PETALING JAYA, June 3 – Beaconhouse Sri Inai International School, one of the top institutions under the Beaconhouse Group known for its excellent education, has proudly announced the exceptional accomplishments of its students in the recent Cambridge IGCSE Examinations. The school has recognised four outstanding top achievers, who have brought great honour to the institution and the country with their remarkable results.
Among the high achievers, Jayden Choo has achieved the highest score globally in Additional Mathematics, while Lim Jo Dee has secured the top position worldwide in Information & Communication Technology. Jayden and Jo Dee’s exceptional achievements highlight their dedication and hard work. Jayden expressed his excitement, saying, “Achieving this success isn’t easy, but it’s possible with hard work and a goal-oriented mindset. I am grateful and ever indebted to the strong support and guidance from my family and teachers.”
Jo Dee also shared her excitement, “I am in disbelief to have secured a top position worldwide. It was not easy, but it is certainly worth it. I encourage everyone to believe in themselves because nothing is impossible.” Adding to the list of great achievements from students at Beaconhouse Sri Inai, Gan Louise and Prisha Aditi Palani have both earned High Achievement Awards in Foreign Language and French World Literature, respectively.
Their remarkable results demonstrate their commitment to excellence and the exceptional education provided by the Beaconhouse Group. Their perseverance, dedication, and commitment to learning have resulted in exceptional results, and we are delighted to recognise their outstanding achievements,” said the Regional Director of Beaconhouse South East Asia, Mr Basit Humayun. “We are certain that this is just the start of a promising future for them.
This is just the beginning for them, as we are proud to produce excellent students and lifelong learners. Beaconhouse Sri Inai International School’s commitment to providing a well-rounded education that nurtures intellectual curiosity and inspires students to achieve their full potential has further enhanced the school’s reputation as a leading educational institution. These achievements are a testament to the high-quality teaching and supportive learning environment at the school.
Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 16-year-olds, taken in over 150 countries and in more than 5000 schools around the world. More than 2200 universities in 90 countries formally recognise Cambridge qualifications, including all UK universities and over 850 in the United States.