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We are extremely proud to congratulate the 100 students from the Class of 2022 who completed their VCE studies this year and are eligible for an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR). We are thankful they were able to complete their studies entirely onsite this year and we congratulate them on their excellent results.

From The Principal

Following two years in 2020 and 2021 of learning both in person onsite and offsite from home, the graduates from the Class of 2022 have been able to take full advantage of being back at school in 2022 alongside their peers. Once again, the graduating class demonstrated their determination to succeed and to remain focused throughout the year resulting in these students being well rewarded with these fabulous academic results. 

In particular, we are delighted to report that:

  • 6% of students achieved an ATAR score higher than 99
  • 10% of students achieved an ATAR score higher than 98
  • 23% of students achieved an ATAR score higher than 95
  • 39% of students achieved an ATAR score higher than 90
  • 78% of students achieved an ATAR score higher than 80.  

Congratulations to:

Congratulations to our 2022 Dux, Alyssa Li who achieved an ATAR score of 99.8.

Our congratulations also go to 2022 Dux Secundi, Adelina Huang with an ATAR score of 99.35.

We also wish to congratulate the following students who achieved an ATAR placing them in the top 2% of all students in Victoria. Congratulations to Rachel (ATAR score of 99.20), Greta (ATAR score of 99.10), Amy (Xinran) (ATAR score of 99.05), Kayla (ATAR score of 99.00), Zoe (ATAR score of 98.95), Mia (ATAR score of 98.60), Georgia (ATAR score of 98.25) and Lilla (ATAR score of 98.00).

As a School we are extremely proud of the achievements of all students in the Class of 2022, supported so capably by their teachers and their Tutors and Year Level Co-ordinator. These achievements are a culmination of dedication, consistent effort and commitment over many years. While a key aim of our school is to enable our students to achieve their personal academic best, we also want them to graduate from Ivanhoe Girls’ as kind, curious, brave, connected and vibrant young adults, who are well-prepared to take responsibility for their own lives and to effect positive change in the lives of others. The Class of 2022 will be remembered as young people who showed outstanding initiative and leadership and who brought life and creativity to their motto of “Be That Somebody”.

Success for many of the students in the Class of 2022 has been characterised by achieving the results that will allow them entry into the tertiary destination of their choice and in knowing that they are now equipped to head out more independently into the next few years of their learning journey. Future success may be to make a difference, to make a contribution to the advancement of the world in some small way or to be a game changer in a large scale project or start-up company. Perhaps success will be to travel to far off countries that have interested them before settling into further study in a year or two. Whatever their future holds, they have earned the right to be successful and to be excited about what lies ahead for each of them.

We hope each member of the Class of 2022 remains kind, curious, brave and vibrant in their actions and outlook, and most of all we hope they will remain connected to each other and to Ivanhoe Girls'. The friendships forged over many years at school are precious and worthy of investment every year of their life and they in turn will provide them with a strong sense of belonging, a homing beacon and pride in what they shared together as the Class of 2022 at Ivanhoe Girls’.

Dr Deborah Priest

Results Overview

15% of all scores in subjects studied by students in Years 11 and 12 were 40 or more, placing them in the top 9% in the state. Given that our students are encouraged to take the more challenging subjects likely to be of greater value to their future careers, this is a pleasing achievement.

ATAR Results

Students with ATAR results 95 and above:

  • Alyssa
  • Adelinda
  • Rachel
  • Greta 
  • Xinran (Amy) 
  • Kayla
  • Zoe
  • Mia
  • Georgia
  • Lilla
  • Name Withheld
  • Valente
  • Annabelle
  • Bronte
  • Ruth
  • Mietta
  • Katherine
  • Abbey
  • Mia
  • Yunzhi
  • Name Withheld
  • Christina
  • Isabella
Study Scores Achieved

The following students achieved scores of 47 or above for their studies:

  • Kelly for English and History: Revolutions
  • Chelsea for Business Management
  • Zoe for Psychology
  • Greta for Legal Studies
  • Adelina Huang for English and Legal Studies 
  • Alyssa Li for English
  • Georgia for Psychology

A score of 40 or more places the student in the top 9% of the state for that subject.

The following students achieved a score of 40 or more in four subjects:

  • Kayla
  • Adelina Huang

The following students achieved a score of 40 or more in three subjects:

  • Bronte
  • Imogen
  • Greta
  • Christina
  • Xinran (Amy)
  • Alyssa Li
  • Mia
  • Mia (Trixie) 
2022 Distribution of ATAR Results

From our 2022 Dux, Alyssa Li:

I am happy with my result and am excited for the opportunities it will bring me, but I know that I could not have done it without the support of my teachers, family and peers. Whether united in laughter or in struggle I have always been inspired by the talent and dedication of the Class of 2022 and am proud of everything we have achieved. 

From our 2022 Dux Secundi, Adelina Huang:

I am genuinely shocked and thrilled with the ATAR result I received and I am also beyond proud of the Class of 2022 for all of our hard work and achievements throughout the year; I’m now hoping to study Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne as well as a Diploma of Music on the side.