Congratulations to our 2019 VCE Cohort
VCE Results 2019
We are delighted to congratulate all our 2019 Year Twelves for the incredible depth and breadth of achievement they have achieved. It has been a privilege to work with such a dedicated Year Twelve in 2019, our largest VCE cohort in the school’s short history. With over 40 VCE Subject offerings this year, our students have broadened and developed their knowledge and skill set, as well as actively and positively participated in our Prep to Year Twelve learning culture.
Adam Hurst earned an ATAR of 99.1, an incredible testament to the diligence and industry required at VCE. Due to travels in Europe, we have not had the chance to celebrate with him just yet!
Tom Newton also excelled, with an ATAR of 97.55, to be the Proxime Accessit for 2019.
To have just on a quarter of our cohort rank in the top 20% of the State is a wonderful achievement for our students who travel each day, some more than an hour, to study and learn with us here at Cathedral.
Our emphasis at Cathedral is always on providing a well-rounded education and our Year Twelves have been involved in many extra-curricular activities that complement the academic rigour of the VCE. Leaders of our school, we expect our Year Twelve students to be involved in all aspects of life at school.
Congratulations also to our dedicated and committed staff, those who teach the VCE, but also those who have supported, encouraged and inspired our young people throughout their schooling.
Whilst our 2019 VCE success can be measured in the number of our students who will receive a place in the Tertiary Institutions of their choice, an ATAR result does not define an individual and there will be varied reactions to the results. Our students know that there is equal and immeasurable success in being a valued contributor to society, and we are certain that all our students are equipped with the self-efficacy, the curiosity, and the personal capacity to succeed in the world beyond Cathedral College Wangaratta.