Top Schools, Ranked by VCE 40+ Pct, Victoria, 2016

This report ranks the Victorian VCE schools in order according to their VCE 40+ percentage measure, as published by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority.

The VCE 40+ percentage is the proportion of VCE study scores of 40 or more at each school.

Where two schools have equal 40+ percentage measures, the total count of 40+ scores is used as a secondary ranking measure.

Note that this report is an excerpt. To see the complete set of award statistics for each school, please refer to the Vic School VCE Statistics report.

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1 Academy of Mary Immaculate Fitzroy 138 6.2 30 24
2 Adass Israel School Elsternwick 119 0 0 0
3 Advance Community College Rosebud West 0 0 0 0
4 Aitken College Greenvale 161 7.7 44 29
5 Al Siraat College Epping 28 0 0 0
6 Al-Taqwa College Islamic Schools of Vic Truganina 192 2.3 10 8
7 Albert Park College Albert Park 230 9.2 59 39
8 Albury Wodonga Community College Wodonga 36 0 0 0
9 Alexandra Secondary College Alexandra 59 2.7 2 1
10 Alia College Hawthorn East 21 4.5 2 1
11 Alkira Secondary College Cranbourne North 235 1.3 7 5
12 Alphington Grammar School Alphington 117 9.8 25 22
13 Antonine College Pascoe Vale South 79 4.4 13 8
14 Apollo Bay P-12 College Apollo Bay 23 6.3 4 3
15 Aquinas College Ringwood 325 6 63 50
16 Ararat College Ararat 50 0 0 0
17 Ashwood High School Ashwood 91 4.7 9 6
18 Assumption College Kilmore 350 3.4 25 16
19 Auburn High School Hawthorn East 51 3 3 2
20 Australian International Academy Coburg 35 0.6 1 1
21 Ave Maria College Aberfeldie 229 5.4 28 21
22 Avila College Mt Waverley 265 10 84 59
23 Bacchus Marsh College Bacchus Marsh 143 0.8 1 1
24 Bacchus Marsh Grammar Bacchus Marsh 227 8.9 69 46
25 Baimbridge College Hamilton 80 2 2 2
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