10% of Mount Scopus VCE students attained an ATAR of at least 99

December 13, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Mount Scopus College has congratulated the 2022 graduating class who have achieved excellent VCE results.

The 2022 graduating class

● 9.9% of students achieving an ATAR of 99 or above,
● 30.6% of students achieving an ATAR of 95 or above,
● 57% of students achieving an ATAR of 90 or above,
● Median study score was 37
● 31.4% of study scores at 40 or over
● Median ATAR was 91.7

Abby Schwarz

In a statement, Mount Scopus said: “We are immensely proud of all our students, who have shown maturity, resilience and determination throughout their senior school years.

Special congratulations go to Abby Schwarz and Joshua Borsky who each achieved an ATAR of 99.9 and are named ‘Joint Duxes of the College’.

Josh Borsky

Additional top VCE performers were Jessica Lenga (99.85), Jasper Sherman (99.85), Jasmine Felman (99.7), Elly Kessel (99.65), Hannah Golshevsky (99.6), David Lapidus (99.65), Jesslyn Simon (99.55), Lior Raiz (99.3), Hannah Kommel (99.2).
Special mentions also go to the following students for their perfect scores of 50 in individual subjects:
Joshua Borsky (Chemistry & English Literature), Jasper Sherman (Chemistry), Jenna Felbel (English), Taisa Gold (English), Abby Schwarz (English), Jessica Lenga (Legal Studies), Jesslyn Simon (Religion and Society), Jasmine Felman (Studio Arts), Elly Kessel (Studio Arts) and one student who wishes to remain anonymous (Legal Studies).”

Principal Rabbi James Kennard said, “After three remarkable years, our Class of 2022 are to be congratulated on these wonderful VCE results. This cohort of engaged, community-minded students have demonstrated both exceptional school involvement and an outstanding commitment to their studies. We are therefore prouder than ever at their achievements, and we thank their teachers for their endless support and encouragement.”

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