Three students of Peninsula Grammar’s graduating Class of 2017 were recently presented with their Premier’s VCE Awards at the prestigious award ceremony.
More than 1100 guests attended the ceremony, where Victoria’s top-performing VCE students from 2017 were recognised for their outstanding academic results. A total of 302 awards were presented to 274 students.
Charlotte Holland was one of 23 students to receive a Top All-Round VCE High Achievers Award for attaining study scores of 46 or higher across at least five subjects and was the only student on the Mornington Peninsula to receive this coveted award. Charlotte’s 14-year journey at Peninsula Grammar commenced in Kinder and her unwavering commitment to her studies throughout this time ensured this meritorious achievement.
Daniel Pham was one of only three students to receive the International Student Award. Daniel’s determination and dedication to his studies are a testament to his ability, making Daniel a most deserving recipient of his award.
Grace O’Sullivan was the recipient of a Study Award for Drama. Her score of 50 in Drama was phenomenal, as was her ATAR result. In 2017 Grace combined her enthusiasm for Performing Arts with a diligent study routine whilst at the same time fulfilling her responsibilities as Head of School.
Peninsula Grammar’s Class of 2017 achieved an exemplary set of VCE scores through their unrelenting determination to make the most of every opportunity afforded to them during their time at the School.
By providing a nurturing environment and the best quality teachers, students at Peninsula Grammar are able to learn, grow and flourish.