Record-Breaking A Level Results Recognised by Edexcel

Ishrath Irshadeen Elizabeth Moir June 2015 4 A 8818-406

Congratulations to all our students who won prizes at the 2015 Edexcel High Achievers’ Awards Ceremony, held at BMICH in November.

Our students won 9 awards for gaining 3 or more A* grades at A Level, more than any school in Sri Lanka has ever received before.  This included Jananan Mithrakumar and Sanush Nukshan, who both gained 5 A*, results only ever surpassed by one Sri Lankan student.

Two students also won World Prizes for obtaining the highest mark in Sri Lanka and one of the top ten in the world: Sanush in Chemistry with 100%, the highest in the world; and Ishrath Irshadeen in Physics with 99%, the 6th highest in the world.

Five students won awards at IGCSE for achieving 7 or more A* grades.  Young Eun Shin also won the World Prize for Art after scoring 100%, the highest mark in the world.

Our Senior Choir was again invited to perform at the ceremony.  Their stunning medley from Footloose injected much-needed energy and entertainment into proceedings and had more than one of the special guests singing along from the head table!

 Grade Awards

Jananan Mithrakumar              5 A*
Sanush Nukshan                     5 A*
Ryan De Silva                         4 A*
Ishrath Irshadeen                    4 A*
Afdhal Saheed                          4 A*
Rakulan Sothinathan               4 A*
Nathasha Bogoda                   3 A*
Steffan Paul                            3 A*
Dulanga Jayawardena             3 A*

World Prizes

Sanush Nuksha                      Chemistry                    100%   (1st in world)
Ishrath Irshadeen                    Physics                        99%     (6th in world)


Grade Awards

Ahmed Azmeer                       8A*
Sikhandi Thiagarajah              8A*
Alma Abdulla                            7A*
Jithvan Ariyaratne                   7A*
Shenali Lokubalasuriya           7A*

World Prizes

Young Eun Shin                     Art                               100%   (1st in world)

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