A massive congratulations goes out to all our 2020 VCE students who worked hard under unprecedented challenges in their final year of school.

But a cohort of high-achievers have earned an extra μπράβο in the form of a Premier’s VCE award.

A total of 297 Victorian students received 323 awards across 90 subjects, with Greek representation in the study awards which recognise best performers in individual VCE subjects.

Students must have a study score of 46 or above to be eligible for an award, and at least seven Greek Australians* made it to the list.

“These award winners are a testament to how well Victorian students, teachers and school communities adapted to the challenges of a global pandemic, and still produced outstanding results, ” Minister for Education, James Merlino, said in a statement.

Top-scorers awarded a Premier’s VCE Study Award include:
Paige Marinos (Cheryl Kaloger Brown School of Dance)

Krystal Maragoudakis (Peninsula Grammar)

Boubouras Zara (Presbyterian Ladies’ College)

Katerina Bitzios (Loreto Mandeville Hall)

Marialena Loupo (Oakleigh Grammar)
Natalia-Elsie Mitromara (Alphington Grammar School)

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Zoe Christofides (Strathcona Girls Grammar)

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