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Beaconsfield Campus – 27 February 2020

 

2019 High Achievers Assembly

On Tuesday 18 February we gathered as a campus community to recognize and celebrate the academic achievements of students in 2019.? We welcomed back students from 2019, as well as their parents and friends to celebrate together.

We acknowledged our 2019 Year Level Duxes, our VCAL Program DUX, students who achieved an ATAR of 90+, students who achieved the top result in their study at St Francis Xavier College, and students who achieved a VCE study score of 40 or above. We also celebrated the achievement of our 2019 College Dux, Neha Shibu. Neha shared some wonderful insights and advice about undertaking VCE with the community. You can read here speech here.

We also welcomed our alumni guest speaker, Sid Wynen (Class of 2012) to address students and share some of his insights of life after school and the importance of discovering your purpose. It was a wonderful celebration of excellence. We congratulate all our 2019 high achievers.

 

 

College Duxes

 

Students who achieved a 90+ ATAR

  • Emma Jelavic
  • Elissa Abou Eissa
  • Natalie Morgan
  • Yuan Fang
  • Sarah Fahey
  • Nimisha Jerry
  • Aiden Dunkley
  • Juan Santiago Limbo
  • Guy Antoine
  • Nakhita Roytash
  • Kiah Martin
  • Brianna Thomas
  • Connor Hinds
  • Andreia Mendoza
  • Nadine Moawad
  • Katrielle Hutasoit
  • Varun Khatri
  • Charli Meister
  • Jessica Grizancic
  • Marc Lim
  • Antonio Quach
  • Jacob Hinds
  • Maximilian Mallan
  • Thomas Metcalf

 

Students who achieved a 40+ Study Score

  • Daniel Armstrong – Maths: Further Mathematics
  • Amie Beveridge – Business (VCE VET)
  • Rafael Bunawan – Languages: Indonesian Second Language
  • Douglas Callus – Information Technology (VCE VET)
  • Kali Captieux – Hospitality (Kitchen Operations)
  • Teagan Coventry – Media
  • Mikayla Dale – Food Studies
  • Taylah Flynn – English
  • Daniel Guic – Sport and Recreation (VCE VET)
  • Mary Halili – Business (VCE VET)
  • Jaydene Hargrave – Business (VCE VET)
  • Damon Hill – Health and Human Development
  • Emaleigh Hogan – Psychology
  • Alex Joy – Information Technology (VCE VET)
  • Niamh Kenny – Maths: Further Mathematics
  • Cory Koj – Maths: Further Mathematics
  • Druvinka Kulatunge – Health and Human Development
  • Regan Laurie – Product Design & Technology: Wood
  • Taeyah Lock – Health and Human Development
  • Danielle Luo – Legal Studies
  • Gabrielle Majstorovic – Psychology
  • Hannah Meinecke – Health and Human Development and English
  • Mahishee Oogathoo – English
  • Christopher Owens – Information Technology (VCE VET)
  • Jayde Pandy – English
  • Angela Patricio – Product Design & Technology: Textiles
  • Abigail Pedro – Health and Human Development
  • Natalia Perez-Ibanez – Product Design & Technology: Textiles
  • Alana Popovic – English
  • Amy Post – Psychology
  • Claire Price – Studio Arts
  • Jacinta Ramsdale – Studio Arts
  • Sen Sathyajith – Maths: Further Mathematics
  • Benjamin Shields – Psychology
  • Jayden Silva – Sport and Recreation (VCE VET) and Physical Education
  • Suprita Singh – English
  • Sreya Thomas – Health and Human Development and English
  • Laura Thorpe – History: Revolutions
  • Tamzyn-Lee Wagner – Sport and Recreation (VCE VET)
  • Abby Williams – Sport and Recreation (VCE VET)

 

