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24 • 08 • 2020
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ACG School Jakarta: Academic excellence across Cambridge results

ACG School Jakarta is thrilled with their IGCSE Cambridge International results after students received perfect pass rates in the recent assessments.

ACG School Jakarta’s IGCSE Cambridge pass rates for 2020 show an incredibly high level of achievement.

  • IGCSE pass rate: 100%

Additionally, 32% of ACG Jakarta’s IGCSE level papers received an A grade (80% or better) which looks sure to solidify the school’s academic reputation over the coming years.

Special mention must also be made of the exceptional performances of two standout students:

  • Michelle Wilding
    Michelle received a remarkable seven A* grades (90% and above) for IGCSE level biology, business studies, English, art and design, global perspectives, Bahasa Indonesian, and English literature, with a further A grade for mathematics.
  • Raahim Hadi
    Raahim was awarded an outstanding seven A* grades across his IGCSE subjects. These included mathematics, chemistry, physics, English, global perspectives, English literature, and physical education.

As the number of Cambridge International students continues to grow around the world, it is becoming ever more challenging to achieve top outcomes. With that in mind, these results are a true testament not only upon the school and it’s dedicated teaching staff, but also to ACG Jakarta’s highly motivated students and their extremely supportive families.

Principal Shawn Hutchinson believes these strong results reflect the hard work and dedication of all students across the board.

“After experiencing the final stages of the IGCSE courses under challenging circumstances, we were very pleased with the excellent results our students achieved,” he confirms.

“The IGCSE qualifications continue to provide a solid foundation for students, developing essential approaches to learning skills that will see those moving up to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) commence their studies with confidence. Congratulations to all of our students. We look forward to working with them over the next two years as we guide and support them through the IBDP.”

About Cambridge
The Cambridge International Curriculum is now taught to almost a million learners, in over 10,000 schools, across 160 countries. Setting a global standard for education and academic achievement, Cambridge qualifications are accepted by every UK university, by 600 universities in the US (including all the Ivy League colleges) and in many other major student destinations, such as Canada, Australia, South Africa, Germany and the Netherlands.