Good Education Group, Australia’s largest provider of independent education data, has launched the latest edition of The Good Schools Guide, revealing the best performing schools in Victoria based on VCE study scores*.
Top Secondary Schools in Victoria with study scores above 40
|School||Region||Sector||Median VCE Score**||Scores Above 40|
|Yesodei HaTorah College||Southern Metro||Independent||34||38%|
|The Mac.Roberston Girls’ High School||Central Metro||Government||37||37%|
|Bialik College||Eastern Metro||Independent||37||36%|
|Mount Scopus Memorial College||Southern Metro||Independent||37||36%|
|Ballarat Clarendon College||Central Highlands||Independent||37||34%|
|Melbourne High School||Central Metro||Government||36||31%|
|St Kevin’s College||Central Metro||Catholic||37||31%|
Source: The Good Schools Guide 2019
Yesodei HaTorah College has claimed bragging rights over its Victorian rivals, recording the highest percentage of students with a study score over 40. With an impressive 38 per cent of students topping 40, the Brighton school just pipped fellow perpetual high performers The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School (37 per cent), and Bialik College and Mount Scopus Memorial College (36 per cent).
Fourth placed Ballarat Clarendon College was the sole regional school in the top five with 34 per cent, while Melbourne High School and St Kevin’s College both had 31 per cent of students score above 40.
The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School and Melbourne High School are both government selective, while the remainder of the list hailed from the independent sector.
Ballarat Clarendon College Principal, David Shepherd says he’s delighted the Guide highlighted the school as one of Victoria’s top performers.
“Ballarat Clarendon College is proud to be named as one of Victoria’s exceptional schools by The Good School’s Guide – and to be the only regional school in the top 5 is an outstanding achievement. At Clarendon, we focus on the learning and the progress of every student and it is gratifying for all in our community that we are publicly acknowledged for delivering on our goal, says Shepherd.
Good Education Group CEO, Chris Lester, says that while academic results are important, they aren’t the only factor parents should look at when choosing a school.
“Academic performance shouldn’t be disregarded but there are lots of other reasons a school could be the right fit for a child. They might have modern sporting facilities, a great drama department, access to VET studies – there is plenty to take into consideration,” says Lester.
Good Education Group is Australia’s leading independent provider of education and career resources, dedicated to empowering people to make informed decisions about their future education and career pathways.
The annual Good Schools Guide is one of Good Education Group’s premier publications and comprehensively details 578 schools across Victoria, including a breakdown of each school by sector, academic performance, tuition fees and curriculum, helping parents to make well-informed decisions about the best school for their child.
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The Good Schools Guide’s top Victorian secondary schools with study scores above 40, by region
|Central Metropolitan||Scores Above 40|
|The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School||37%|
|Melbourne High School
St Kevin’s College
|Melbourne Girls Grammar||29%|
|Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak||27%|
|Caulfield Grammar School||26%|
|Southern Metropolitan||Scores Above 40|
|Yesodei HaTorah College||38%|
|Mount Scopus Memorial College||36%|
|Lauriston Girls’ School
Haileybury Girls College
|Leibler Yavneh College||28%|
|Eastern Metropolitan||Scores Above 40|
|Korowa Anglican Girls’ School
Presbyterian Ladies’ College (PLC)
|Methodist Ladies’ College (MLC)||28%|
|Camberwell Girls Grammar School
Ruyton Girls’ School
|Northern Metropolitan||Scores Above 40|
|Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School||20%|
|Alphington Grammar School
Ivanhoe Grammar School
|Academy of Mary Immaculate||12%|
|Our Lady of Mercy College||11%|
|Western Metropolitan||Scores Above 40|
|Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School||25%|
|Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School||24%|
|Suzanne Cory High School||20%|
|Westbourne Grammar School||15%|
|St Columba’s College||12%|
|Barwon-South Western||Scores Above 40|
|The Geelong College||19%|
|Apollo Bay P-12 College||16%|
|Sacred Heart College Geelong||14%|
The Hamilton and Alexandra College
|Casterton Secondary College||11%|
|Central Highlands – Wimmera||Scores Above 40|
|Ballarat Clarendon College||34%|
|Dimboola Memorial Secondary College||13%|
|Goroke P-12 College
|Gippsland||Scores Above 40|
|Swifts Creek P-12 School||17%|
|St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School||10%|
|Catholic College Sale||9%|
|Leongatha Secondary College
Marist Sion College
Neerim District Secondary College
|Goulburn-North Eastern||Scores Above 40|
|Goulburn Valley Grammar School||17%|
|Victory Lutheran College
Shepparton Christian College
|Notre Dame College||7%|
|Cathedral College Wangaratta||6%|
|Yea High School||5%|
|Loddon-Mallee||Scores Above 40|
|Murrayville Community College||21%|
|Girton Grammar School||17%|
|Sacred Heart College Kyneton||9%|
Source: The Good Schools Guide 2019
*A VCE study score is the relative position of a student compared with all others that studied the same subject. Assessment is measured on a scale of zero to 50. For more information, visit the VCAA website.
**The highest median VCE score achieved by any school in Victoria was 37. The lowest median VCE score achieved by a Victorian school was 21.
***The highest proportion of scores over 40 achieved by any school in Victoria was 38 per cent. The lowest proportion of scores over 40 achieved by a Victorian school was 0 per cent.