Outstanding’ exam results at BHS
The Bermuda High School for Girls announced “outstanding” GCSE/IGCSE results for the 2018-19 academic year.
The school recorded 43 per cent A* or A results, compared to an average of 20.8 per cent in Britain.
A quarter of these grades were A* or the equivalent, with 14.5 per cent at a Grade 9, which is considered higher than an A*.
One third of students sat ten or more I/GCSE examinations and 85 per cent of all GCSE/IGCSE grades achieved were A* to C or the equivalent.
Top scorer Mia Oleksak earned 12 A* grades.
Linda Parker, the head of school, said: “I am very proud of these outstanding results, and particularly the high percentage of 9, A* and A grades.
“These results highlight the value of a BHS education with our skills-based teaching and a personalised learning approach for each girl.”
She added: “I am proud of all of our Year 11 students for their hard work and determination to succeed and surpass our expectations.”
Other top students were:
Gen Lau: 8A*, 3A
Hailey O’Donnell: 8A*, 2A
Lily Van De Weg: 8A*, 1A, 1B
Linnea Kuruvilla: 5A*, 5A
Kiara Burcher: 7A*, 2B, 1C
Leahnae Morton-Richardson: 8A*, 1A
Gabriella Medeiros: 4A*, 5A, 1B
Jasmin Williams: 5A*, 3A, 1B, 1C
Four Year 7 students received Grade 9 or Grade 8 grades in French or Spanish:
Charlotte Esperon: Grade 9 (French)
Sofia Nunez: Grade 9 (Spanish)
Natalia Tafur: Grade 9 (Spanish)
Anne-Camille Haziza: Grade 8 (French)
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