Achievement at Lauriston is celebrated in a number of ways. From reaching a personal best to presenting at assembly for the first time to completing the final hike at Howqua, all success – group or individual – is celebrated. Each year we also look forward to celebrating the final results of our graduating class. Receiving these results mark the beginning of a new and exciting chapter for our girls; the whole community joins together to celebrate the hard work demonstrated by our students and our teachers. 

2019 Results

2019 Combined VCE and IB Results

The graduating class of 2019 achieved fantastic results, with 80% of students achieving an ATAR of 80.00 or above. Overall:

  • 16% of students achieved an ATAR of 99 and above
  • 39% of students achieved an ATAR of 95 and above
  • 59% of students achieved an ATAR of 90 and above

These strong results reinforce the merit of our approach to support every student to find her individual strengths and passions. Lauriston’s impressive results in VCE and IB reinforce the depth of both programs and the wonderful work of students, teachers and parents.

2011 2019 combined scores percentage


2019 IB Results

Lauriston Girls’ School has once again achieved excellent IB results with 35% of students achieving ATAR score over 99. Of the 30 students who chose to study IB in 2019, 26 achieved an ATAR score of 90 and above.

2011 2019 IB ATAR Scores 2

2011 2019 IB percentage scores


2019 VCE Results

The hard work of our 53 VCE students, their teachers and parents has been rewarded with excellent 2019 VCE results. With 25% of students achieving an ATAR over 95, once again Lauriston students have risen to the challenge and reaped the rewards of their efforts.

43% of students achieved a score above 90 and 6% of our girls were in the top 1% of the state with ATAR scores above 99.

Percentage of ATARs above scores VCE 2019

It is a great year for Arts and Maths at Lauriston - 62% of Studio Arts students and 50% of Visual Communication and Design students received a study score of 40 and above, as did 42% of Further Maths students.

ATARs percentage between VCE 2019 2