The results are in, and Melbourne Grammar School’s VCE students have achieved an outstanding 91.5 median ATAR score, and 12 students received VCE Premier Awards, putting the School among the most awarded in the State.
All Year 12 students who sat for their VCE received the certificate, and 110 (or 55 per cent) students placed in the top 10 per cent overall with an ATAR of 90 or above. Furthermore 36.5 per cent of students attained an ATAR of 95 or above, meaning 73 of the School’s students are in the top 5 per cent overall.
“Our VCE students have once again provided the School with a great sense of pride. Their median score of 91.5 is a reflection of the quality of the students’ efforts throughout 2010, in particular James Ingram, Peter Lioufas and 2010 Senior School Captain Nick Fabbri (pictured with Roy Kelley), who all achieved the highest possible ATAR score of 99.95,” said Headmaster Roy Kelley.
“It’s a great credit to the boys, and Nick Fabbri deserves special praise for achieving his 99.95 score in a year where he took on the added responsibility of leading the School in his capacity as Captain,” Mr Kelley added.
“We wish all of our VCE students the best for their endeavours and look forward to welcoming them back to the School as Old Melburnians in the future.”
Click here to see a summary of Melbourne Grammar School's 2010 VCE results.