Christian College is very proud of the academic achievements of the Class of 2016. The College is academically inclusive and celebrates the abilities of all of our students. We congratulate every individual in the graduating Class. They have drawn much from all that Christian College has to offer and from the support of their dedicated teachers, which has translated into excellent VCE results.
We congratulate Rosie Murphy (Dux 2016) on an outstanding ATAR of 98.15.
Other significant results include Xavier Andueza-Mossop 97.8, Erin Anderson 97.8, Darcy Ryan 97.75 and Hayley Gough 97.45. Our School Captains also achieved extremely high results: Katie Rowe 92.7 and Zachary Edwards 90.4.
Highlights include 3 students achieving perfect Study Scores of 50.
- Erin Anderson in Studio Arts.
- Rosie Murphy in Outdoor Education.
- Gemma Podbury in Music Investigation.
As well as these individual results Christian College celebrates;
- 15.4% of our students received an ATAR above 90 (compares with 10% Nationally)
- 38.5% of our students received an ATAR above 80 (compares with 20% Nationally)
- 86.5% of our students received an ATAR above 50 (compares with 50% Nationally)
This year 95 students achieved Study Scores of 40 or above and all 173 students successfully completed VCE (100%) or VCAL (100%).
Principal, Mr. Glen McKeeman said that, “Christian College is very proud of the results achieved this year by our Class of 2016. We commend the students and the staff on their wonderful work completed throughout the year. The 2016 results are our best on record, showing significant improvement in the number of students with an ATAR above 80 (38.5%) as well as those above 90 (15.4%). We are particularly pleased that 86.5% of our students have achieved an ATAR above 50 compared with the national average of 50%.”
Mr. McKeeman went on to say that “whilst these results are extremely pleasing, Christian College is aware that our students are worth far more than the score or ranking allocated today. The fine young men and women of great character, have completed the learning that really matters and I am in no doubt about them going on to make a positive difference in our world.”
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