St Paul's News
St Paul’s VCE results 2020
Date: January 18, 2021
The 2020 Dux of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is shared by twins Connor Ibbotson and Luke Ibbotson both receiving an ATAR of 99.6. Close behind were Sage Hyde of Warragul on 99.55, Tatum Cotterrell of Traralgon on 99.25, Jesse Buhagiar of Traralgon on 98.9 and Kieran Lewis of Arawata on 98.9.
Other very high achievers included: Jessica Lo of Warragul on 97.85, James Gourley of Warragul on 97.6, Angus Guo of Moe on 97.3, Elyse Gordon from Traralgon South on 97.25, Scarlett Price from Newborough on 97.25, Ruby Zhang of Morwell on 96.95, Isaac Sadek of Pakenham on 96.85, Sophie Vale of Warragul South on 96.25, Claire Birks of Trafalgar on 96.1, Mae Williamson of Warragul on 95.9, Mia Alexander of Warragul on 95.85, Aarushi Pathania of Traralgon on 95.75, Phoebe O’Connor of Mountain View on 95.55, Kristin Skee of Moe on 95.3, Lachlan Hollier of Yarragon on 95.15, Callum van der Meulen of Traralgon on 94.7, Jarra Davis of Drouin on 94.25, Vansh Patel of Warragul on 94.25, Molly Francis of Warragul on 93.95, Jackson Clerks of Warragul on 93.7, Lilly Thomas of Seaview on 92.35, Samantha Edgar of Gormandale on 92.05, Hannah Remyn of Warragul on 91.8, Tomas Dowler of Traralgon on 91.75, Elodie Williamson of Warragul on 91.5, Mia Stevens of Traralgon on 91.35, Nixon Hall of Yinnar on 91.3, Jorja Halsall of Traralgon on 91.15, Bellamy O’Callaghan of Traralgon on 90.95, Emily Jaques of Warragul on 90.4 and Sophie Bennett of Tynong North on 90.35.
The School is incredibly proud of the way our class of 2020 managed the complexities of a COVID year. Their focused approach to their studies never wavered and they managed online learning, internet reliability issues and personal circumstances with maturity, good humour and a distinct care for one another throughout the entire year.
In all 23% of students achieved an ATAR over 95 and 41% of students achieved an ATAR over 90.
The percentage of students who achieved an ATAR of over 80 was an outstanding 67%, placing them in the top 20% of the state. 97% of students achieved an ATAR over 50. The fact that St Paul’s does not stream students out of Year 12, or offer a VCAL stream, means that these results are truly indicative of the quality environment of learning and teaching that St Paul’s offers.
This year’s cohort plan to study a diverse range of courses from medicine and allied health to interior design and commerce.
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 GAP year opportunities.