“The Cambridge International programme is widely regarded as one of the best pre-university courses in the world and to have our students gain an overall pass rate of 99.6% for all A Level subjects is outstanding”
Cambridge A Level results for 2018 have been released showing an excellent academic year for ACG Strathallan, on par with 2017’s strong performances, according to Principal Danny O’Connor.
Overall, the school’s pass rates are:
- A Level: 99.6%
- AS Level: 86.9%
Mr O’Connor said the school was incredibly proud of what the students have achieved.
“The Cambridge International programme is widely regarded as one of the best pre-university courses in the world and to have our students gain an overall pass rate of 99.6% for all A Level subjects is outstanding. I’m sure they will all be proud and excited about their plans for the future.
“It is a credit to the hard work and effort they put into their studies over their time at ACG Strathallan and the incredible support they have received from our dedicated team of teachers.”
While results are still being analysed, some subjects and individuals have emerged as standout performances.
- In A Level Chinese, 46% of students achieved A* (90% and above) and 23% achieved an A (80-90%), with all students achieving 60% and above.
- In AS History, 29% achieved A (80% and above), almost double the most recent worldwide average of 15.1% (June 2018.) In addition, 43% achieved a B (70-80%). All students achieved 60% and above.
Serena Jou: Four A*s in A Level Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, including a top mark of 96% in A Level Mathematics, plus an A in AS English Literature. Serena was in Year 12 last year.
Dong-Hyun Lee: Four As in AS Level History, English Literature, Geography and Economics.
Liam Nelson: Four As in AS Level English Language, Biology, Physics and Mathematics and a B in History.
Jeonghyeok Park: A* in A Level Chemistry, and three As in A Level Further Mathematics, Physics and Mathematics.
Chenxin Tian: A in A Level Chinese, and three As in AS Level Physics, Accounting and Mathematics.
Congratulations to these students for their outstanding individual results. We look forward to celebrating them at our scholars’ assembly next month.