Several schools had students that achieved outstanding results, while balancing charity work and extra curricula activities. At the British International School Washington (BISW) Thomas Pierce-Jones gained 11 A* grades, the highest possible achievement for any student undertaking the I/GCSE exams.
Lily Ashby at Nord Anglia School Dubai also achieved 11 A* grades. As Deputy Head Girl, Lily spearheaded the development of a project that supports students struggling at school.
Angel Lee at the British School of Guangzhou achieved 10 A* grades and a Grade 9 in the I/GCSEs. Apart from her academic success, Angel played a key part in her school’s charity leadership committee, adding the qualities of student leadership and service learning into her portfolio of achievements.
Sung Eun Choi at Regents International School Pattaya earned 10 A* grades in the I/GCSE, including a 100 per cent score in Additional Mathematics, an incredible achievement. Sung Eun is also a talented musician and devotes time to his passion thereby greatly contributing to life at school. Academic excellence and talent aside, Sung Eun has frequently demonstrated kindness to his fellow students, putting the needs of his classmates above his own on many occasions, which is arguably one his greatest achievements, his teachers said.