Twelve Dulwich College International students receive top exam results in China, three top in the world
Dulwich College International students excelled in their Cambridge IGCSE, AS and A-Level examinations last spring, with three ranked number one in the world, seven in the top ten worldwide, and twelve achieving the best scores in China in their subjects. These students are receiving Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards for achieving these remarkable results on 1 December in Shanghai.
Students at the Dulwich International High Schools in Zhuhai and Suzhou performed exceptionally well, achieving examination results that were not just the best in the country but worldwide. Mandy Z from Dulwich International High School in Zhuhai achieved the world top score for IGCSE mathematics and Qingyi D from Dulwich International High School Suzhou did the same in additional mathematics at IGCSE in the world.
Jingyi X, from Dulwich International High School Suzhou, achieved an AS-Level music score that placed her second in the world. Betty W, who placed fourth in the world for A-Level music, graduated from Dulwich International High School in Zhuhai and is currently in her first year at the Royal College of Music in London.
Zhuo L graduated from Dulwich International High School Suzhou with an examination result that ranks sixth in the world in Computing at A-Level.
Three students from Dulwich College Suzhou, along with two each from Dulwich College Shanghai and Dulwich College Beijing, achieved the best examination results in China across a range of subjects. Dulwich College Beijing student Yujin H achieved the highest score in the world in Chinese as a foreign language IGCSE and Lyndsey K from Dulwich College Suzhou achieved the top examination result in China for both geography and English literature.
John Todd, DCI Regional Director of Schools, said that he was thrilled with the outstanding achievements of so many Dulwich College International students. "It is wonderful to see success in line with our high academic aspirations. I also want to acknowledge the commitment of our students to service, sport and the arts in addition to their academic studies.”
We congratulate these students on their stunning academic performance.