2016 VCE Results
Congratulations to our 2016 Year 12 cohort on their successful VCE results.
Continuing Salesian College Chadstone’s tradition of brothers achieving extraordinary results, College Dux Deeshan Ambawatta attained a near-perfect ATAR of 99, continuing his family’s legacy of achieving ATAR scores in the 90’s. His brother, Dinushan Ambawatta, who now studies Mechanical Engineering/Commerce at Monash University, achieved an ATAR of 91.1 in 2013. Younger brother Andrew Ambawatta today attends Salesian College as a Year 7 student. Patrick Scott was another clear highlight of our 2016 results, earning himself a perfect score of 50 in English and a near-perfect 49 in Literature. This extraordinary double accomplishment put him in good stead for an ATAR of 91.45.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2016 VCE
2016 Dux, Deeshan Ambawatta achieved an ATAR of 99; putting him in the top 1% of all Year 12 students in the state
18.4% of our students achieved an ATAR exceeding 90 (from 17.1% in 2015)
9.1% of our study scores were 40 or above (from 8.7% in 2015)
Median Study Score: 31 (as in 2015)
36.8% of our students achieved an ATAR above 80 (from 29.3% in 2015)
VCE Completion rate: 100%
As well as subject and scholarship prizes being awarded, the Dux Assembly allowed the top achiever at each level to be acclaimed as Dux.
These boys are listed below:
Year Level Dux
Year 11: Kevin Tat
Year 10: Kevin Jayadi
Year 9: Ken Hour
Year 8: Jacob Curry
Year 7: Pravinth Raghudhevan
We congratulate all boys on their efforts in 2016, and look forward to continued learning and achievement in the remainder of 2017.