VCE Class of 2021 Achievements
- Median ATAR – 87.95
- 16.3% achieved an ATAR greater than 95
- 40.2% achieved an ATAR greater than 90
- 69.5% achieved an ATAR greater than 80
- 76.1% achieved an ATAR greater than 75
- 19% of Study Scores over 40
- 35 Median study score
- Four perfect study scores of 50 were achieved in Australian History, Biology and English.
Meet our Dux
Every student’s journey through their education is different. At Sacré Cœur we embrace each child as an individual, meeting their learning and wellbeing needs. We invite you to meet Alannah and hear about her journey from when she started at Sacré Cœur in Year 4.The 5 most difficult bodyweight exercises to do – ser fitness tren for sale hotel boa-vista at $73 ($̶1̶3̶4̶). porto hotels – kayak.
From Our Principal
We are immensely proud of our students whose collective results have been excellent. Whilst we did not imagine that we would experience a second year in the throes of the global COVID-19 pandemic, our students have been most admirable – they remained focused, resolute and steadfast throughout their studies.
Working closely with their dedicated and experienced teachers, the Year 12 Class of 2021 achieved considerable success. We extend our congratulations to each of our VCE students, including our Year 11 students who undertook the study of a Unit 3/4 subject.
I extend my warmest congratulations to our 2021 Dux, Alannah Tuohy, who achieved an ATAR of 98.90. Alannah, throughout her years at Sacré Coeur, availed herself of a broad range of educational opportunities. She received a number of awards during her time at Sacré Coeur, including the prestigious ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Award and various subject awards. She was a highly valued member of the Sports, Debating, Music and Drama Programs. In particular, Alannah was recognised for her involvement in a variety of extra-curricular enrichment programs, such as the Australian Mathematics Competition, National Youth Science Forum and Chemistry Olympiad. She was also selected to attend the Australian Youth Aerospace Forum.
I would also like to congratulate the following students, who achieved a perfect study score of 50: Katherine Lumley (Australian History), Emily Prater (Biology), Elizabeth Lahy (Biology) and Alannah Tuohy (English).
Success comes in countless forms at Sacré Coeur and our students are to be commended for their strength, courage and tenacity; many achieved at a level greater than their original hopes and expectations. This success is not possible without the highest quality teachers and I thank them all for their commitment and expert guidance.
With pride, we recognise the achievements of the Class of 2021 and extend our very best wishes to each of our students. I am confident that our students will undertake future endeavours intrepidly and with a strong sense of self, developed through their education at Sacré Coeur.