Congratulations to our Class of 2020
Avila College is delighted to congratulate the Class of 2020 on their outstanding results in their VCE, VCAL and VET studies.
7% of the class achieved an ATAR score over 95 placing them in the top 5% of Victoria and 37% achieved a score over 80, placing them in the top 20% of the state.
23 students received the VCE Baccalaureate, an additional form of recognition for students who successfully meet the demands of studying a higher-level mathematics subject and a language in their VCE program.
College DUX 2020 | ATAR 99.3
In recognition of her outstanding academic achievements, Avila College is delighted to award the title of ‘COLLEGE DUX 2020’ to Kimberly Chan.
Kimberly is a quiet achiever, whose studies at Avila have been characterised by her dedication to academic excellence, calm perseverance and outstanding
Kimberly received a perfect 50 for Unit 3/4 Japanese Second Language in 2019, as well as being awarded the subject prizes for Specialist Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Beyond the classroom, Kimberly has made a significant and valuable contribution to the life and culture of Avila College through her musical accomplishments. She has been a member of the Orchestra, Senior Ensemble, String Ensemble, and the String Orchestra and Kimberly’s music has been part of many College events including Music Festival and College Masses.
Congratulations Kimberly, we wish you all the best in your future ventures, and your next steps towards pursuing a career in computer science.
Jessica O’Connell completed Senior Level VCAL in 2020 and has been recognised as the VCAL Achiever for the year.
In 2019 Jessica completed Certificate II Hospitality at Avila College and this year completed the first year of Certificate II Community Services at Box Hill Institute. She has already received an offer to continue her studies at Box Hill Institute in the Community Services area. Jessica’s concern for others and her practical, commonsense manner make her an excellent candidate for studies in this area.
During 2020 Jessica’s increased level of maturity, communication skills and ability to manage her studies and personal challenges have made her a worthy recipient of this award. We wish Jessica all the best in her future studies.