Bialik tops Jewish rankings, Yavneh overtakes Scopus
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Bialik tops Jewish rankings, Yavneh overtakes Scopus

Bialik College comes second in state rankings.

Bialik College came second in the state.
Bialik College came second in the state.

AFTER another interrupted and challenging year, our Jewish schools have come out strong, with Bialik College topping the VCE rankings yet again.

With a median study score of 37 and a 32.6 per cent of study scores at 40 or above, the Hawthorn East school has managed to crack the top three in the state for the seventh year in a row – coming in second place, behind Haileybury Girls College.

Principal Jeremy Stowe-Lindner said, “We are all so proud of this menschlich and hardworking group of students and their dedicated teachers.”

“It is also so pleasing to see so many Jewish schools in the top echelons of the state and it goes to show what a wonderful group of excellent schools our community has developed,” he added.

Leibler Yavneh College shot up the ranks this year from 25th, taking over Mount Scopus as the second highest scoring Jewish school and the seventh ranked school in the state with a median study score of 37 and 29.4 per cent of study scores 40 or above.

While Mount Scopus slipped a little this year to ninth place, the school was still able to make the top 10 in the state achieving higher study scores than over 500 schools, with a median study score of 36 and 31.9 per cent of study scores reaching 40 or above.

The King David School also achieved a median study score of 36, with 26.8 per cent of study scores at 40 or above – allowing the school to crack the top 20 schools in Victoria, placing 17th.

Yeshivah had a median study score of 35, with 14.3 per cent scoring 40 or above, while Beth Rivkah had a median of 34 and 20.9 per cent of study scores at 40 or over.

At Yesodei Hatorah, the median study score was 31, with 3.1 per cent of study scores of 40 or above.

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