2016 VCE results – a breadth of talent

Melbourne Grammar School’s 2016 Year 12 students have capped off an outstanding year with excellent VCE results. The School is very proud of their achievements.

“The Class of 2016 worked hard and with great focus. The VCE results reflect their effort, perseverance and capabilities,” says Mr Roy Kelley, Headmaster.

The group has a particularly wide breadth of talents, reflected in numerous ways including the range of subjects in which perfect scores were attained. Four of the five top scorers (all with an ATAR of 99.8 or above) are currently performing in Europe with the School’s Symphony Orchestra.

“It is important to recognise that these outcomes would not be possible without the demonstrable care and dedication of our exceptional teaching staff, and the ongoing support of family members,” says Mr Kelley.

2016 VCE Results Highlights

  • 10% of our students are in the State’s top 1%, achieving an ATAR of 99 or above and 26% of our students are in the State’s top 5%, achieving an ATAR of 95 or above.
  • One student, Martin Lee, was one of 35 students across the State to receive the maximum ATAR of 99.95.
  • Nine students received perfect study scores of 50.  Subjects included English, History: Revolutions, Mathematical Methods, Philosophy, and Physics.
  • More than 49% of study (subject) scores were graded as A or A+.

“I commend the Class of 2016 on their VCE results, and on their significant contributions to the School and to the broader community during their time with us. I wish them well as they step into the next stage of their life,” says Mr Kelley.

The above is based upon information provided by VTAC and VCAA at the time of printing.
The Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) indicates an individual ranking against all others in Australia who finished or would have finished their secondary education in 2016.
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