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BSK students achieve outstanding marks in Cambridge Board examinations
December 16, 2017, 2:55 pm

Cambridge Assessment International Education recognizes the highest achievement in their examinations world-wide through their Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards. Following their June 2017 GCSE and IGCSE examinations, three students from The British School of Kuwait (BSK) stood out head and shoulders above other candidates.

Omar Almutoteh and Karim Elmasry (currently in Year 12) were joined by Principal,  Paul Shropshire, Higher Phase Head Teacher, Emma Bowie and Subject Component Coordinators for Economics and Geography, Miss Suzanne Davey and Paul Kemp respectively. Omar achieved the highest mark in Kuwait in IGCSE Economics, whilst Karim achieved the highest mark in Kuwait in IGCSE Geography. Both boys were visibly proud and delighted that their hard work had reaped such rewards, boding well for their academic studies in the Sixth Form and beyond.

Recognised for High Achievement in A Level Computer Science, Alexander White, Head Student of 2016-17, was unable to join in the celebrations as he is currently studying Computer Science and Mathematics at Durham University, UK. However, his success in Computer Science was a significant factor in gaining a place at one of the UK’s top universities.

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