Congratulations to the Loreto Toorak graduating Class of 2018.
Together, as a cohort, the results of their academic endeavour throughout the year are outstanding. We celebrate their achievements; in working together, cooperatively and collaboratively, with each other and with their teachers, they have achieved much. With pride, we further congratulate all students who have received top honours in an individual subject or in overall academic excellence.
Our 2018 Duces of School, Lily Li and Sylvia Sherborne, who both achieved an ATAR of 99.7, are to be warmly congratulated. The Class of 2018 achieved five perfect study scores across five subjects. Further, 6.5% of our students achieved an ATAR above 99.00, which is an exceptional result. More than 48% of the cohort achieved an ATAR of 90.00 or above, and impressively, for 76% of our students to be in the top 20% of the state is remarkable on any measure. These fine results are well deserved for the students of 2018 who worked so diligently and consistently throughout the year. Our school community stands together as one in congratulating our students, and thanking our dedicated and inspiring teachers.
These fine Loreto graduates now have their choice of post school experiences, and will no doubt continue to build on this firm foundation in deciding their next exciting step. Without doubt we know that these women will contribute to a better world, in some significant way, in the future. They are Loreto graduates, Loreto women. We wish them well.
Dr Susan Stevens, Principal
We congratulate our 2018 Duces of School, Lily Li and Sylvia Sherborne, who both achieved an ATAR of 99.7.
We celebrate an outstanding median ATAR of 89.90.
26% of students attained an ATAR of 95+ (top 5% of the state)
48% of students attained an ATAR of 90+ (top 10% of the state)
76% of students attained an ATAR of 80+ (top 20% of the state)
27% of study scores were 40+
We congratulate the following students who received a perfect study score of 50.
Niamh Boyd-Squires Long
VCE Results Class of 2018 (505 KB)