Our Sixth Formers have once again excelled, delivering an outstanding set of A-level results.
Pupils and staff at Brighton College Al Ain are celebrating after the College’s second set of A Level results saw students achieve a 99% pass rate.
Key statistics 2019
- 27% of our grades were A*-A
- 82% of our grades were A*-C
Outstanding A-level achievers include:
Maheen Shahbazi - A*A*A (English Literature, History, Economics - will read philosophy, politics and Economics at Warwick University.
Konrad Galazka - AAA (Mathematics, Computers Science and Physics) - will read computer science at McGill University, Canada.
Hana Bagueid - AAB (Economics, English Literature, History) - will read law at either the universities of Leeds or Cardiff.
Lara Brown - A*AB (Art, Politics, History) - will take a gap year as a volunteer.
Georgia De Lima Zanella - A*AB (Art, English Literature, Biology) - will read psychology at the University of Amsterdam.
Joe Hall, Head of Sixth Form said, ‘We are extremely pleased to be able to celebrate so many success stories in the Sixth Form at Brighton College Al Ain this year in both our A-level and AS-level results. This year saw our largest cohort yet, sitting examinations across eighteen academically challenging subjects and, in a number of measures, producing our best set of A level examination results yet. Behind each set of results is a unique individual and as Head of Sixth form I have been privileged to bear witness to much of the hard work, academic struggle and perseverance which has paid off this year and allowed so many of our graduating pupils to pursue their passions and interests at university level and in the world of work. We are a small but tight-knit academic community and the continued academic success of our oldest pupils remains a source of great inspiration for the year groups below, not only because of the final grades they have received today but because each of the pupils who leave us do so as well-rounded, confident and globally-aware young men and women. Congratulations to each and every one of our A-level and AS-level recipients!’
Congratulations to all of our Year 11 pupils on their superb GCSE results.
In 2019, Brighton College Al Ain pupils have risen to the challenge of a more rigorous GCSE system and have worked tirelessly to reach their potential. The remarkable results achieved across a wide range of subjects reflects the pupils hard work and unwavering commitment.
Key Statistics 2019
The overall pass rate (A*- C) 9 – 4 was 97%.
39% of exams taken resulted in a top grades (A*) 9-8,
60% of entries resulted in grades (A*- A) 9-7
76% of entries resulted in (A*-B) 9-6
Outstanding GCSE achievers include:
Ruba El-Houni scored seven 9s, 1A* and 1A
Borbala Pal scored four 9s and 2 A*
Dania Al-Hashmi scored four 9s and 2 A*
Melis Cevik scored six 9s and 1A
Headmaster Dr Ken Greig said: ‘These results are our best ever at GCSE. I’m delighted that once again we have confirmation that the College is amongst the top tier of academic schools in the UAE. Many pupils achieved beyond our predictions, showing how much hard work they and their teachers put in, especially in the last months before the exams. Their results give them a really strong foundation for their A Level studies and beyond that, university. Congratulations to all our achievers!