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Premier's Award

Kingswood College Class of 2018 student Margaret Chambers has taken out top honours at the Premier’s VCE Awards today - winning an Award for History - Revolutions.

Premier’s Award: History - Revolutions

Kingswood College Class of 2018 student Margaret Chambers has taken out top honours at the Premier’s VCE Awards today - winning an Award for History - Revolutions.

While in Year 12, Margaret completed Units 3 and 4 of History Revolutions scoring a perfect 50. 

As the highest achieving student in History Revolutions across the state, Margaret is a deserving winner of this prestigious prize.

Margaret Chambers achieved an ATAR of 97.25 placing her in the top 3% of the state and nationally.

At Celebration in 2017 and 2018 Margaret was awarded the prize for Chinese as a Second Language and in 2017 she was also awarded the prize for Literature and Cocurricular activities. In 2016 she was Middle School Captain.

Principal Elisabeth Lenders commented ‘Margaret is the ultimate quiet achiever – a student who is diligent, hard-working, respected by her peers, and driven to achieve her personal best. As an Alumni she continues to give back to the Kingswood College community by mentoring our VCE students with their Chinese language studies’.

Margaret is now studying for a Bachelor of Arts at The University of Melbourne.

She joins a long line of distinguished Alumni whose achievements have been recognised at the highest levels:

Class of 2018
Patrick Siassios –Top Designs

Class of 2017
Felicity Adams – Top Class Drama and Theatre Studies
Madeline King – Top Arts

Class of 2016
Christopher Keegan – Premier’s Award for VET Interactive Digital Media
Cameron Stollery – Premier’s Award for Information Technology: IT Applications

Class of 2015
Tom Habal – Top Arts
Daniel Ichallalene – Top Arts

Class of 2013
Ben Lee – Premier’s Award for Mathematical Methods and a Premier’s Award for Media.

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