Emma Kealy is pictured above presenting Dimboola Memorial Secondary College 2019 Dux Daniel Polack with a certificate at the College’s Awards Night on Tuesday night.
Congratulations to all those who have received their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) results.
Completion of secondary education is a significant milestone and achievement, and one that should be acknowledged and celebrated.
If you haven’t received the result you had hoped for there are many other pathways available that will still enable you to reach your goal.
Completing your VCE or VCAL is an achievement that all students should be proud of, regardless of the result. An ATAR score won’t define your life, it’s what you do with it from here that counts.
I would particularly like to congratulate Nihindu Ranasinghe from The Hamilton and Alexandra College who achieved the highest ATAR in the Lowan electorate with a score of 99.65.
I also congratulate the following local dux and high achievers of 2019:
I’m sure that all our local students have a very bright future ahead of them. Thank you to our teachers, schools, families and employers who have supported our local students on their school journey.
- Leah Kerr (VCE) and Morgaine Delahoy (VCAL) of Casterton Secondary College
- Daniel Polack of Dimboola Memorial Secondary College
- Ariana Smith-Ralph of Edenhope College
- Claire Schultz of Hamilton’s Good Shepherd College
- Holly Smith of Goroke P-12 College
- Mya Jones of Horsham College
- Remmi King of Kaniva College
- Harry Harms of Hamilton’s Monivae College
- Teneille Nitschke of Murtoa College
- Shanaye Rowe of Nhill College
- Hannah Bone of Horsham’s St Brigid’s College
- Sandon Schultz of Warracknabeal Secondary College
- Jakob Cocks of Rainbow P-12 College
- Sam Lambevski of Hamilton’s Baimbridge College
- Josiah Mock (VCE) and Alana Hateley (VCAL) of Horsham’s Holy Trinity Lutheran College
Member for Lowan