St Paul's News

VCE Results – 2017

Date: December 18, 2017

The 2017 Dux of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is Hannah Robertson-Sas from Glengarry who achieved an outstanding ATAR of (99.3).  Hannah completed English, Further Mathematics, English Literature, Psychology, Biology and Legal Studies.  Hannah also received a 50 for English and a 49 for English Literature.  She is planning to study to be an English/Humanities teacher. Close behind Hannah were Eddie Huang of Morwell on 98.9 and Stephen Charles of Warragul on 97.2.

Other high achievers included: Matthew Bikaako of Pakenham on 96.95, Madeleine Bensley of Korumburra on 96.55, Damon Guy of Hazelwood North on 96.4, Jack Downes of Traralgon South on 96.25, Sunni Kenny of Trafalgar on 95.25, Chloe Trickett of Traralgon on 94.9, Penny Davies of Warragul on 94.8, Annaliese Hughes of Traralgon on 94, Rebecca Castle of Warragul on 93.85, Samantha Labros of Traralgon on 93.8, Sally Rehfisch of Traralgon on 93.7, Isabella Murray-Goold of Warragul South on 92.75, Maggie Hamilton of Garfield on 92.65, Phillipa McKelvie of Yarragon on 92.55, Darcy Barnes of Traralgon on 92.2, Jasmine Ferguson of Warragul on 91.95, Kimberly Wadyehwata of Traralgon on 91.45, Sophie Maslen of Trafalgar on 91.2, Emma Moon of Traralgon on 91.1, Noah Pallot of Warragul on 91.05, Alicia Clerks of Warragul on 91, Georgia Elder-Hackford of Warragul on 91, Maya Ingwersen of Traralgon on 90.8, Alayna Wassylko of Officer on 90.75, Carla Ferguson of Moe on 90.55, Joshua McKinley of Warragul on 90.55, Thomas Reiske of Yinnar on 90.

Jack Downes also achieved a 50 for Further Mathematics.

Amongst those achieving above 90 are a number of inspiring success stories from students whose hard work and perseverance has enabled them to exceed their own expectations.  There are several examples of students who, with support, have triumphed over family, health and personal hardships to achieve impressive results.

In all 8 students achieved an ATAR over 95 (7%) and 31 students achieved an ATAR over 90 (26%).

The percentage of students who achieved an ATAR of over 80 was an impressive 46%, placing them in the top 20% of the state. 94% of students achieved an ATAR over 50.

This year’s cohort plan to study a diverse range of courses from education and medicine to architecture and fine arts.

The next few weeks will be an exciting time for students who now await offers of places at a range of university and TAFE institutions, seek employment or travel overseas.