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Edexcel High Achiever Awards 2017-2018

We are delighted to announce that two of our students, Ryan Ka Muk Lin and Felix Yuet Long Wong,
have received the Edexcel High Achiever Awards for June 2018 series.

Both of these are significant achievements as Ryan achieved the Highest Mark in the World for IGCSE Mathematics whilst Felix scored the Highest Mark in Hong Kong for IGCSE Commerce. These students, as well as their parents and teachers should be applauded for their phenomenal efforts in attaining such a high level of excellence in their respective subjects.

Teachers and parents of Ryan and Felix will also be invited to attend the Pearson Qualifications Awards Presentation Ceremony, to be held in June, to honour their achievements. Well done to all!

GCSE and IGCSE Results 2017-2018

Congratulations to our latest cohort of IGCSE students on their marvellous results. Kiangsu-Chekiang College International Section is very pleased to announce that we have once again achieved outstanding results in the recent GCSE / IGCSE 2018 examinations. Overall, our examination pass rate was 99 % with nearly 90% of our students attaining the highest A*-C / 9-4 grades. 52 % of our students also achieved the top A*-A / 9-7 grades.

All of these results are higher than the UK average and should be commended and celebrated. Now entering into our 13th year of delivering the GCSE / IGCSE syllabus, our students’ performance in these examinations has never been stronger and this reflects well on their own skills and aptitude to achieve academic success globally.

These results would not be possible without the combined hard work and diligence of our teachers, students and parents. We are very appreciative of the committed support shown by our parents for our school and our students over the years, making the likelihood of this success possible. Thank you to our teachers for their hard work and expertise in preparing our students so effectively for these examinations, by setting high expectations and providing them an encouraging learning environment for them to reach their full academic potential. And lastly, to our students, who have worked very hard over the course of the year. The results truly reflect the work you have put into your studies!

Congratulations again to our latest cohort of IGCSE students on their marvellous results.

IB DP Results 2017-18
Congratulations to our IB DP Class of 2018!

Kiangsu-Chekiang College, International Section has achieved a perfect result in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Examinations!

School statistics from the IB
Number of diploma and retake candidates registered in the session: 37
Number of candidates who passed the diploma: 36
Average points obtained by candidates who passed the diploma: 37
Highest diploma points awarded to a candidate: 44
Average grade obtained at the school by candidates who passed the diploma: 5.87

In the May 2018 IB DP examinations, 97.2 % of our students registered for the full IB Diploma were successful, a statistic well above the world average. This is a remarkable achievement given that KCCIS is a non-selective IB World School. Our mean point score is 37, which is way above the global average. Average grades for all IB subjects are also above worldwide averages for all IB subject groups indicating that our students performed brilliantly across the curriculum groups. Regarding individual student performance, 33.3 % of students achieved 40 or more IB points. Four students achieved the distinction of scoring 44 out of a maximum of 45 point.

KCCIS wishes to congratulate all those students who have achieved the IB Diploma and who have secured higher education places at the world’s leading universities such as University College London, Pennsylvania State University, University of Toronto, Simon Fraser University, University of Edinburgh, University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.