Mount Scopus shines in the VCE exams

December 14, 2018 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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2018 has been another successful year for Year 12 Melbourne’s Mount Scopus students in their VCE exams.

Jemma Miller

12% of the students gained an ATAR of 98 or above. 42% exceeded an ATAR of 90  and 5 ‘perfect’ study scores. 

Principal, Rabbi James Kennard said, “We congratulate our students on this year’s very good results. With a number of excellent scores, and many students who exceeded expectations, we pay tribute to all our students and their teachers.

Special congratulations go to Jemma Miller and Jack Bassat who each achieved an outstanding ATAR of 99.85, and are jointly named ‘Dux of the College’.

Also achieving exceptionally high results were Ella Hermann (99.15), Beatrix (Bunny) Rose (99.15) Brodie Katz (99), Romy Miller (98.95), Gidon Sneider (98.9), [name withheld at student’s request] (98.85), Bradley Antman (98.7), Timnah Olcha (98.6), Monique Lustig (98.35) and Stacey Mendel (98.3).

Special mentions also go to the following students for their perfect scores of 50 in individual subjects:

Jack Bassat

Stacey Mendel                                                          Further Maths

Beatrix (Bunny) Rose                                              English

[name withheld at student’s request]                  English as an Additional Language

Ariel Tenenberg                                                       Maths Methods

Hannah Weinberg                                                   English 

Amongst of the top students are many who have contributed greatly to school life – in the Jewish life, Performing Arts, Community and Service and Sports programs – and now they have shown their academic excellence as well”.

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  1. Ruth Wein says:

    So proud of students from Mount Scopus College. Thanks must go the dedicated teachers and the leadership of Rabbi James Keenard.