Girton Grammar School students receive their ATAR scores

GIRTON: Hritik John, Jake Fletcher, Milos Babovic, Alexander Nielsen, Alexander O'Shea and Jameson Crawford. Picture: NONI HYETT
GIRTON: Hritik John, Jake Fletcher, Milos Babovic, Alexander Nielsen, Alexander O'Shea and Jameson Crawford. Picture: NONI HYETT

This year Girton Grammar School has acheived the impressive accomplishment with a median ATAR score of 83.

Dux Alexander Nielsen was able to achieve the perfect ATAR score of 99.95.

“I really committed a lot of time over the years to doing school work.”

Alexander already has his eyes set on the next stage of his life, which is completing future study in the U.S.

“I applied to Georgetown University’s Early Action Program and I found out about two hours after I received my ATAR this morning that I was successful for being accepted into it,” he said.

Alexander O’Shea followed close behind with an ATAR of 99.55.

“I plan to study bio-medicine and a Diploma of languages,” he said

Jake Fletcher also achieved a score of 99.55.

“I plan to study science at Melbourne University.”

Milos Babovic achieved a score of 99.35 and Hritik John achieved a score of 99.25 and both plan to study medicine next year.

Headmaster Mr Matthew Maruff said he is “absolutely delighted” and that students have worked hard, have been taught very well by their teachers and loved by their parents.

“I am immensely pleased that the desire to learn is so evident in this year’s VCE results and I hope we have established the foundations for a lifelong love of learning,” he said

“I couldn’t be happier.”

I am immensely pleased that the desire to learn is so evident in this year's VCE results and I hope we have established the foundations for a lifelong love of learning

Headmaster Mr Matthew Maruff