VCE Leadership Awards
About the Awards
The VCE Leadership Awards recognise the efforts of VCE students in promoting leadership and participation in their school and local community. VCE Leadership students demonstrate initiative, inspire others, work well in a team and are committed to making a difference. They take an interest in activities such as the arts, sport, debating and public speaking; they may campaign for social justice and environmental protection and/or raise funds for worthy causes.
The VCE Leadership Awards are open to government, Catholic and independent school students. Mature age students are also encouraged to apply for these awards.
The VCE Leader of the Year will be announced at a ceremony in late November. The VCE Leader and finalists will receive a certificate, an engraved trophy and prizes. The finalists will also be profiled in the VCAA Bulletin and featured on the VCAA website.
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How to Apply
Find out how to apply for your chance to be a VCE Leadership Award recipient.
2015 VCE Leader of the Year
The VCE Leader of the Year for 2015 is Rachael Davies from St Monica’s College. Rachael is one of eight VCE Leaders who have received a VCE Leadership Award.
Rachael won a Lenovo ThinkPad S1 Yoga laptop computer. The other seven VCE Leaders received Lenovo TAB 2 A7 tablets. All the finalists also received a three-month subscription to the Herald Sun newspaper and 12-month digital subscription.
Rachael is an outstanding advocate for multiculturalism and youth voice.
2015 VCE Leadership Finalists and Gallery
Gallery of VCE Leadership Awards Overall Leader and Finalists.