VUSC congratulates the VCE and VCAL class of 2021 for their perseverance throughout two difficult years of schooling, which has led to great success.
With the past two years having been severely impacted by the uncertainty and interruptions that have emerged due to the COVID pandemic, we are pleased to celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating class in reaching the end of their secondary schooling, ready and equipped to tackle the new challenges of tertiary studies and the life in the workforce.
We commend every graduating student in the class of 2021 for their achievements and we are confident that they are well prepared to take their next steps in life.
VCE Dux and High Scorers
Congratulations to our 2021 College Dux, Zoe Beazley, who achieved an ATAR of 98.5, and our Proxime Accessit, Cassandra Davidson, who achieved a result of 96.55.
Zoe achieved strong scores across her subjects, reaching a perfect score of 50 in Extended Investigation, and 49 in English. In 2022, Zoe has received an offer for a place at the University of Melbourne, studying a Bachelor of Arts. She has also been offered a scholarship through the university.
During her first year, she’ll be taking subjects in English, Theatre Studies and Philosophy, as well as French and Calculus for her breadth. We wish Zoe all the best in her future studies and look forward to hearing about her future endeavours in the years to come.
Our Proxime Accessit, Cassandra Davidson, also achieved a perfect score of 50 in Extended Investigation, and achieved scores above 40 in all her other subjects. Having attended the college since Year 7, we are proud of Cassandra’s continued aspirations to achieve her best and her passion for learning.
In 2022, Cassandra has also received an offer to study a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne, where she will commence her studies focusing on criminology, politics, and gender studies, studying Russian as her breadth subject. She was also awarded the Hansen Scholarship through the university, which is worth over $100,000, and will provide an excellent support in Cassandra’s studies.
Other students who achieved ATARs of 90 or above include:
- Cindy Tran ATAR 93.6. In 2022, Cindy will be studying a Bachelor of Biomedicine at the University of Melbourne.
- Yan Rustambekov ATAR 92.5. In 2022, Yan will be studying a Bachelor of Nursing at Swinburne University.
- Gabriel Lovas ATAR 92.45. In 2022, Gabriel will be studying a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne.
We also congratulate the following VCAL students who have been successful in obtaining apprenticeships:
Gerard Lee Lo – Plastering Apprenticeship with Gyprock Trade
Edmond Lee Lo – Bricklaying Apprenticeship with J & A Bricklaying
Rung Thang Lawng Sang – Automotive Apprenticeship with Melton Toyota
Simon Thing Thaih – Automotive Apprenticeship with EBDC AutoTechnics
Michael Jafari – Plumbing Apprenticeship with Plum Heating and Cooling
Congratulations to all students in the Class of 2021! We wish you all the best wherever your career paths may take you.