Updated: The official 2021 Victorian Senior Secondary Schools statistics have now been published by VCAA. The 2021 school profiles below are now complete, including school rankings and achievement data.
Below are the 2021 top VCE students at Melbourne Girls Grammar ranked by their High Achiever award counts.
|2||Giles, Merrin Elizabeth||5||43,42,42,42,40|
|5||Birrell, Emma Wynter||4||48,47,47,44|
|7||Woo, Emma Yoong-Lin||3||45,44,42|
|10||Travers, Alexandra Kiri||3||44,41,41|
Below are the 2021 top VCE subjects at Melbourne Girls Grammar in order of their High Achiever award counts.
|9||Health and Human Development||5||48,42,41,40,40|
To view the statistics and trends for Melbourne Girls Grammar on the chart below, select one or more items from the dropdown list.
Multiple data sets can be selected in any combination. Up to seven years of data is displayed.
Measurements and #rankings are displayed against the left axis. Percentages(%) are displayed against the right axis.
Below are the 2021 VCE school ranking ladders.
The first ladder below shows the position of Melbourne Girls Grammar when all schools are ranked by their 2021 median VCE study scores (as published by the VCAA). If two schools have equal median scores, their VCE 40+ percentages are used as a tie-breaker.
The second ladder below shows the position of Melbourne Girls Grammar when all schools are ranked by their 2021 VCE 40+ percentage measures, (as published by the VCAA). If two schools have equal 40+ percentages, their 40+ score counts are used as a tie-breaker.
Ranking positions are assigned to the top 400 schools.
This compares the number of High Achiever awards in each subject at each Victorian School
In 2021, Melbourne Girls Grammar won more awards than any other school in the following subjects:
(click on a heading or label to see the full list)
The Australian Student Prize was a national prize awarded each year to the top 500 Australian senior secondary school students (the prize ceased in 2014).
Since 2003, a total of 20 students at Melbourne Girls Grammar have won an Australian Student Prize. [See yearly totals]