The Victory difference is our caring culture. It's visible in the classroom, playground, Caregroups and on the sporting fields. Each staff member makes a special effort to know and care for the students in their charge. Staff do not follow a ‘one size fits all’ approach but strive to develop individual pathways for students according to their particular interests and talents. Our aim is to inspire, motivate and empower students towards reaching their true potential, achieving their own goals and individual personal bests.
Our academic programs develop confident, literate and numerate problem solvers who have the skills and knowledge to strive for their personal best.
The achievements of the Class of 2021 were extraordinary. Their resilience, determination and positive relationships during the past two challenging years is testament to how well they adapted to the disruption of COVID-19 and Remote Learning.
Victory congratulates our College Dux, Aleisha Coyle on her outstanding ATAR of 99.35. Aleisha scored a 50 in Physical Education, 48 in Health & Human Development, 48 in Psychology (2020), 45 in Biology and 43 in English, placing her inside the top 4% of all students in the state for these subjects.
ATAR RESULTS - 2021
Victory continues to be the leading school in the North-East region with a proven ability to support our senior students in achieving their personal best and connection into their chosen career pathway.
Amazingly, over a fifth of our Year 12s achieved an ATAR above 90 this year – by far our strongest result. Other significant successes include:
- 30.3% achieved 80+
- 54.5% were above 70
- 72.7% scored above 60.
- 11.5% of all study scores were above 40% (top 9% of state) and
- 26.5% of study scores were above 35.
Whilst we celebrate the entire Class of 2021 for their collective achievements, we also acknowledge the following (note: not all individual results can be shared due to privacy):
- Hannah Chick – 96.9 with scores of 43 in Geography, and 41 in History: Revolutions and English
- Liam Davies – 94.9 with a 44 in English
- Tim Vogelsang – 94.8 with a 40 in Physics
- Lauren Coyle – 94.65 with scores of 43 in History: Revolutions and Psychology
- Lilli Wieland – 91.3 with scores of 40 in Psychology and Further Mathematics
As well as these, a number of other students, including in our Year 12 Classes of 2021 and 2022 achieved subject study scores over 40 which placed them in the top 9% for the state:
- Mackenzie Peiper – Health & Human Development 42, Business Management 40
- Shari Terry – VET Hospitality: Kitchen Operations 41
- Matilda Robb – VET Sport & Recreation 41
- Gabriella Kamber – Psychology 42, VET Hospitality: Kitchen Operations 42
- Charlotte Smith – Physical Education 43
- Isobel Whitehead – History: Revolutions 45, Psychology 40
We are excited to watch the next part of the Year 12 Class of 2021’s journey, which for many involves accepting university placements. Our Old Collegians have been offered university courses ranging from Medicine, Nursing, Biomedicine, Exercise & Sport Science to Physiotherapy, Journalism, Film Television & Animation to Information Technology, Education to Outdoor Leadership, Criminology & Psychological Science, Social Work and Business & Marketing. Students are studying at local universities, CSU & La Trobe as well as RMIT, Deakin, Monash, Swinburne and Melbourne.
We also take this time to knowledge and celebrate students who have successfully obtained full time employment and apprenticeships in their preferred career.
We wish our old Collegians all the best and remind them that they are always welcome back to our Victory Lutheran College community.
Victory boasts first class, award-winning facilities and specialised dedicated Science, Music, Art and Technical Trade Centres. The continuing growth of the College has seen our facilities significantly bolstered over the last few years with a modern tertiary learning environment provided for senior students and a dedicated learning hub opened for Years 5 and 6. These modern facilities enrich each student’s learning journey.
Students are recognised as individuals with their own dreams, abilities and beliefs. The College is nurtured by a framework of Christian attitudes and relationships which help our students grow within a caring community.
Victory provides a dynamic learning environment which empowers students to become life-long learners for the 21st Century. Our dedicated team of teachers strive to provide experiences that encourage participation and celebrate achievement. We challenge students to achieve their personal best to become active, informed citizens.
As we move forward, our Teaching and Learning Leaders are facilitating the implementation of Visible Learning across the College.