Completing the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB) is a major achievement and Kardinia International College congratulates our Class of 2018 for achieving this significant milestone.
The College achieved an average IB score of 35, which equates to an ATAR of 93.17. This compares to the worldwide average IB score (in May 2018) of 29.8.
Seventy percent of our IB Diploma students received an ATAR above 90, with 94 percent of IB students receiving an ATAR above 80.
In addition, more than eighteen percent of VCE students received an ATAR above 90, with thirty six percent receiving an ATAR above 80.
We also congratulate our highest achiever and overall College Dux, Son Pham, 2018 College Co-Captain who completed VCE and received an ATAR of 99.9.
Two students, including College Co-Captain, Emma Campbell and House Captain, Stephanie Cameron achieved IB scores of 44 out of 45, equating to an ATAR of 99.85, a further two students achieved 43, converting to an ATAR of 99.70.
Thank you to the many teachers, families and friends who encouraged and supported our students throughout their studies.
Once again, congratulations to all our Year 12 students on their outstanding efforts and achievements and to all College staff, past and present, for the role they have played in supporting and challenging our students to enable them to reach their potential.