Current recipients of the VCAL Achievement Awards
Many of Victoria's best and brightest students, teachers and partner organisations were recognised at the VCAL Achievement Awards that took place on-line on Tuesday 28 April 2020.
Suzy Chandler, Executive Director, Curriculum commended the award winners for their enthusiasm, commitment and diligence, and for the great example they provide for others.
Outstanding Achievement – Jacob Herra, Narre Warren South P-12 College
Personal Development Skills – Sarah Morgan, MacKillop Specialist School
Team Achievement - Dylan Charter, Jade Hillas, Andrija Prebanda and Brandon Stevenson, Narre Warren South P–12 College
Outstanding Achievement – Madeline Pangrazio, Kyabram P-12 College
Outstanding Achievement – Caleb Rolph, St Joseph’s Flexible Learning Centre
Team Achievement – Celeste Curcio, Sophie Foster and Scarlet Petti, Our Lady of Mercy College
Work Related Skills – Jordan Fraser, Copperfield College
Outstanding Achievement – Elaya Carbone, Monbulk College
Outstanding Achievement – Jack Ramsay, Broadford Secondary College
Personal Development Skills – Kellie Wood, Lavalla Catholic College
Work Related Skills – Courtney Waugh, Saint Ignatius College Geelong
Team Achievement – Brittney Garvey, Hayley Irwin, Tommy Soeun and Jett Walter, Cranbourne East Secondary College
Kevin Tregoning, Essendon Keilor College
Koorie Student Achievement
April Kille, Cranbourne East Secondary College
Integrated Program – Julie Newton, Sunbury College
Program Development – Shelley Muir, Mentone Grammar School
Team Teaching – Sally Ross, Narre Warren South P–12 College and Belinda Evans, Beaufort Secondary College
VCAL Teacher of the Year – Bobbie Evans, Emmanuel College
VCAL Partnerships - Warrnambool City Council and South West Institute of TAFE
Workplace Learning - atEAST and Eastern Ranges School
Narelle Bean, Werribee Secondary College
VCAL is a hands-on senior secondary certificate of education that provides students with practical work-related experience, and develops literacy, numeracy, and personal skills. The certificate is a pathway to many careers and educational opportunities. VCAL students have gone on to start small businesses, change careers or pursue further study at a TAFE or university.
The VCAA congratulates all the VCAL Achievement Award winners from the 2020 ceremony.
VCAL Achievement Awards Student Speech