Five students achieved the highest possible ATAR of 99.95 in 2018. Fifty per cent of our students reached an ATAR of 90 or more, placing them in the top 10% in the State.
In summing up their achievements, Headmaster Mr Roy Kelley stated: “My congratulations go to the Class of 2018. Their talent, perseverance and sheer hard work has led to some outstanding ATAR scores and I am delighted for them and their families.”
“VCE results only ever tell part of the story and the Class of 2018 can also be justifiably proud of their broader contribution to the School community,” added Mr Kelley.
“This cohort was a particularly cohesive group of young men and I commend them on the manner in which they upheld the School values.”
“I would also like to pay tribute to the teaching staff who have worked with the students throughout their time at Melbourne Grammar. The capability and dedication of our VCE teachers certainly has a very significant impact on individual and collective results,” says Mr Kelley. “However, it is also important to acknowledge those staff who have laid the groundwork for these results in earlier years.”
“As the Class of 2018 step into new challenges and opportunities, they each take with them my finest wish for a happy and successful life,” says Mr Kelley.
Median ATAR: 90.1
- 15% of our students were in the State’s top 1%, having achieved an ATAR of 99 or above
- 32% of our students were in the State’s top 5%, having achieved an ATAR of 95 or above
Twelve students received perfect study scores of 50 in one or more subjects:
- Harry Campbell – English
- Hugh Dunlop – Environmental Science, Further Mathematics
- Enoch Fan – Literature
- Max Fisher – Philosophy
- Austin Haynes – English, French, Literature
- Marcus Jones – Environmental Science
- Lachlan King – English, Philosophy
- Spencer Liapakis – English
- Matthew Olney-Fraser – Art
- William Saba – Mathematics Methods
- Andrew Shen – Physics
- Antony Tragas – Business Management