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    Horsham College dux Jacob Casey.
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    Dimboola Memorial Secondary School 2021 dux Grace Crawley. Grace attained an ATAR score of 88.5.
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    Dimboola Memorial Secondary College has had another successful year in 2021. The school's VCE students obtained the highest median study score in the Wimmera of 31 for the fifth consecutive year.

Accolades for 2021 graduating VCE students

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy has congratulated graduating students across her electorate who have received their Victorian Certificate of Education and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning results.

Ms Kealy said completing secondary education was a significant milestone and achievement.

“It’s one that should be acknowledged and celebrated, particularly given everything this year’s graduating cohort has endured during the past two years,” she said.

“It is even more pertinent this year to recognise that the result you receive does not define you, and will not define your future. There are so many pathways that can take you where you wish to go in life.



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“Take a moment to reflect on everything you have achieved, and be proud.”

Ms Kealy congratulated the duxes and high achievers at schools: Kaniva College, Charli Dodson; Lake Bolac College, Maia Ratana; St Brigid’s College, Horsham, VCE dux Daniel Del Castillo, VCAL dux Jordan Mackley; Murtoa College, Breanna Bell; Horsham College, Jacob Casey; Edenhope College, Imogen Hollis; Warracknabeal Secondary College, Laura Daniel; Dimboola Memorial Secondary College, Grace Crawley; Holy Trinity Lutheran College, Horsham, VCE dux Nathan Rokebrand, VCAL dux Stella Schmidt; Rainbow P-12 College, Ian Norris-Burnett; Nhill College, Brock Stephens; Ararat College, Jack Ward; Stawell Secondary College, VCE dux Melissa Sanders, VCAL dux, Myles Gellie; Marian College, Ararat, Alex Van Opstal; Hamilton and Alexandra College, Milo Cooper; Casterton Secondary College, VCE dux Kate Tomkins, VCAL dux Chloe Humphries; and Hamilton’s Good Shepherd College, Kahli Schultz.

  • Dimboola Memorial Secondary School principal Sally Klinge said the school had the highest median study score in the Wimmera with a score of 31. 

 "Dimboola Memorial Secondary College has had another successful year in 2021. Our  VCE students obtained the highest median study score in the Wimmera of 31 for the fifth consecutive year," she said.
 

The entire December 22, 2021 edition of The Weekly Advertiser is available online. READ IT HERE!

The entire December 22, 2021 edition of AgLife is available online. READ IT HERE!