December 2011

2011 VCE results


Melbourne Grammar School's VCE students have achieved a commendable 89.8 median ATAR score, and seven students achieved the maximum possible ATAR of 99.95.

All 209 Year 12 students who presented for the VCE this year have been awarded the Certificate, with 33 per cent of MGS students attaining an ATAR of 95 or above. This means that 69 of the School's students are in the top five per cent in the nation.

"Melbourne Grammar School is extremely proud of the VCE results achieved by its Year 12 students. Their median score of 89.8 is a reflection of the students' academic efforts made throughout 2011, as well as a fine indication of the quality of the Melbourne Grammar School teaching staff," said Headmaster Roy Kelley.

"We are especially proud of the seven boys, Bernard Shan, Walter Myer, Nicholas Tang, Cameron Venus, Headmaster Roy Kelley, Colin Lu, Fergus Peace and Henry Li [pictured above, L to R with Headmaster Roy Kelley], who achieved the highest possible ATAR score of 99.95. This superb academic achievement will hopefully spur them on to become leaders who will help create a prosperous, healthy, safe and ethical society in the future," Mr Kelley added.

"We wish our 2011 VCE students all the very best for their future endeavours, and thank them for their hard work throughout their time at the School. I look forward to welcoming them back as Old Melburnians in the future."

Click here to see a summary of Melbourne Grammar School's 2011 VCE results.


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