Saltus reports best GCSE results
Saltus has reported its top year for the GCSE exam results, head teacher Claire Charlemagne announced.
Ninety-eight percent of students in Year 11 received passes, at grades C and above, for five or more subjects.
Of those, 93 percent achieved five passes in subjects including English and Mathematics.
The improvement from last year's 89 percent pass rate stands as “a real testament to the hard work and dedication of the students and faculty”, Ms Charlemagne said.
“This places Saltus Grammar School well above the UK national average, and confirms its standing as a leading international school.”
Students Nalani Dowling and Daniel Oatley were commended for each receiving five A* grades, along with four A's.
Advanced Placement (AP) exams results were also released for the Saltus Graduate Years Programme.
Five students took AP National Scholar status: Miles Cave, Peter Cooper, Mark Godfrey, Benjamin Sayers and Xiaoyu Sun.
Ms Sun also took the AP International Diploma for passing more than five exams in three or more subject areas.
Leandra Stracquadanio was recognised as an AP Scholar with Distinction, and Nicholas Bergquist and Jonathan D Scott as AP Scholars with Honours.