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19th December 2016

2016 VCE Results

Nagle College is pleased to commend our 2016 Year 12 students on their achievements and successful completion of their secondary education. The outcomes for students were solid for both the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) with students successfully completing these certificates and gaining recognition for their work and effort.  The 2016 Year 12 students are now well placed to commence their life “after Nagle”.

Mr Neville Powles said that it was particularly pleasing that more students got an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) score above 80 than last year and the average ATAR score increased this year. 

Four students achieved an ATAR over 90 and this is a commendable performance.

Alessia Colombo was congratulated on being the dux of Nagle College for 2016. She achieved an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 96.85. Alessia was also awarded a VCE Baccalaureate for her good performances in a language and a high level mathematics. Alessia is planning to study a double degree in Biomedical Science and Science next year at Monash University. At the moment she is helping to run the Bronze Medallion camp at the Lakes Entrance Surf Lifesaving Club and will be a surf lifeguard over the holidays.

Other students to score over 90 were Breanna Janson who combined her college captain role and study to achieve an ATAR of 95.05, Molly Lawlor with 91.75 and Annie Anderson with 91.45. 

Breanna is planning go to the University of Melbourne to study at Arts degree. She is currently working in Mallacoota and plans to take a gap year in 2017 and combine work and travel over the year.

Molly is hoping to commence a law degree in 2017 and is spending her summer holidays working on the summer crew of DELWP based at Swifts Creek.

Annie is planning to go to university next year and is considering options in biomedicine, paramedicine, law and criminology at Deakin University.  She is also working with the Lakes Entrance Surf Lifesaving Club at the Bronze camp and doing lifeguard duties.

The College also congratulates students who achieved high Study Scores in VCE Subjects for 2016. All students who achieve a study score of 40 or above receive special commendation. The complete list of Nagle College students getting study scores of 40 or more is:

Annie Anderson: Physical Education 43 and Biology 40

Alessia Colombo: Biology 43 and Chemistry 42

Alison Hammond: Food and Technology 41

Breanna Janson: English 45 and Literature 40

Molly Lawlor:  English 40 and Legal Studies 41

Sophie Molineux: Physical Education 40

Alisa Romboy: German 41                                        

Sophie Molineux did particularly well over the year to achieve such high scores and perform at an elite level with her cricket.  She recently starred with the bat and the ball with the Melbourne Renegades in the Women’s Big Bash League. It is a credit to her in the way she combined her sporting and study commitments.