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Premier’s VCE Awards

On Wednesday 20 July, Braemar College students, Benjamin Shaw and Myles Courtney, received top honours at the Premier’s VCE Awards ceremony, for their outstanding VCE results in 2021.

Benjamin Shaw received a Premier’s VCE Award for being a Top All-Round VCE High Achiever, which is given to students who achieved outstanding results (study scores of 46 or higher) in five or more of their subjects. He also received Study Awards for Chemistry and Specialist Mathematics. Myles Courtney received a Study Award for Chemistry.

This achievement puts Benjamin and Myles among the top VCE students in the state in 2021.

Braemar College Principal, Mr Russell Deer, commented that “[the] entire school community is exceedingly proud of these exceptional achievements. Well done to both Benjamin and Myles on their outstanding academic results”.

298 of Victoria’s brightest students were recognised by this year’s Premier VCE Awards. To view the full Honour Roll and to read more about the Premier’s VCE Awards, click here.

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