Brighton College Al Ain pupils are celebrating record A Level results today thanks to their unwavering hard work and dedication to their studies, despite the challenging times of this year’s examination process, with the College’s pupils progressing to leading universities around the world.
Consistently included in the UAE’s best performing schools, Brighton College Al Ain’s overall pass rate for A Level results this year is 97%, with pupils achieving 18.2% A* grades, 42.4% A*-A grades and 74.2% A*-B grades.
Brighton College Al Ain pupils who achieved outstanding A Level grades this year include the following:
Misha Stewart : A*A*A* in English, Psychology and Art and Design
Muhammad Faisal: A*A*A in Physics, Economics and Maths
Natasha Branicki-Tolchard: A*AA in History, Politics and English
Sarah Johnson: A*A*B in English, Spanish and Mathematics
Head Master Dr Kenneth Greig commented: “I am incredibly proud of this year’s A Level students who have faced adversity, uncertainty and challenging times, and have shown that hard work and dedication pays off, having achieved the highest A Level results the College has seen in three years. These results reflect the growing academic maturity of the College, and the very high aspirations of our pupils and our staff. We wish the class of 2020 every success in their next steps.”
Head of Sixth Form at Brighton College Al Ain Mr Joe Hall said: "All of our 2020 graduates have worked incredibly hard over the past two years and I am extremely proud to be able to see the recognition of this on paper, and for them to have achieved a superb set of A level results. There is a great deal to celebrate and staff and parents will be extremely impressed with what they have received. Educational qualifications have always been much more than a recognition of performance in an examination and although this year was different, and there has inevitably been some confusion the way in which results have been awarded, our pupils should be just as proud of what they have achieved as those in any other previous years. Where we feel the final awarding has, in a few cases, not done justice to our pupils' achievements then the College will of course make that known to the examination boards. Well done to the class of 2020 and the very best of luck for the future".
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