So much more than an ATAR

Mentone Grammar takes great pride in celebrating the success and achievements of our students across academic, sporting, creative and personal pursuits.

The Mentone Grammar Community celebrates the Class of 2021 for their incredible achievements, dedication and determination throughout the year, which is reflected in our VCE and VCAL results.

Mentone Grammar Principal, Mal Cater, said he is incredibly proud of what they have achieved, despite all they have been through with the pandemic.

“Now is a time for celebration and to applaud these incredible young people for their commitment and resilience throughout their final years. Not only did they adapt to a constantly changing landscape, they also banded together in the most incredible show of solidarity to support one another and become stronger in the face of adversity.”

Collective Success​

Together, the Class of 2021 achieved these outstanding results:
  • Median ATAR 85
  • 59% ATARs over 80
  • 37% ATARs over 90
  • 15% ATARs over 95
  • 6 Study Scores of 50
  • Median Study Score of 34
  • Dux – Joseph Shim (99.75)
  • 100% VCAL Completion

The Class of 2021 also celebrated:

  • Impressive performances in drama, dance and music with rehearsals all held online and performances streamed to the Community
  • A gallery showcase of visual arts, design and technologies
  • A successful season of online public speaking and debating
  • Shared Social Service and Wellbeing programs
  • A Bond University Vice Chancellor’s Elite Scholarship
  • A University of Melbourne Principals’ Scholarship
  • A continued commitment to sports training with two students being recruited to teams in the Australian Football League: Jacob Edwards (North Melbourne Football Club) and Mitch Owens (St Kilda Football Club)
  • Plus many more personal achievements across a wide range of areas

We wish our Class of 2021 every success in the future and remind them that they are now Mentonians and will always be a special part of our Community.

… when I think back on my time at Mentone Grammar, it is not my ATAR or the fact that I got Dux which stands out. Rather, it is what I learnt and experienced, whether it was academics, sport, friendships made, music or about myself. And for that, I can only thank my teachers, coaches, friends and family.