St Joseph’s Private Secondary School students ace SPM exams with 27 earning straight As

The top achievers from St Joseph's Private Secondary School in a group photo on June 8, 2023.

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KUCHING, June 8: A total of 27 students from St Joseph’s Private Secondary School (SJPSS) achieved straight As in their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2022 examination.

Among them, one student scored 10A+ and 1A, while another student scored 9A+ and 1A.

In addition, 11 students obtained 11As and 1B, and a total of 62 students achieved a grade of B or higher in all subjects.

The school had 159 students taking the SPM examination in February and March this year.

The chief executive officer of St Joseph’s Family of Schools, of which SJPSS is a part of, Christopher Chua was on hand to meet the graduates as they came to collect their results. He was accompanied by the senior assistants of the school.

Although SJPSS acting principal Fr Stanley Goh was unable to attend the event in person, he sent his heartfelt congratulations to the graduates for their outstanding performance in the SPM examinations, despite the numerous challenges they faced due to the pandemic.

In a statement, he expressed his immense pride in how the students rose above the difficulties they encountered throughout their academic journey.

“The Josephian spirit of courage and wisdom was shown by all of them as they managed to meet the challenges head-on while learning and growing in the process,” he said in a statement today.

Fr Stanley further extended his gratitude to the dedicated teachers who provided unwavering support and encouragement to the students throughout their years at the school.

“Teachers do so much more than teach and impart knowledge as they were a constant source of strength and encouragement for our students, especially during the difficult times of the pandemic.

“As we congratulate our students, we also extend much gratitude to all teachers for all that they are,” he added. — DayakDaily