Education | January 15, 2024

Congratulations to our VCE students

Congratulations to all those students who have completed their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE).

Deputy Leader of the Nationals and Member for Lowan Emma Kealy said completing secondary education was a significant milestone and achievement, and one that should be acknowledged and celebrated.

“It is important to recognise that the VCE and Australian Tertiary Admission Ranking (ATAR) result you receive does not define you, and will not define your future,” Ms Kealy said.

“If you haven’t received the result you had hoped for there are many other pathways available that will still enable you to reach your goal.

“Completing your VCE is an achievement that all students should be proud of, regardless of the result. An ATAR score won't define your life, it's what you do with it from here that counts.

“Take a moment to reflect on everything you have achieved and be proud.

“I am sure that all our local students have a very bright future ahead of them.”

Congratulations to the following local dux and high achievers of 2023:

  • Angela Rudolph – Holy Trinity Lutheran College, Horsham
  • Catherine Richardson – Hamilton & Alexandra College
  • Ellen Bish – Warracknabeal Secondary College
  • Iman Ali – Horsham College
  • Rory Doran – St Brigid’s College, Horsham
  • Sienna Maddocks - Monivae College, Hamilton
  • Emily Palmer - Kaniva College
  • Trinity Hollis - Edenhope College
  • Lexi Boan - Murtoa College
  • Susan Rowe - Goroke College
  • Aliesha Crane - Hamilton’s Baimbridge College
  • Isaac Wren - Dimboola Memorial Secondary College
  • Tessa Leach - Rainbow P-12 College
  • Alexis Farmers - Nhill College
  • Chloe Eastwood - Hamilton’s Good Shepherd College

“I would also like to extend a huge thank you to our fantastic teachers, schools and families who have supported our local students on their school journey,” Ms Kealy said.


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