Young Greek Australians recognised in the Premier’s VCE Awards for academic excellence

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About nine Greek Australians have been recognised in the Victorian Premier’s VCE Awards for their outstanding academic achievements in 2020.

The Award is bestowed on students who have achieved study scores of 46 or higher in their VCE subjects.

The Victorian Minister for Education, James Merlino, congratulated the high-achieving students on their commendation after the announcement was made on Sunday.

“These award winners are a testament to how well Victorian students, teachers and school communities adapted to the challenges of a global pandemic and still produced outstanding results,” Mr Merlino said.

Here’s the list of all the young Greek Australians who have been recognised:

Luke Parnis:

  • Xavier College.
  • Recognised for Australian Politics.

Krystal Maragoudakis:

Krystal was the Peninsula Grammar School Dux of 2020.
  • Peninsula Grammar.
  • Recognised for English.

Zara Boubouras:

  • Presbyterian Ladies College.
  • Recognised for Biology.

Nathan Betros:

  • Haileybury College.
  • Recognised for English and Physics.

Paige Marinos:

  • Cheryl Kaloger Brown School of Dance.
  • Recognised for Dance.

Marialena Loupo:

  • Oakleigh Grammar.
  • Recognised for Greek.

Katerina Bitzios:

  • Loreto Mandeville Hall.
  • Recognised for Geography.

Natalia-Elsie Mitromara:

  • Alphington Grammar School.
  • Recognised for Greek.

Zoe Christofides:

  • Strathcona Girls Grammar.
  • Recognised for History Revolutions.

* Please note the above list includes the names of those who are recognised as Greek. If you know someone else, please email us at greek@foreignlanguage.com.au.

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