Congratulations VCE Class of 2017

15 December 2017 | College Updates

VCE 2017

CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2017 on their outstanding results!

  • DUX Aisha Buckle 99.45- top 1% in the state

  • 28% of Academy students gained an ATAR over 90 - top 10% in the state

  • 41% of Academy students gained an ATAR greater than 80 - top 20% in the state

  • 29 scholarships and guaranteed entry offers were awarded to Academy students for academic achievement, all round accomplishment, and in recognition of leadership and active commitment to community.

Aishia     Aisha Buckle, 2017 College Dux

2017, our 160th year, the Academy’s proud tradition of high academic achievement continues. The Academy community warmly congratulates our senior Class of 2017 on their outstanding results this year.

Special Congratulations to our High Achievers

College Dux  Aisha Buckle 99.45
Corin Powell                        97
Charlotte Smith                   95.5
Chelsea Hunt                      95.2
Jennifer Ha                         95
Alexandra Dooley               94.95
Jingyi (Eva) Shi                  94.5
Mattea Spielrein                 94.5
Melissa Gonzaga-Hicks     94.4
Geneva Forster                  94.25
Chelsea Lojko                    94.15
Sienna McCormack           94.15
Bianca Montagner             94.15
Angela D'Souza                94.05
Hannah Merrigan              93.8
Eleanor Boag                    93.25
Stefeny Cheng                  92.75
Charlotte Mitchell              92.7
Kate Taylor                        92.05
Lillian Starling                    92
Genevieve Sherburn         91.6
Olivia Do                           91.5
Grace Pucci                      90.6
Katherine Willis                 90.55

“It has been a big year for the Academy celebrating our milestone of 160 years of Mercy education in Melbourne. There have been many student achievements, both individual and collective, during 2017. We are very proud of all our students, from Year 7 through to our seniors, who have made the most of the opportunities at the Academy and contributed to the life of the College. We look forward to the joys and challenges of 2018.”
Sr Mary Moloney.