2015 VCE Results

Galen Catholic College would like to congratulate all Year 12 students across the 2015 VCE and VCAL on their results. We are proud of their success at VCE with 106 students receiving an ATAR and a further 10 Galen students achieving their Senior VCAL.

We are very pleased to announce that the co-Duxes for 2015 are Fergus Samon and Ryley Pasquali each with an ATAR of 94.65. Both boys are intending to study Science at the University of Melbourne.

We are equally pleased to report that so many students have achieved to the best of their ability and have given themselves the best possible opportunity to move onto their preferred next steps whether that be employment, further study or a Gap year. On the basis of these results, we are confident that the vast majority of students who have applied for tertiary courses will receive offers for their preferred options.

We are also very proud of the achievements of a large number of Year 11 students who have studied a Year 12 subject in 2015 with exceptional results.

Galen Principal, Bernard Neal, said that the staff and community are proud of the achievements of the 2015 cohort. “This was our smallest Year 12 cohort in recent years but the breadth of opportunities available to our students through VCE, VCAL and VET has ensured that the senior students at Galen have been able to tailor courses to suit their particular needs and interests. Today’s results will enable them now to capitalize on having accessed that range of opportunities.

“We wish all the students well on the next stage of their journey – Galen will always be here to help and advise them as needed, and to celebrate their future successes with them. We hope that they will continue to be as proud of their Galen heritage as we are of them.”

Mr Neal also said, “We are equally proud of all students who put in their best effort regardless of their subject scores and ATARs and regardless of whether they completed their VCE or VCAL.”

We wish the Class of 2015 every success in their life’s journey.