Year 12 students at St Johns College succeed in 2022 VCE results

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St Johns College in Preston, Victoria has congratulated its Year 12 students on their outstanding results and success in the VCE exams.

According to a Facebook post, the Median Study Score achieved in 2022 was 30, with St John’s College 2022 Dux, Maria Anastassopoulos, achieving the highest ATAR of this year’s cohort.

“We are delighted that 22% of our students were ranked in the top 20% of the state, gaining an ATAR of 80 or above,” the school said in the post.

“This year 50% of our students received an exemplary study score of 45 or above in Modern Greek.

“As our Year 12 students emerged from two years of interruptions to their learning due to the COVID19 Pandemic, they faced their final year of secondary education with strength, courage and perseverance for all that lay ahead of them.

“The College Board and staff are very proud of their academic achievements and wish them every success for the future.”

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