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Mar 12, 2020
Congratulations Highest ATAR | James Palma 95.3
Congratulations Year 12 class 2018
James Palma, our Dux
also achieved the highest study score of 43 in Health and Human
Development & Biology.
Jude Data received the Kwong Lee Dow Scholarship from the University of Melbourne Nicholas Baricevic received the La Trobe Access Scholarship Parneet Kaur received the Monash Support Scholarship Fereba Rasouli received the Grant Equity Scholarship Madeline Voigt and Nariman Merkhail were offered the La Trobe Vice Chancellor Scholarships
Scholarship Recipients Congratulations to the following students who have been awarded scholarships.
A brief note from our College Principal Welcome to our inaugural publication which highlights the achievements of our top performing Year 12 students for 2018. I am pleased to report that the College continues to build success in its students with 99% of our graduates satisfactorily completing their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and 100% of students gaining their Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL). It is rewarding to see our graduating students achieving their personal goals and gaining entry into either their nominated tertiary course or field of employment. Such achievements would not have been possible without the dedication of our staff and support of parents and families. Collectively, they worked to provide our Year 12 students with the best possible learning outcomes. I wish our students from the graduating class of 2018 continued success and look forward to hearing about their future accomplishments.
College Principal Lino Pagano
Top performers The following students received outstanding results, placing them in the top 10 of their class.
Dux of VCE Subjects Pathways
Congratulations to our students who were the Dux in each area of the following studies at Mount Ridley College. External exam and internal results were used to determine the recipients.
Accounting Biology Business Management Chemistry Informatics English English (EAL) Food Studies HHD History: Revolutions LOTE: Japanese Legal Studies Literature Mathematics: Further Mathematics: Further Mathematics: Further Mathematics: Methods Mathematics: Specialist Media Physical Education Physics Psychology Sport & Rec (VCE VET) Studio Arts Visual Communications
Anushka Devineni James Palma Thomas Gajic Minal Verma Zakarya Butt Julian Palma Sadaf Salehi Sabiha Faizi James Palma Fathia Rasyidi Julienne Canta Serhat Saylak Nadjellah Mendoza Anirudh Anoop Aaron Watts George Danno Jude Data Jude Data Britney Dwyer Rafael Soares Das Neves Zakarya Butt Shelby McKenzie Navkaran Gill Ayden Veit Yeowon Park
Destination Courses • Administration • Arts • Aviation • Biomedical Science • Biomedicine • Building and Construction • Building Design • Business • Commerce • Computer Science • Construction Management • Criminal Justice and
Psychology • Criminology • Criminology and Psychology • Dermo Science • Early Education • Economics and Finance • Education • Education Studies • Engineering
• Forensic Science • Game Design • Game Development • General Studies • Health Science • Information Technology • International Business • Legal • Marketing • Media and Communication • Nursing • Nursing and Midwifery • Nutrition • Paramedicine • Pharmacy • Psychological Science • Psychology • Science • Sport and Exercise Science • Youth Work
Early offer through the Aspire program at Latrobe University:
Emily Nikolovska • Ezgi Uluer • Hana Al Ashy Mackenzie Miller • Nicholas Baricevic • Parneet Kaur
Ram Krishnan • Romaisa Khalid • Sadaf Salehi Sanya Aggarwal • Sarah Wakefield • Serhat Seylak
Taylah Calvert was the highest achieving VCAL student in 2018. She received her Year 12 Senior certificate as well as a general credit in skills for further study. Tayla excelled during her structured work placement achieving her SWLR credit.
Students undertaking the VCAL program achieved a 100% completion rate.
Preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s opportunities