Kinabalu International School shines in IGCSE, A Level exams | Daily Express Online

Kinabalu International School was extremely proud to announce another excellent set of results for its Year 11 and Year 13 cohorts who sat their IGCSE and A Level exams in May and June.


Announcing the best set of results since the A-level program began at KIS nine years ago, said director Dr Ian Gross, who added that 70% of students achieved A*/A grades, 86 % got A*/B and 95% got A* to C classes.

There was a 100pc pass rate at IGCSE and A level.

In the IGCSE exams, 92% of students achieved top grades from A* to C, with 63% achieving A* or A, another improvement on last year’s results.


“With excellent results, many students stay at KIS to take A-level courses in a wide range of subjects,” Dr. Gross said.

He thanked all the staff for this achievement and thanked the students for their hard work during the previous difficult two years of study.

“The 2022 IGCSE and A Level cohorts will be remembered for their resilience and determination to succeed despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic where learning was disrupted and the community had to adapt to many changes. .

“They’ve shown great resilience and dedication to get here, and I’m proud of everyone’s accomplishments. We wish them more success as they move forward into new opportunities and experiences, and I’m confident they have the skills, knowledge and courage to succeed in each of their choices.

He said KIS is proud that its recent graduates have been accepted to study a range of graduate-level courses at top universities around the world, including Imperial College London, University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, the University of London Institute in Paris, University of the West of England, Bristol and Stanford University in the United States. Students will study a range of subjects including international politics, political science, business law, business management, biomedical engineering, psychology, aerospace engineering, English literature and language, and robotics.


Dr. Gross said that KIS proudly celebrates the outstanding success of its “A Achievers” who achieved A/A* in all their subjects at IGCSE level: there were Yanjing Liu, Jia Min Tay, Benedict Wong, Clement Choo and Dylan Mansul.

Meanwhile, in A-level, six students achieved A-score with Korean Sang Hun Woo reaching the top of KIS honor roll, achieving excellent results, with A* in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and biology.