The table is based on VCE results as published in The Age newspaper on January 15 2005. The data are ordered by the percentage of the students with a study score above 40 (P40 in the table). If the results are equal the school with the higher median study score (MSS in the table) put on the top. If a school is asterisked, that means that the school has too few students to be meaningful and it could change with one or two students removed. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of schools in Victoria, Australia according to 2005 VCE results"
Luther College is a co-educational private secondary school located in the inner-eastern suburb of Croydon in Melbourne, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Luther College, Melbourne"
Unique in its status as a statewide provider for girls (Years 9 to 12), Mac.Robertson Girls' High School (also known simply as Mac.Rob) is a state secondary school in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is a selective school for girls in year 9-12, with entry by academic examination. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mac.Robertson Girls' High School"
The Melbourne Continuation School was Victoria's first state secondary school, which was established in 1905 from the initiative of Director of Education, Frank Tate. The school was founded on the old National Model School in Spring Street, with principal Joseph Hocking. The opening of the school marked the beginning of secondary state education in Victoria. ...more on Wikipedia about "Melbourne Continuation School"
Melbourne Grammar School is an independent school in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, founded in 1858. ...more on Wikipedia about "Melbourne Grammar School"
Melbourne High School is the only selective single-sex State School for boys in Years 9-12 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The equivalent for girls is Mac.Robertson Girls' High School. ...more on Wikipedia about "Melbourne High School"
Methodist Ladies' College (commonly referred to simply as MLC) is an independent school for girls in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. A school of the Uniting Church in Australia, MLC was founded in 1882 as "a modern school of the first order". The main campus is in Kew, with outdoor education conducted at Marshmead and Banksia campuses. ...more on Wikipedia about "Methodist Ladies' College"
Monivae College in Hamilton, Victoria, is a Catholic secondary co-educational day and boarding school. Set on 48 hectares, the college was founded in 1954 by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart. ...more on Wikipedia about "Monivae College"
Mount Scopus Memorial College is a unisex Jewish day school in Melbourne, Australia. It is the largest Jewish day school in the southern hemisphere. As well as its main campus in Burwood, the school has two smaller junior campuses closer to the Jewish centre in Melbourne. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mount Scopus Memorial College"
Mount Waverley Secondary College is a state school in Melbourne, Australia. It consists of junior (years 7/8) and senior (years 9-12) campuses at the top and bottom of a hill, respectively. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mount Waverley Secondary College"
Mowbray College is an independent co-educational day school in Melton, Victoria, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mowbray College"
Nazareth College is a catholic co-educational secondary school located in Noble Park North, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It caters for students in Year 7 till Year 12. The current principal is Gregory F. Clarke. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nazareth College, Melbourne"
Parkdale Secondary College, which is technically located in the adjacent suburb of Mordialloc, Victoria, Australia, is Parkdale's local public school. ...more on Wikipedia about "Parkdale Secondary College"
Parktone Primary School is a small public school located in the suburb of Parkdale in Victoria, Australia. Its unusual name is due to the previous existence of schools Parkdale Primary School and Mentone Primary School when Parktone was established. ...more on Wikipedia about "Parktone Primary School" Don't hesitate to contact stuff on shortopedia Schools_in_Victoria
Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School (PEGS) is a Uniting Church School for boys and girls with campuses located in Essendon, Moonee Ponds and Keilor East in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School"
Princes Hill Secondary College, Princes Hill SC, PHSC is a state high school located in the suburb of Princes Hill (= Carlton North) in Melbourne, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Princes Hill Secondary College"
Salesian College is a Catholic secondary college for boys located in Chadstone, Victoria, Australia. Founded on the philosophies of Saint John Bosco, the college aims to offer a Salesian ideal of education. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salesian College"
Scotch College, Melbourne is an independent school for boys located in Morrison Street, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia and is usually referred to as Scotch. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scotch College, Melbourne"
St Michael's Grammar School is a coeducational independent school in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The school was founded in 1895 by the Community of the Sisters of the Church, and is of Anglican denomination. St Michael's Grammar is located on a single campus, its original location, and covers all schooling years from Kindergarten to Year 12. The school is a member of the Association of Coeducational Schools (ACS). ...more on Wikipedia about "St Michael's Grammar School"
St Paul's Anglican Grammar School is a coeducational independent school founded in 1982 in Warragul, Victoria, Australia. St Paul's is of a Anglican denomination and members of the GIS and ICCES schools associatons. ...more on Wikipedia about "St Paul's Anglican Grammar School"
St. Bernard's College is a single-gender Catholic Secondary School offering a wide range of formal classes, and also a comprehensive informal curriculum, to approximately 1200 young men from Year 7 through to Year 12. The students are expected to be personally enthusiastic about involving themselves in the broad educational spectrum offered by the school. This applies especially to their growth in an informed appreciation of their Faith as an integral and essential part of that broad education. ...more on Wikipedia about "St. Bernard's College, Melbourne" This text is made on shortopedia
St. Josephs College is a Roman Catholic boys' secondary school in the eastern suburb of Ferntree Gully, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "St. Joseph's College, Melbourne"
St. Kevin's College, founded 1918, is a private, Catholic, all-boys secondary school located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is situated in the suburb of Toorak. St. Kevin's was founded by the Christian Brothers. The school became a member of the Associated Public Schools of Victoria in 1957 - the last school to join the APS league. ...more on Wikipedia about "St. Kevin's College, Melbourne"
Star of the Sea College is an Australian Roman Catholic high school located in Gardenvale, Victoria. The school motto is Facta Non Verba which is Latin for "Deeds Not Words". ...more on Wikipedia about "Star of the Sea College"
The Sydney Road Community School is a small government school located in Sydney Road in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick. It has approximately 100 students from Year 7 to Year 12. Established in 1972 at the height of the alternative education movement, the school has no fees, no uniform and no examinations until Year 12. The school prides itself on being able to achieve success with students who may have struggled in the mainstream school system. This does, however, mean that the school often ranks lowly in academic rankings of schools. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sydney Road Community School" This article is made on www.shortopedia.com
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