The Peninsula School congratulates the students of the graduating Class of 2012 on their outstanding achievements. Collectively, the group enjoyed one of the finest set of results ever realised at The Peninsula School, with many personal bests being recorded.
Dux of School 2012We are proud to congratulate the Dux of 2012, Le Mai Khanh (Katrina) who achieved an Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking (ATAR) of 99.7. As Dux of School for 2012, Katrina is also the recipient of the prestigious Moroney Medal named in honour of Dr Stewart Moroney, a founder of our School.
Our top male student was Matthew Witney who achieved an outstanding ATAR of 99.2. As well as fully devoting himself to his studies, Matthew very much immersed himself in the life of the School. He will long be remembered by our community as an exceptional violinist who captivated audiences time after time with his brilliance.
Special congratulations also go to La Thi Thuy Giang (Sophie, 99.55), Pham Van Anh (99.5), Georgina McMenamin (97.9), Ma Yu Chen (Adina, 97.75), Charlotte Johnston (97.4) and Sophie Griffiths (97.35).
It gives the School great pride to report that our students recorded a median ATAR of 81.75, with 19 students achieving an ATAR of 95+ which placed them in the top 5% in Victoria and 42 students achieving 90+, placing them in the top 10% in the State. This outstanding level of achievement was reflected across the breadth of subjects with the Year Level recording a mean Study Score of 33.3.
Special congratulations go to the following students who achieved the highest possible study score of 50 in the subjects shown:
• Sophie Griffiths (Legal Studies)
• Roddy Reynolds (Legal Studies)
• Le Mai Khanh (ESL)
Our girls’ median ATAR of 85.68 was most impressive, confirming that girls do indeed flourish in coeducational schools.
Well done to the Class of 2012.
Grace Bilham and Mitchell Pryce, Duces of 2011
Our Duces of 2011, Grace Bilham and Mitchell Pryce, each achieved an Australian Tertiary Admissions Ranking (ATAR) of 99.8. Oliver Einsiedel (99.7), Nguyen Vu Nhu Y (99.15) and Nguyen Dac Khoa (99.05). In total, ten students scored ATARs of 98+.
Collectively our 2011 students recorded a median ATAR of 81.25; with 21 students achieving an ATAR of 95+ which placed them in the top 5% in Victoria and 46 students achieving 90+, placing them in the top 10% in the State.
This outstanding level of achievement was reflected across the breadth of subjects with the Year Level recording a mean Study Score of 33.4. Pham Van Anh achieved the highest possible mark of 50 in Further Maths. 16.65% of all Study Scores saw students achieve 40+.
Parents wishing to view the School are invited to contact our Admissions Office, who welcome enquiries at any time and will be happy to arrange personal tours for families. Telephone (03) 9788 7753 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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