Students who achieved the top result in their study at SFXC

  • Georgia Oliver – Units 3 and 4 Accounting
  • Danielle Wilkinson – Units 3 and 4 Accounting
  • Andreia Mendoza – Units 3 and 4 Art
  • Nakhita Roytash – Units 3 and 4 Biology
  • Brianna Thomas – Units 3 and 4 Biology
  • Connor Hinds – Units 3 and 4 Business Management
  • Neha Shibu – Units 3 and 4 Chemistry
  • Maximilian Mallan – Units 3 and 4 Computing: Informatics
  • Douglas Callus – Units 3 and 4 Computing: Software Development
  • Sarah Fahey – Units 3 and 4 Dance
  • Georgia Dowling – Units 3 and 4 Drama
  • Thomas Kirsopp – Units 3 and 4 Economics
  • Elissa Abou Eissa – Units 3 and 4 English as an Additional Language
  • Natalie Morgan – Units 3 and 4 English
  • Mikayla Dale – Units 3 and 4 Food Studies
  • Juan Santiago Limbo – Units 3 and 4 Health and Human Development
  • Mahishee Oogathoo – Units 3 and 4 History: Ancient
  • Laura Thorpe – Units 3 and 4 History: Revolutions
  • Laura Thorpe – Units 3 and 4 Languages: Japanese
  • Danielle Luo – Units 3 and 4 Legal Studies
  • Brianna Thomas – Units 3 and 4 Legal Studies
  • Aiden Dunkley – Units 3 and 4 Literature
  • Nakhita Roytash – Units 3 and 4 Maths: Further Mathematics
  • Neha Shibu – Units 3 and 4 Maths: Mathematical Methods
  • Neha Shibu – Units 3 and 4 Maths: Specialist Mathematics
  • Teagan Coventry – Units 3 and 4 Media
  • Matthew Bateson – Units 3 and 4 Music Performance
  • Oliver Thomson – Units 3 and 4 Music Performance
  • Jacob Hinds – Units 3 and 4 Physical Education
  • Elissa Abou Eissa – Units 3 and 4 Physics
  • Emma Jelavic – Units 3 and 4 Physics
  • Natalia Perez-Ibanez – Units 3 and 4 Product Design and Technology – Textiles
  • Connor Hinds – Units 3 and 4 Product Design and Technology – Wood
  • Brianna Thomas – Units 3 and 4 Psychology
  • Molly Calderwood – Units 3 and 4 Religion and Society
  • Aiden Dunkley – Units 3 and 4 Studio Arts
  • Maximilian Mallan – Units 3 and 4 Systems Engineering
  • Chloe Jones – Units 3 and 4 Theatre Studies
  • Katrielle Hutasoit – Units 3 and 4 Visual Communication and Design
  • James Day – VCAL Senior Literacy
  • Kaitlyn Labios – VCAL Senior Numeracy
  • Tara Ferro – VCAL Senior Personal Development Skills
  • Jack Riches – VCAL Senior Work Related Skills
  • Maximilian Mallan – VCE VET Cert. III Information, Digital Media and Technology (2nd Year)
  • Mary Halili – VCE VET Cert. III Business (2nd Year)
  • Claire Price – VCE VET Cert. III Creative and Digital Media (2nd Year)
  • Ryan Peluso – VCE VET Cert. III Music Sound Production (2nd Year)
  • Kali Captieux – VCE VET Cert. II Kitchen Operations (2nd Year)
  • Natalie Morgan – VCE VET Cert. III Sport and Recreation (2nd Year)
  • Antonio Quach – VCE VET Cert. III Sport and Recreation (2nd Year)
  • Elissa Abou Eissa – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Guy Antoine – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Sharelle Chan – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Luke Cranswick – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Sarah Fahey – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Yuan Fang – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Jessica Grizancic – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Katrielle Hutasoit – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Marc Lim – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Jayden Madeira – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Paige Robertson – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Benjamin Shields – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Sreya Thomas – VCE Baccalaureate
  • Joshua Vine – VCE Baccalaureate

 

The Class of 2019 have raised the bar through the contributions they made for us, which will leave a mark on the College for years to come. We’ve raised our awareness of the environment and the contributions we can make towards our world. We have developed a better understanding of our Positive Learning Partnerships, through their actions and example. We have seen how we can all pursue excellence in our own ways, because they showed us how to grow together, as per our College theme in 2019, We Grow Together.

This year, we will not only strive to take their contributions with us, but take them a step further. Use the talents we have been gifted with, take the passions we hold in our hearts, and use our hands as people of action to move ourselves and each other forward to our goals.

Taylah Worland and Zac McMenamin – College Captains

 

Glen Manton

Yesterday we had motivational speaker Glenn Manton (former Carlton FC player) work with our staff at the Beaconsfield Campus. Glenn is skilled in building positive relationships with young people, and yesterday he shared advice and insights into engaging with students. He will continue working with some of our students throughout the year.

 

Careers

 
Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC)

KEY DATES FOR COURSE APPLICATIONS IN 2020

 

Applications open for courses, SEAS and Scholarships on Monday 3 August

Applications close Wednesday 30 September

SEAS & Scholarship applications close Friday 9 October

Late course applications close Friday 6 November

Very late applications close Friday 4 December

 

This information will also be available on careers link on SIMON and careers wall in LRC Building.

 

DIRECT ENTRY INTO MEDICINE 2020

For students who are applying in 2020 for direct entry into Medicine at Monash University or Dental Science at Latrobe University in Victoria: You will need to register for the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) exam.

  • Registration and booking opens – 2 March 2020
  • Registration and boking closes: 11 May 2020
  • Testing Period: 1 – 31 July 2020
  • Results delivered to Universities Early September 2020
  • Cost (For test taken in Australia) $299
  • Late booking deadline 18 May 2020

FOR UCAT Preparation and support please click here 

For UCAT Registration please click here 

 

PLEASE NOTE – If you are applying for Medicine in 2020 in another state in Australia, please check on the University website, or please come and see us in careers for any support needed.

 

Holmesglen TAFE

Open day March 12. Please check details here.

 

Do you want to study in USA?

Monday 2 March, 6.00pm – 8.30pm
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