Further to our celebration of the Class of 2022 results and achievements on Monday 12 December, I am proud to share some more details about the achievements of our Dux, Austen Humphreys, and congratulate our Scholars. 

Our 48 Scholars

Congratulations to our 48 students who have placed in the top 2% of the state with an ATAR of 98 or more.

Those who were contactable and gave permission for their names to be published are:

Taryn Allemand
Marcus Barta                                                                                  
Emma Bruce
Evan Chee
Xingyu Chen
Kate Delaney
Shahaf Epstein 
Estrella Fan 
Daniel Gao    
Grace Gillard
Anika Gobel
Olivia Hu
Ziqian (Jason) Huang
Austen Humphreys
Yuanqi (Rankee) Jin
Nicholas Johnson
Anders Ka Kit Law
Mia Kakoufas
Zentu Kong
Tian Li
Richard Liu

Tony Liu 
Sam Maartens
Juliette Masson 
Felix Poon
Thomas Read 
Ruby Reddrop
Zoe Rivers
Tony Shentu 
Kveta Squire     
Mia Vati
Ismini Vlachodimitropoulos
Ewen Wang
Ji Wang
Michael Wang
Wendy Wang
Irene Weng 
Alicia Wongprasartsuk
Chenghao (David) Wu 
Feifan Wu 
Richard Yang
Yuqi Yang
Yuyang (Max) Zhao

Our Dux – Austen Humphreys

Austen, from Wheelers Hill Campus, achieved an outstanding ATAR of 99.95. He is one of only 39 students across Victoria to achieve this ranking, and we again congratulate Austen on this wonderful accomplishment.

Pictured: Dux Austen Humphreys with Jensen Hjorth, Head of Senior School – Wheelers Hill Campus, and father Mick.

Austen has made a positive and significant contribution to our School community. This year he was the recipient of Academic Colours, The School Prize for Mathematics, and the School General Excellence Awards for Academics. In 2021 Austen achieved a Credit in the Australian Chemistry Olympiad and was also awarded School General Excellence Awards for Academics, demonstrating his commitment to his studies during his time at Caulfield Grammar. 

Austen has also been actively involved in school life, representing Caulfield Grammar in APS Tennis, Basketball and Badminton, and participating enthusiastically in House activities. His involvement in House Volleyball, House Athletics and House Public Speaking were particularly noteworthy, and he was re-awarded an Emblem for Service to Lumsden House this year. Recognising the benefits of striving for balance and ‘working smarter not harder’, Austen also participated in activities where his passions lie throughout the hectic VCE years, including mountain biking and video editing.

Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarship

Three Caulfield Grammar School students were among 62 of Victoria’s highest-achieving VCE students offered Melbourne Chancellor’s Scholarships yesterday at the University of Melbourne. Congratulations to Yuanqi (Rankee) Jin, Austen Humphreys (pictured above) and Richard Liu from Wheelers Hill Campus on this prestigious achievement, securing them a generous fee exemption and guaranteed place in the graduate program of their choice at the University of Melbourne in 2023. 

Thank you again to our exemplary staff who go above and beyond each day to support our students in unlocking their passions and bringing out their best. 

Go well, Class of 2022 – we look forward to seeing where your next adventures take you.

Ashleigh Martin