MLC is an open entry, non-selective school. Our exceptional programs, staff and learning environment ensure students consistently achieve outstanding academic results, well above both state and national averages.


 

As proud providers of holistic, well-rounded education, we celebrate our students’ achievements in all areas alongside academia. This includes sporting achievements, accomplishments in music and the creative arts, excellence in leadership, contributions to community service, and those student who have conquered personal goals.

2017 Year 12 results snapshot

MLC has once again achieved outstanding VCE, VCE VET and IB results, continuing the College’s long tradition of strong academic excellence. Among the exceptional results were five students achieving top-ranked ATAR* scores of 99.95, amongst the highest of any Victorian school year level.

The twelve VCE subjects that achieved perfect study scores of 50 were: Biology, Business, Chemistry, Product Design and Technology (Fashion), English, English Language, Food Studies, Health and Human Development, Hospitality (Kitchen Operations), Japanese 2nd Language, Further Mathematics and Sports and Recreation.

University Offers

We are delighted that a large majority of students also received their first preference for university courses.

The breadth of tertiary courses offered also reflects the wide diversity of interests and talents of the student group. We are proud to see such a range of disciplines chosen and from forty institutions, including those interstate and overseas.

Fields of study include Biomedicine, Commerce, Industrial Design, Psychology, Media, Information Technology and Architecture.

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We look forward to celebrating further with the Class of 2017 when Premier's VCE Awards are announced later in 2018.

Read our news articles on Class of 2017:

VCE Results
IB Results
University Offers

 


* The Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) provides a measure of overall academic achievement that assists universities in ranking applicants for course selection. The ATAR is arrived at after the VCE study scores out of 50 are scaled. Students undertaking the IB also receive an ATAR, referred to as a Notional ATAR.

** Previously reported as three students attaining a 99.95 ATAR. An Enquiry Upon Results means the accurate number is now five.

 

2015 Results snapshot

From the Class of 2015:

  • Three students achieved a top-ranked ATAR of 99.95
  • 37 students (12.3%) in the top 1% with an ATAR of 99 and above
  • 105 students (34.9%) in the top 5% with an ATAR of 95 and above
  • 152 students (50.5%) in the top 10% with an ATAR of 90 and above
  • 17 perfect VCE/VET study scores were achieved across 19 different subjects
  • The median ATAR across VCE, VCE VET and IB was 90.55
2014 Results snapshot

From the Class of 2014:

  • Three IB students achieved a perfect score of 45 or Notional ATAR of 99.95
  • Four students across VCE/VCE VET and IB achieved an ATAR of 99.85
  • 29 students (10%) of VCE/VCE VET and IB achieved an ATAR > 99
  • 82 students (28.2%) of VCE/VCE VET and IB achieved an ATAR > 95
  • 126 students (43.3%) of VCE/VCE VET and IB achieved an ATAR > 90
  • 205 students (70.4%) achieved an ATAR > 80
  • 14 perfect VCE/VET study scores were achieved by 12 MLC students across 11 different subjects
  • 67.5% of Year 12 IB students achieved at least one subject grade of 7, the highest possible IB grade.
2013 Results snapshot

From the Class of 2013:

  • 26 students achieved an ATAR or Notional ATAR score above 99 – placing them in the top 1% of the state
  • 50% of the class of 2013 achieved an ATAR or Notional ATAR score above 90
  • Two VCE students achieved the highest possible ATAR score of 99.95 and one MLC IB student achieved a perfect score of 45 or Notional ATAR of 99.95.
  • 15 perfect VCE/VCE VET study scores were achieved by 12 students across 11 different subjects.
2012 Results snapshot

From the Class of 2012:

  • 25 MLC students achieved an ATAR or Notional ATAR score above 99 – placing them in the top 1% of the state
  • 48% of the class of 2012 achieved an ATAR or Notional ATAR score above 90
  • Two VCE students achieved the highest possible ATAR score of 99.95. Three IB students achieved a perfect score of 45 or Notional ATAR of 99.95.
  • 18 perfect VCE/VCE VET study scores were achieved by 12 students across nine different subjects.

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