Another excellent year for Mill Hill International, as it celebrates its GCSE results of 2023.
Pupils at Mill Hill International have received today their GCSE and IGCSE examination results for the class of 2023. This year seeing the national return to pre-pandemic grading standards, we are delighted to report that the 2023 cohort has greatly exceeded the 2019 results, already a record year for Mill Hill International, with 51.7% of all grades at 9-7 (A*/A) and 73.6% grades at 9-6 (A*-B).
|A*-A / 9-7||43.1||51.7|
|A*-B / 9-6||63.5||73.6|
|A*-C / 9-4||90.5||94.8|
Given that education across the globe has been affected by the pandemic these last few years, it is heartening to see that pupils at Mill Hill International have proved that they have risen to the challenge through hard work and a can-do attitude.
Head, Ms Sarah Bellotti:
“I am so proud of the School’s results this year which show that we continue to improve year on year, an impressive trajectory which reflects the hard work of our pupils, their teachers and supportive parents. While we are ambitious in our academic goals, we also know that for our pupils to learn they need to be confident and happy individuals. Our targeted pastoral support, alongside a varied co-curricular programme which includes entrance in a variety of competitions at local, national and international level, stimulates pupil engagement with their learning while teachers continue to support our pupils every step of the way.
Mill Hill International pupils’ success is particularly impressive given the exacting demands of the One Year intensive GCSE course where many of our pupils complete the course in less than half the time of a traditional two-year course.
We wish our outgoing pupils all the very best as they move on to their further education. Some of the Year 11 pupils will be joining Mill Hill School to start their A level courses in September while a number have been offered places in other leading independent schools such as Caterham School, Cheltenham College, City of London School, Epsom College, Stephen Perse Sixth Form, King’s College Mathematics School and Gordonstoun School.”