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Oakleigh Grammar honours its high achieving VCE students




Oakleigh Grammar has announced the School Dux for 2023 is Noah Peoples with an ATAR of 98.90.  

His VCE Study Scores included above 40 in English, Biology and Mathematical Methods. Noah is aspiring to undertake a Medicine Degree at Monash University.

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Principal Mark Robertson congratulates 2023 Dux Noah Peoples on his ATAR of 98.90. Photo: Supplied.

The Dux Proximus is Aaron Neild with an ATAR of 95.2. His VCE Study Scores included above 40 in German and Physics. Aaron aspires to undertake a Science Degree, specialising in Physics at the University of Melbourne.

Vice Captain, Arthur Demetriou achieved an excellent ATAR of 90.85 demonstrating his grit and determination in the face of the challenges he encounters as a person with Cerebral Palsy, a condition that can cause problems with muscle control and tone, movement, posture and speech.

He plans to undertake a double degree in Bio-Medicine and Science at Monash University.

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Aaron Neild, Arthur Demetriou and Noah Peoples. Photo: Supplied.

Other notable high achievers include Christalena K with an ATAR of 89.4 – she hopes to study Communications at RMIT, and Anastasia K with an ATAR of 86.05 – she aspires to undertake Law at Deakin University.

Oakleigh Grammar extended its congratulations to the Class of 2023 with seven percent of graduates receiving ATARs that place them in the top 10 per cent of the country, and 29 per cent achieved an ATAR of 80 and above.  

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2023 Dux Noah Peoples with his family. Photo: Supplied.

Principal Mark Robertson said: “I am delighted to extend our congratulations to the graduation class of 2023 on their outstanding performance as indicated by their VCE Results.”

“I commend them for living the 2023 School theme to ‘Make a positive impact’. Our students demonstrated resilience and a mindset to give of their best as evidenced by their commitment and efforts across all learning areas,” Mr Robertson added.

“I congratulate all teachers, both past and present who have contributed to the development of our graduates over the past 13 years. These results are a tribute to their efforts and care.

“We are exceedingly proud of each and every one of our 2023 graduates and we wish them well for whatever lies ahead in the next part of their life’s journey.”

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