DCI students receive Top in China and World awards for A-Level and (I)GCSE

Dulwich College International students have received prestigious awards acknowledging their outstanding performance in the 2017 (I)GCSE and A-Level examinations.

Pictured from left to right, Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong graduates Fredric, Ana, Candy and Baron. Baron, Candy and Fredric all earned "Top in World" awards for Mathematics, while Ana earned "Top in China" for Foreign Language Spanish. 

Fourteen students were awarded a total of 18 “Top in China” awards across a wide range of subjects, including economics, chemistry, English literature, French, religious studies, art and design, music and psychology.

Thirteen students were awarded a total of 13 “Top in World” distinctions, in subjects such as history, mathematics, Chinese, biology and physical education. Students will receive Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards at a ceremony later this year.

Lyu J, Dulwich International High School Suzhou, Top in World for A-Level Maths

Regional Director of Schools John Todd expressed his delight at the outstanding results. “These show that we are truly the leading academic school group in China. Alongside our students’ achievements in music, sports, community service, visual and performing arts and other co-curricular pursuits, our holistic approach to education allows students to excel in all areas leading to acceptances to top universities around the world. Congratulations to students, parents and teachers on this tremendous success.”