Outstanding results for the Class of 2019

Congratulations to the Class of 2019

St Leonard’s College is extremely proud of the Class of 2019 on achieving an outstanding set of results across both the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) and the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE)*.

The importance of providing a choice of pathways to national and international universities has again been reflected in our combined results and reaffirms our position as one of Bayside’s leading independent schools.

Combined IBDP and VCE Results*

The Class of 2019 exceeded all of our expectations in achieving:

  • Median ATAR of 86.65 – third-highest on record for the College
  • 24% of students achieved a VCE study score of 40 or its equivalent
  • 22% of students achieved an ATAR of 95.00 or above 
  • 38% of students achieved an ATAR of 90.00 or above
  • 65% of students achieved an ATAR of 80.00 or above
  • 84% of students gained an ATAR of 70.00 or above

International Baccalaureate Diploma Program Results*

  • Benjamin Widmann; the IBDP Dux, achieved a perfect score of 45 (ATAR 99.95) placing him in top 0.02% of IBDP graduates worldwide
  • Daniel Harvey, Tessa van Veenendaal and Gavin Zhang; the IBDP Proxime Accessits, all achieved a score of 43 (ATAR 99.60)
  • Median ATAR of 95.45, placing 50% of students in the top 4.55% of students nationally
  • 61% of students achieved an ATAR of 95.00 or above
  • 76% of students achieved an ATAR of 90.00 or above
  • 90% of students achieved an ATAR of 80.00 or above

Victorian Certificate of Education Results*

  • Luke Russo (above right); the VCE Dux, achieved an ATAR of 99.80
  • Ted Barrett (above left); the Proxime Accessit, achieved an ATAR of 99.35
  • Median ATAR of 83.05, placing 50% of students in the top 16.95% of students nationally
*Students at St Leonard’s College choose either the VCE or the IBDP with both pathways providing year 12 graduates with an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR). IBDP results are correct as at 6 January 2020. Some results may increase due to IBDP appeals.