Congratulations to
the Class of 2023

Congratulations message from the Headmaster

The Stats


achieved an ATAR of 99.95


students achieved perfect Study Scores of 50


students (5%) scored an ATAR of 99 or above


students (29.5%) scored an ATAR of 95 or above


students (48.2%) scored an ATAR of 90 or above


The Class of 2023 median ATAR

'Congratulations to the Class of 2023. Brighton Grammar continues to maintain our position as one of Victoria's leading boys' schools, delivering exceptional VCE results. These results are a testament to the dedication and hard work of our students, as well as the invaluable support and guidance provided by our teachers and families.' Ross Featherston, Headmaster

Learn more about the boys who achieved 99+

Congratulations to our Dux Mingdong (David) Yang (English as an Additional Language) and Tom Gianatti (Legal Studies) who both achieved a perfect study score of 50 for the second year in a row.

Thomas Breen (Physical Education), Christopher Chhour (Mathematical Methods), Will Crocker (Psychology), Kento Hikima (English and Economics), Kristian Kortge (English), Nicholas McCluskey (General Mathematics), Leonard Shen (Mathematical Methods), Angus Tragear Whiting (General Mathematics) and William Wang (Chinese as a Second Language. Adv) who also achieved perfect Study Scores of 50.

2023 High Achievers

Congratulations to the following boys who received an ATAR of 95 or higher
(in alphabetical order, not by ATAR achieved):

  • Benjamin Antonis
  • Patrick Aylward
  • Malachi Bakker
  • Matthew Barwood
  • Maxwell (Max) Benitez
  • James Clarkson
  • Matthew Cruse
  • Benjamin Fox
  • Heath Fulton
  • Thomas (Tom) Gianatti
  • Yuang (Leon) Gu
  • James Hepples
  • Kento Hikima
  • Jiayang (James) Huang
  • Thomas (Tommy) Keyte
  • Xinyi (Jacky) Kong
  • Kristian Kortge
  • Erik Kyparisis
  • Haolin (Kevin) Liao
  • Lachlan (Lachy) Liberman
  • Cheng (Ben) Lin
  • Pin Tao (Eason) Liu
  • Sitian (Steven) Lu
  • Joshua McCahon
  • Nicholas (Nick) McCluskey
  • Harold (Harry) McKenzie
  • Lachlan Molloy
  • Thomas O'Leary
  • Tristan Orb
  • Lachlan Paino
  • George Roubos
  • Angus Schumacher
  • Zhiting (William) Sun
  • Mason Szonyi
  • Angus Tragear Whiting
  • Kyle Verbunt
  • Zijun (Terence) Wang
  • Zhen (Mike) Wei
  • Daniel (Dan) Whitson
  • Mingdong (David) Yang
  • Shun (Jason) Yang

A note of explanation:
The purpose of the ATAR rankings is to provide a mechanism for placement in tertiary institutions. In a community such as ours, where most boys are aspiring to gain entry to tertiary courses, it is the ATAR that is important rather than individual Study Scores. The ATAR is a rank ordering of all students, rather than a percentage mark; hence, an ATAR of 50 would place a candidate at the halfway point of the population.