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ATAR Results

Continuing Salesian College Chadstone’s tradition of brothers achieving extraordinary results over 90, 2017 College Captain Stefano Mascaro attained an ATAR of 91.95, and is set to follow his passion of Commerce/Law in 2018.

Completing his Bachelor of Civil Engineering/Architectural Design at Monash University in 2017, eldest brother Joseph (Class of 2011) has successfully secured a graduate role as a Civil Engineer at AECOM in 2018. Second eldest brother Luis (Class of 2015) is set to continue his Bachelor of Psychology with Honours at Monash University, where he is President of the Students’ Neuroscience and Psychology Society (SNAPS).

Salesian College Chadstone also congratulates Year 11 student, Anthony Sirait, who achieved a perfect score of 50 in Business Management.

Pictured: Stefano Mascaro with Principal Robert Brennan

Our Parent's Say

As our family’s time at Salesian College Chadstone concludes, we are incredibly proud of what our three sons have achieved. In their own individual way, all three embraced the academic, sporting, cultural, spiritual and leadership opportunities the College had to offer. These opportunities all helped our boys develop into the young men they are today and we are incredibly thankful to have been part of the Salesian family.

Salesian College ATAR Scores

Salesian College Chadstone commends all students from the Class of 2017 on the completion of their VCE studies.

Median Score: 31

ATAR exceeding 90: 10.7%

ATAR exceeding 80: 32.8%

ATAR exceeding 70: 50.7%

VCE Completion rate: 100%

2017 Dux: Kevin Tat

Salesian College 2017 Dux

The Salesian College Chadstone community congratulates Kevin Tat, who achieved an ATAR of 96.1; putting him in the top 3.9% of all Year 12 students in the state.

Our Interview with Kevin Tat, 2017 Dux

 

Pictured: Kevin Tat with Principal Robert Brennan

Mike Zhao was another clear highlight of the Class of 2017, earning himself an ATAR of 95.8 and Subject Dux of Unit 3/4 Specialist Maths and Physics while completing a Monash University Mathematics Extension Program during his final year. These results have put Mike in good stead to undertake the prestigious Computer Science Advanced (with Honours) course at Monash University in 2018. An incredible result for Mike, who joined us in 2012 with little to no English.

Pictured: Mike Zhao with Principal Robert Brennan