Pictured above: Year 12, 2021 High Achievers celebrate their extraordinary results.

Class of 2021 Results

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne is proud to share with its community the outstanding VCE results and achievements of its 2021 Year 12 cohort.

Demonstrating their extraordinary resilience, the graduating class has excelled across the board. Overcoming the many obstacles they were faced with in another tough year, this cohort continues the College's reign with results deeming St Aloysius College the best-performing inner-city Catholic school.

With 50% of Year 12 VCE students ranking in the top 20% of the state (ATARs at or above 80), College principal, Mary Farah is delighted. “These results are extraordinary, and truly do reflect the commitment and hard work of our teachers, students and leadership team, not only across 2021, but throughout the educational journey of this cohort. We must also congratulate and thank all parents, the value of the support provided for students learning remotely cannot be understated.”

Further highlights among the results of this year’s cohort reflect the commitment and hard work during a challenging year and include:

  • The average ATAR of the top 20 % of students is 95.0
  • The average ATAR of the top 50% of students is 88.7
  • VCAL students achieved 100% success
  • VET Students achieved 100% success
  • Study scores of 40+ were achieved in 63% of Unit ¾ Subjects
  • Overall Median Study score of 32

The College also acknowledges the great personal performance of the College VCE Dux of St Aloysius College for 2021, Amelie Milazzi, who achieved an ATAR of 97.95. Excellent results were also achieved by Elise Ho, with an ATAR of 97.5 and April Sawan who achieved 97.1.

The College motto, Ad Altiora, means to Strive for Things That are Higher. We are so proud of every student for their perseverance, their courage and their dedication under such challenging circumstances. We congratulate our 2021 Cohort for their efforts and fantastic results, and will watch with great interest the journeys of these remarkable young women.

Destination Study Areas % Class of 2021
Health
29
Society & Culture
27.5
Commerce
18.8
Science
15.9
Education
8.7
Architecture & Building
4.3
Creative Arts
4.3
Engineering
1.4