Lodge International School students set new personal records with 47 pct achieving straight As in A-Levels

Lodge International School's 2022 A-Level high achiever students.

KUCHING, Aug 13: Lodge International School’s 2022 A-Level students have set another record of excellence with 47 per cent of them achieving straight As.

Lodge International School in a statement today said the result is a 13.1 per cent increase compared to what the school’s students achieved in the previous year.

“Out of 66 students, 28 students achieved 4A/As and above, with Brandon Chan Seng Han in particular achieving 5 straight As, and 10 students achieving 4 straight As,” it said.

Meanwhile, Lodge International School Principal Markus Gatuman also conveyed his congratulations to the class of 2022 for their excellent results.

“I would also like to thank all the parents and teachers who have been our greatest support during this time. It takes a village to raise a child, and it is a privilege to be part of the Lodge School family, with students and teachers who never fail to pursue excellence in all endeavors.

“Wherever you go next, I trust that you will continue to ‘Learn, Persevere, Succeed’,” he said.

Under the Science category, Biology, Chemistry and Physics students all achieved a 100 per cent pass rate, with over three quarters of Biology and Chemistry students attaining A/As (77.8 per cent and 75.5 per cent respectively), while close to 60 per cent of Physics students achieved A/A*s.

In the Mathematics category, despite Further Mathematics being a highly specialised subject, 50 per cent of its students achieved A/A*s, while 67.3 per cent of Mathematics students attained A/A*s, which is a 13 per cent increase from 2021.

For the Humanities category, there has been an overall increase in A/A* grade achievement for Economics (46.7 per cent), Geography (50 per cent) and Psychology (66.7 per cent), while Psychology in particular has a shown a great leap in improvement, with a 29.2 per cent increase from 2021.

English Language and Business students continue to maintain a stable performance, with a 100 per cent pass rate, and one quarter of Business students also achieved A/A*s. — DayakDaily