The founding students of St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) have recorded another set of sterling academic results by securing outstanding scores in the recent Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations.
Overall, 22% of the grades achieved were graded at A*, an outstanding achievement, while 53% were graded at A*- A which is significantly higher than the World IGCSE Examination Result Average of 49% in 2017. Meanwhile, 78% of the grades achieved were graded A*- B and an impressive 93% were graded at A* – C, a distant better than the World IGCSE Result Average of 83% in 2017. There were also loud cheers in the High School as well when it was revealed that 94% of our students who sat for the IGCSE examinations achieved a minimum 5A* – C grade for all their subject papers which assures the student’s further education pathways for the future.
SJIIM’s next academic year begins on 27 August 2018 with places still available for selected year groups. For more information about our school, please refer to sji-international.edu.my
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