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Achievements Worth Celebrating
Twelve students from the 2011 Year 12 group received scores of over 99 in the recent WACE exams, with 37% of the cohort receiving scores over 90 and 21% receiving scores over 95.
Dux of the College in 2011, Ben Luo, scored 99.95, as well as a General Exhibition and Certificate of Distinction in Maths. Other boys who scored over 99 were Dale Atkinson (99.50) - and a Certificate of Distinction for History; Abu Bhartia (99.40); Julian Carrivick (99.30); Matthew De Piazzi (99.50) and a Certificate of Distinction for Maths; Richard Goodheart (99.45), James Leatt-Hayter (99.50), Hiro Masuda (99.55), Simon Matthews (99.70), Aaron Nguyen (99.30), Jordan Webber (99.60), Darren Wee (99.60) - and a Course Exhibition and Certificate of Distinction for Business Management & Enterprise.
Recently, five of the twelve returned to Wesley following the results being published. Julian Carrivick plans to study a double degree in Computer Science and Systems Engineering at Curtin University, Simon Matthews hopes to attend Melbourne University to study Commerce and Law, Richard Goodheart and Matthew De Piazzi plan on going to UWA to study Science and then Medicine and Aaron Nguyen also wants to go to UWA to study Science.
Headmaster David Gee was very pleased with the results and said "Each student's personal achievement is worthy of a celebration. I'm very proud of all our 2011 Leavers, especially with a 100% graduation rate. It was wonderful to see so many of the 2011 cohort achieve such high results, especially these twelve young men, who have worked so hard. It is also exciting that 37% of the cohort received scores over 90 and 21% of them over 95."