The Brighton Secondary College community congratulates its Year 12 students of 2012.
As an open entry school, our College celebrates the results of all students who have shown commitment to their studies.
Highlights and Achievements for 2012
The VCE results were very good, with the following outcomes:
• 173 students successfully completed Y12
• 30% of year 12 students attained a score of 80 or higher, placing them significantly above the average across the state
• 14% of students attained a score of 90 or better
• There were 68 study scores of 40 or better (including 2 x50),
• 9 (43%) of our International student cohort attained scores of 80 or better, with 4 (19%) attaining 90 or better
• The dux for the year was Jiemi Lin with an ATAR Score of 99.65
• 6 of our International student cohort attained scores of 90 or better, with 2 attaining 95 or better…. which is a stunning achievement given that English is not their first language
• 11 international students achieve 80+
• Anne Kirkpatrick was awarded a Premiers VCE Award in Further Mathematics
Year 12 Destinations
The following is a snapshot of where our 2012 year 12 students have gone:
• 158 of our VCE students made VTAC applications
• 141 (89%) of these student received an offer
• 90% of the offers were in the first four preferences
• 15 students returned to their country of origin
• 30 students received an offer from Monash University
• 23 students received an offer from RMIT University
• 16 students had offers from Deakin University
• 11 students received offers from Melbourne University
• RMIT TAFE, Swinburne Uni & Latrobe Uni had the balance of the offers
• 26 offers were in the creative arts fields, 21 Arts/Social Science/Welfare
• 45 offers were for Business Commerce Courses
• 15 offers were to Health related fields
These figures reflect the hard work put in by our students and the dedication of our teaching staff.
Most importantly of all….100% of our students grew as individuals, matured, encountered experiences, acquired new knowledge and skills, and built healthy relationships with each other and their teachers.