An impressive 1 out of 3 of all A-Level candidates achieved all A*-A, whilst 61% of grades were A*-A and almost 90% of all grades received were A*-B.
Eleven pupils achieved straight A* grades in three or more of their subjects, with congratulations to Justin, Sophie, Glory, Jeromy, Kevin, Kathy, Emily, Douglass, Antoinette, Hoi Lam and Omiya for their outstanding achievements. 100% pupils received an A in Politics, 100% of grades were A*-B in Philosophy & Religious Studies, Art, Geography and Modern Foreign Languages. Whilst 100% of all music grades were A-B. 94% grades were A*-A in Further Mathematics.
Pupils have secured places at first choice universities around the world, with five pupils accepted to study at Cambridge; Nicole, Emily, Douglass, Elbert and Antoinette. Others are heading to equally prestigious destinations such as Imperial College, UCL, Bath and Edinburgh in the UK and Ivy leagues Dartmouth, University of Pennsylvania and Cornell in the US and HKU, closer to home.
Of particular mention are pupils; Amy who will attend world-class Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (our first pupil to gain entry to a conservatoire), Andrew, Vanessa and Glory will be studying Architecture at the prestigious Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL and our Head Boy and Girl received a combined 8 A*-A grades with Daniel going to Bristol and Sophie to Dartmouth.
Additionally, our outstanding AS-level results for Year 12 pupils saw almost 60% A grades (A* is not awarded as AS-Level), and 80% A-B grades. 41% of pupils achieved straight As.
“The Harrow Hong Kong family sends its warmest congratulations to our pupils for their outstanding A-level achievements,” said Head, Ms Ann Haydon. “These are a reflection not only of their hard work and dedication, but they are also a testament to the commitment and guidance of our teaching staff who regularly go above and beyond to support, encourage and help bring out the best in our pupils.
“We are very proud of them all, not only for the commitment they have shown during their studies, but also for their contributions to the Harrow Hong Kong community where they have demonstrated true Harrovian qualities and will move on to the next phases of their lives as well-rounded leaders, collaborators and problem-solvers ready to make a positive difference in whichever fields they choose.”