Vermont Secondary College congratulates all our students on the fantastic results they have achieved in 2021, with so much of the last two years of your VCE studies, being via remote learning. It is a credit to you and to the support and teaching staff at Vermont Secondary College.

Congratulations to Mitchell Cann with a perfect study score of 99.95.

Highlights include –

  1. 26.63% or 53 of the VCE cohort of 199 students finished in the top 10% of the state of more than 50,723 VCE students.
  2. 50.75% or 101 of the VCE cohort of 199 students finished in the top 20% of the state of more than 50,723 students.
  3. 71.36% or 142 of the VCE cohort of 199 students finished in the top 30% of the state of more than 50,723 VCE students.
  4. 84.92% or 169 of the VCE cohort of 199 students finished in the top 40% of the state of more than 50,723 VCE students.

Extremely pleasing is the fact that over half of our 2022 cohort, 50.75% or 101 students finished in the top 20% of the state of approximately 50,000 VCE students by achieving an ATAR score over 80 while fifty-three students, over a quarter of our cohort, achieved ATAR scores over 90.

Twenty-four of our students achieved a study score of 95+ with Mitchell Cann achieving Dux with a study score of 99.95 closely followed by Allison Lawrence 99.55, Alannah Dawson 99.35, and Thomas Pugh 99.25

The most pleasing statistic is the fact that 84.92% (169) of our cohort of 199 students have achieved an ATAR above 60, placing them in the top 40% of the state of approximately 50,000 VCE students.

Congratulations to the class of 2022 on fantastic overall results.

The following table below gives the college community a snapshot of our student’s impressive results.

VCE Class of 2021 Number of VSC students that achieved within each range Total number of VSC students above each range % of 199 Year 12 VSC Students State-Wide Placement = Top %

Study Score

99 and above

4 4 2.01

1

98 and above

5 9 4.52

2

97 and above

6 15 7.54

3

96 and above

7 22 11.06

4

95 and above

2 24 12.06

5

90 and above

29 53 26.63

10

85 and above

23 76 38.19

15

80 and above

25 101 50.75

20

75 and above

20 121 60.80 25
70 and above 21 142 71.36

30

65 and above

14 156 78.39 35
60 and above 13 169 84.92

40

50 and above 16 185 92.96

50

 

  • 2021 Median Study Score = 31.692021 – Percentage of VSC VCE study scores of 40 (top 8% of the State) and over = 9.8%

    VSC VCE Data 2013 to 2021 –

    2013

    31.81 2014 31.19 2015 31.03

    2016

    30.22 2017 30.70 2018

    31.17

    2019 32.11 2020 31.45 2021

    31.69

     

    The college is always extremely proud of our highest performing students but we are equally proud of all students who have achieved individual excellence by achieving their goals. As a non-select entry school Vermont Secondary College is extremely proud of its ability to cater for all students wishing to continue on into Year 12. In some cases a student’s result can be against extremely difficult personal circumstances.

    Congratulations to all VCE students and their families, the Senior School Leadership Team and all our Year 12 teachers on providing a quality education for our students. I also thank all staff within the college who have been involved in the teaching and development of the class of 2022 over the last six years. Particular thanks to the staff involved with the students over the last 2 years!

    Thank you to all the Year 12 students who actively involved themselves in the student leadership program, despite limitations over the 2 year VCE program in a wide range of areas. Thanks to the House Captains – Alanah Khor & Oliver Carse representing Hotham, Felicity Monk & Mike Yong representing Macedon and Ellie Ryan & Oskar Tsaloumas representing Stirling. Thanks also to the two School Captains, Ellie and Mike, for all their support of the college through their leadership role.

    I trust students are pleased with their individual performance and that further opportunities will now be available to you so that you can pursue your goals and dreams. I wish you all the best for the years ahead and thank you for your contribution to Vermont Secondary College. Well done!