Results & Achievements
We empower young women through the life-changing gift of a high-quality, contemporary education. Our students regularly win prizes for sporting and artistic endeavour, and attain a high level of academic achievement as measured by key markers including NAPLAN (National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy), VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education) and ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Ranking) scores. These results are a reflection of the hard work put in by students and their teachers over many years in all critical areas of learning. We are particularly delighted when students achieve or surpass their personal expectations which are not always reflected in a test or ATAR score. Our results are particularly pleasing considering we are a non-selective entry school and welcome students of all talents and abilities.
Through our personalised approach to learning, combined with our expertise in the education of girls, we help students build their self-confidence, achieve excellence and make a difference – these are the results that matter most.
Highlights from the Class of 2017
- 100% of our students attained their VCE
- Dux is Catherine Pease who achieved an outstanding ATAR of 99.65
- Dux Secundus is Mika Kurashige who achieved an impressive ATAR of 99.4
- 5% of the class achieved ATARs of 99+
- 25% of the class achieved ATARs of 95+
- 42% of the class achieved ATARs of 90+
- 52% of the class achieved ATARs of 85+
- 67% of the class achieved ATARs of 80+
- The median ATAR for our School remains very strong at 86, along with a mean (average) ATAR of 82.
In individual subjects, the average study score across Victoria is 30 and only 9% will receive a study score on or above 40. 50% of Mentone Girls’ Grammar students achieved at least one exceptional study score of 40 or above in a diverse range of subject areas with seven achieving a perfect score of 50 across English, Further Mathematics, Dance, Physical Education and Visual Communication and Design.
Mentone Girls’ Grammar students attained an exceptional study score of 40 or above in the courses listed below:
Accounting, Biology, Business Management, Chemistry, Chinese First Language, Chinese Second Language, Creative & Digital Media, Dance, English, Food Studies, Further Mathematics, Geography, German, Global Politics, Health and Human Development, History, Japanese, Legal Studies, Literature, Mathematical Methods, Music Performance, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, Studio Arts, Theatre Studies, Visual Communication and Design.