of competence completed 99%
  • Students awarded the VCE Baccalaureate 17
  • 84 Year 11 students completed a total of 90 unit 3 & 4’s. The average Study Score was 32.8
  • 6 Year 10 students completed a total of 6 unit 3 & 4’s. The average Study Score was 37.2