Haileybury sweeps Premier’s VCE Awards

NEWS 21 Jul 2022

The 2022 Premier’s VCE Awards have brought more outstanding results for Haileybury students, building on the success of previous years.

In total, 16 students from Haileybury have been recognised at the Premier’s VCE Awards for their outstanding achievements in a range of subjects — from Sociology and Creative and Digital Media to Accounting, Music Sound Production, French and Mathematical Methods.

The Awards recognise top-performing students from across the state who excelled in their VCE studies during 2021. They also pay tribute to the principals, teachers and students’ families who play a key role in supporting the award-winning students during their VCE studies.

This year, 298 students across 90 subjects were recognised with awards for their outstanding results. The Awards were presented on Wednesday, 20 July during a ceremony at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

“Haileybury has a long and very proud tradition of achieving remarkable academic results,” says Haileybury CEO | Principal, Derek Scott.

“Our students are committed, dedicated and passionate about their studies and that same commitment, dedication and passion is also shared by their brilliant teachers.

“Haileybury’s philosophy is that ‘every student matters every day’ and this is borne out by the level of care and attention given to each student in every classroom every day. Along with their own hard work, this helps our students achieve the kind of outstanding results we are celebrating today.”

“We are all very proud of the latest 2022 Premier’s VCE Awards recipients. They showcase the very best that Haileybury has to offer. I have no doubt that these young people will leave our school and go on to lead very productive and purposeful lives.

“I hope they will also inspire the students following in their footsteps to also work hard and aim high.”

Haileybury’s award-winning 2022 Premier’s VCE Awards are:

  • Jeremy Nielsen for Top All-Round VCE High Achiever
  • Bradley James for Accounting
  • Brodie Nash for Music Sound Production (VCE VET)
  • Casper Appelberg for Further Mathematics
  • Chirandith Suraweera for Accounting
  • Duvin Nambuwasam for French
  • Jerry Hao for English
  • Jiaqi Lu for Mathematical Methods
  • Ain Mohiddin for English
  • Chloe Lay for Accounting
  • Chloe Li for Chinese Second Language
  • Finlay McGrath for Sociology
  • Lila Ni for Creative and Digital Media (VCE VET)
  • Melanie Nguyen for Dance
  • Molly Vulcan for Sociology
  • Rufaro Zimbudzi for Drama and English