Bromsgrove International School Thailand announced their outstanding results at AS and A Level from June 2017. These results have set a new high standard for future Bromsgrove students and the faculty is sure current Sixth Form students will rise to meet the challenge.
These results show the immense hard work and dedication of every student, but thanks must also be given to their outstanding teachers who have inspired, guided and supported each and every student to realise their potential. The personalised learning approach at Bromsgrove has clearly proved its merit and they are pleased to share some individual success stories and an overview of the results from the Sixth Form.
* 44% of Year 12 students achieved 3 or more A grades at AS Level.
* 49% of all grades awarded to Year 12 were A grades.
* 55% of Year 13 students achieved 3 or more A* or A grades at AS Level.
* 64% of Year 13 students achieved 3 or more A*, A or B grades at AS Level.
* 40% of all grades awarded to Year 13 A* grades.
* 25% of all grades awarded to Year 13 were A grades.
The Bromsgrove Class of 2017, following their outstanding results at A Level, have accepted offers from top higher education institutions around the world:
Papawarin Pinij – University of Cambridge – Architecture.
Surabhi Vanalia – University College London – Law.
Chanhee Park – London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London) – Government and Economics.
Henry Millard – University of Bath – Natural Sciences.
Shubhansh Bharati – University of Birmingham – Economics.
Sita Wareesngaid – University of Sydney – Psychology.
Seyi Kim – Hong Kong University Science and Technology – Mathematics and Economics.
Tristan Pangilinan – California State University Northridge – Computer Science.
These students will be fondly remembered for the sense of community that they brought to the school as well as their excellent academic achievements, with some students having been part of the school for over a decade. As a school, Bromsgrove is exceptionally proud of these young men and women and wish them all the best with their future studies and careers.