We congratulate the VCE class of 2015 on their achievements. VCE duces were Edie McAsey (far right) and Campbell Smith (centre) with outstanding Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks (ATAR) of 99.50, followed closely by Alex Qu (second from left) and Joel Hannan (fourth from left) on 99.40. Impressively, six students achieved perfect scores of 50 in English, Music Investigation, Music Performance, Psychology and VET Dance.
We are very proud of the class of 2015 and wish them every success for the future. In particular it is our hope that they will remain active and engaged members of our College community for many years to come.
The combined VCE and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme results provide a full picture of the wonderful achievements of the class of 2015. Click here to view our combined results.
VCE Duces 2015 – Edie McAsey and Campbell Smith
Edie McAsey – ATAR 99.50
Edie was a very active participant in College life, from her involvement behind the scenes and on stage in Hart Theatre Company productions, to being a key participant in the College’s music and debating programs and a dedicated member of Newman House. Her keen involvement in cocurricular programs saw Edie receive Full Colours in Music, Tennis, Drama and House, as well as College Full Colours, the Newman House Gold Medal and the Old Collegians Award for Positive Involvement in School Life. Edie represented Australia at the 2015 World Debating and Public Speaking Championships in Hong Kong, and was a member of the College’s champion A Grade Debaters Association of Victoria team. In addition to her cocurricular success, Edie excelled in the classroom, receiving Subject Prizes for all of her subjects in year 12, and an outstanding ATAR of 99.50.
Campbell Smith – ATAR 99.50
Campbell spent his entire school life at St Leonard’s, joining the College in ELC3. His academic strengths saw him receive Subject Prizes and Academic Excellence Awards throughout his time in Senior School, including Subject Prizes for Physics and English in year 12. In addition to his success in the classroom, Campbell showed an aptitude for sport, in particular Basketball. He was a key member of the College’s ACS Basketball team, serving as Captain and receiving Full Colours in 2015, and was also named in the 2015 ACS All Stars Basketball team. Campbell’s outstanding result is a testament to his hard work in and out of the classroom.