School Principal of the Year – Non-government Finalist (Fiona Williams)
Primary School Teacher of the Year – Non-government Finalist (Sandra Torcasio)
Casey Grammar has been recognised with two finalists in the 2022 Australian Education Awards.
Our principal, Fiona Williams, is a finalist in the School Principal of the year – Non-government category and Sandra Torcasio is shortlisted in the Primary School Teacher of the year – Non-government category. As finalists in these prestigious national awards, Fiona and Sandra have been recognised as among Australia’s best educators.
This wonderful news underlines the quality of Casey Grammar’s people and education programs and highlights how hard Fiona, Sandra and their colleagues have worked over the past two years. The Australian Education Awards recognise effective leadership, commitment to the profession, academic achievements, and innovation.
*Award Winners announced 12 August 2022
Schools that Excel Award Winner
Casey Grammar School has been announced as the 2021 winner of The Age ‘Schools that Excel’ Award in the category of non-government school in Melbourne’s Southern region.
The award recognises schools that have shown sustained improvement over the past 10 years and have demonstrated significant advancement of VCE results in their region over this period. Casey Grammar School’s VCE students have been scoring 40 much more often in recent years than they were 10 years ago with 5.7 per cent of the year 12 cohort reaching the mark last year, compared with 0.4 per cent in 2011.
The school also achieved a VCE median score of 30 for the second consecutive year in 2020. Casey Grammar School has a strong focus on implementing strategies and tactics to ensure results continuously improve. These include capping enrolments, despite increasing demand.