St John’s College Preston students excel in 2023 VCE results


The Principal of St John’s College Preston (SJC) in Victoria has congratulated the Class of 2023 on their success in the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) this year.

“I am delighted to announce that all students who participated achieved their VCE, and the results this year were among some of most positive in the history of the College,” Principal Andrew Ponsford announced on the St John’s College Preston Facebook page.

According to the post, 10 per cent of SJC students appeared in the top 10 per cent in the state, 21 per cent of SJC students in the top 20 per cent in the state, and 35 per cent of SJC students in the top 30 per cent in the state.

2023 Dux, Helena Petrou, who achieved an ATAR of 93.7, and Dux Proximus, Paul Ketikidis, who achieved an ATAR of 91.1 were among the high-achieving students to be mentioned.

“The combination of supportive parents, effective schoolwide initiatives to improve teaching and learning and a committed and skillful staff have all contributed to these positive results,” Mr Ponsford said in the post.

Mr Ponsford finished the congratulatory post by sharing that students come to the school, each “with their own gifts, skills and abilities,” and wished them all the “very best with their future endeavours.”




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