Regent’s School reveals world’s No.1 and Thailand’s top math students

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Dr. Virachai Techavijit (4th from left), chairman of The Regent’s School, Thailand, accompanied by the board of directors Miss Rukshanok (3rd from left) and Miss Kwanshanok Techavijit (4th from right), presided over a press conference recently on the international school’s 2011 strategies.

At the press briefing, the school introduced outstanding student Miss Jisu Chae (2nd from right), who gained the world’s highest IGSCE Extended Math scores, and congratulated Uh Sang Ahn (left) who earned Thailand’s highest IGSCE Additional Math score.

Regents School directors and the two outstanding students pose for a photo at the press conference. Regents School directors and the two outstanding students pose for a photo at the press conference.

The ceremony was witnessed by Principal Mike Walton, Mr. John Miller and Quincy Tanner, the alumni who won scholarships to Stanford University and Oxford University.

The IGSCE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) Extended and Additional Math examinations are designed and regulated by Cambridge University for Year 11 students in more than 160 countries that use the British education system.