CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR CLASS OF 2017

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR CLASS OF 2017

Oakleigh Grammar is proud to announce that five students from the class of 2017 have obtained ATARs over 90. This is an outstanding result, and a record number of high achieving VCE results for the School. This group of students have all shown a determined commitment and desire to achieve success in their VCE studies throughout the year, and have been rewarded for their efforts. Their strong work ethic and diligent approach to study provide excellent role models for the younger students following them next year.

Top ATAR            93.9

Median Study Score        30

Average Study Score       30.15

40+ Results (Year 12)      15%

ATARs >90           12.5%

ATARs > 80          30%

We congratulate our Dux, Eirini Souli (93.9) who commenced her studies at Oakleigh Grammar in Year 10. Eirini faced the double challenge of both starting at a new school, and learning a new language after moving from Greece to Australia. She is planning to study in the UK next year to pursue her interest in Criminology and Law.

Close behind Eirini was Phillip Di Meo (93.05) who hopes to study Science/Engineering at Monash University and Periklis Stamatakos (92.25) who hopes to study Science at Melbourne University. The remaining members of the group are Christina Katatrioti (90.3), who will pursue her interest in Graphic Design, possibly at RMIT, and Sophia Thompson (90.25) who aims to complete an Arts Degree at Monash, and then pursue a career in Law.

Oakleigh Grammar is proud of and congratulates all our 2017 graduates who have successfully completed their VCE studies.

12.5% of the Year 12 cohort achieved study scores in a number of subjects greater than or equal to 40. The VCE teaching staff at Oakleigh Grammar work closely with each and every student to support and assist them, not only in acquiring the necessary knowledge but also to grow as individuals. They are integral to achieving such successful results.

We also have six students who were awarded the VCE Baccalaureate Certificate. The VCE (Baccalaureate) has been developed by the VCAA to recognise students who have undertaken the demands of studying both a higher level mathematics and a language in the VCE. In order to obtain this students must meet the following criteria:

complete either Units 3 and 4 sequence in English with a study score of 30 or above; or a Units 3 and 4 sequence in EAL with a study score of 33 or above;

  • a Units 3 and 4 sequence in either Mathematics Methods (CAS) or Specialist Mathematics;
  • a Units 3 and 4 sequence in a VCE Language;
  • at least two other Units 3 and 4 sequences.

 

The six students are:
Christina Katatrioti
Naoum Lazis
Luka Mugosa
Eirini Souli
Periklis Stamatakos
Leah Tamvarkis